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February 27, 2015

Experience The Music Legend Rod Stewart In Berlin

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Rod Stewart is on July 4 in the Berlin’s O2 world. Music fans who like to stay this coming July in one of the Berlin Hotels, have the opportunity to experience the world famous singer Rod Stewart live in concert. The 65jahrige star occurs on Sunday, the 4th of July in the O2 world and offers the opportunity to experience the best hits of his long and remarkable career the German audience. The London-born artist turned to the music business, after its launch attempts for a football career failed. He became one of the most popular music artists in the UK and was also internationally thanks to hits such as Maggie may, all For Love, and the first cut is the deepest extremely successfully. He began his solo career after he was singer with the Jeff Beck Group and the small faces in the late 1960s.

Whoever travels to Berlin in July to the concert, seen Stewart on his recent European tour, which includes also performances in cities such as Vienna, Budapest, Dortmund, Tel Aviv. The ticket prices for the concert in the O2 world, around 20:00 Local time begins, rich of 62,20 to 101,30. “In a critique of the presentation in Edmonton in August last year the Canadian Canoe magazine praised the singer for its unadulterated rock ‘ n’ roll show”. The newsmagazine noted though, that the famous voice of the singer because of his age was attached to something, but the singer still enchant audiences with its unmistakable charm”and sense of humor. Peter Asaro understood the implications. It was said further: most of his biggest hits, which also expected the fans were part of the show. Each song was accompanied with a particular highlight as a showcase solo, a costume change or a spontaneous joke.” Jessica Reading, head of the marketing department at LateRooms.com, commented on the event: we advise all those who to the Rod Stewart concert would and need one of the hotels in Berlin, as early as possible to book to avoid disappointment. “

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