Hafenrock Emil Bulls Dark Age Bon Scott 5th Avenue Châlice Idgy Vivie Ann Die Toten Ärzte Maggers United The Pleasures Suizide Queenz Yonks Restless Chevydevils The Rubber Chukks The Coast Guards

Jan Termath
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Pia Krah
Redakteurin


09.05.2014 bis 11.05.2014


Hafenrock

|| Emil Bulls || Dark Age || Bon Scott || 5th Avenue || Châlice || Idgy || Vivie Ann || Die Toten Ärzte || Maggers United || The Pleasures || Suizide Queenz || Yonks || Restless || Chevydevils || The Rubber Chukks || The Coast Guards ||

Hafen, Hamburg

It is the first day of the 825th birthday of the harbour of Hamburg, and the first visitors arrived round the midday time. The weather was Hamburg-like with a low breezy and grey sky accompanied with some rain drops. But this won’t discourage anybody to rock the next three days on the Hafen Rock on the terrain of the famous fish market right next to the harbour. The Shanty choir WINDROSE opened the Astra Hafen Rock Stage traditionally like the years before. The Hafen Rock took place for the 21st time and already at the early hour on Friday afternoon, some visitors found their way to the stages. Today, on day one, „Cover bands from Hamburg“ are on the schedule. Almost every band got cover songs with them, so it is a good entry for the beginning.

At 2pm, the first band entered the stage – YONKS, a trio from Hamburg, consisting of singer and guitar player Richie, another singer and on the bass guitar Frank and Dixie on the drums. The band is existing for four years already. The guys covered some popular rock and pop songs from different artists, like ‘Lady Marmalade’ and ‘Umbrella’ or ‘Killing in the name of’, mixed with some own rock sounds. Because of the fact that they were the very first real band and a storm started, the audience was only a little group, mostly consisting of a little fan block of YONKS. Nonetheless, the guys had much fun, especially Dixie. After one hour, the concert was already over. The crowd shouted for some encore, but sadly the time was over for YONKS.

A few minutes later, SUIZIDE QUEENZ were ready to play some songs. The crowd was still a very little heap, and so Eve Elektrique (vocals and guitars) had the idea to do some stage diving. The only good thing on the weather change was that the storm was gone and now it only rained for a bit. But with the time and ongoing day, more and more people joined the terrain to watch the show. SUIZIDE QUEENZ are also a young band from Hamburg. Next to Eve Elektrique, Andy ...

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