BRENNA TUATS TOUR 2012
Hubert von Goisern: Brenna Tuats - The Tour Film
ServusTV exclusively accompanies Hubert von Goisern on his "Brenna Tuats Tour 2012"
Hubert von Goisern: Brenna tuats - the tour film
The protest anthem Brenna tuats guat released in the autumn of 2011 catapulted Hubert von Goisern overnight to number one in the Austrian charts and a real Goisern-mania erupted. In 2012 the musician toured with more than 100 concerts between Graz, Hamburg, Zurich and Bolzano. The film of the tour exclusively accompanies Hubert and his band from the first rehearsals at the studio at home to the final concert in Bad Ischl.
Hubert von Goisern: Brenna tuats
Part 1 of the tour film accompanies Hubert von Goisern and his band from the first rehearsals in the studio at home to various concert stages on the tour.
Part 2 of the film accompanies HvG to his concerts in cities including Salzburg, Cologne, Vienna and the race course at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.
Hubert von Goisern in Spielberg
Hubert von Goisern turns the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg into a fortress of alpine rock with the hits of his current album Entwederundoder and classics from the last 20 years. As part of the "Musikrausch – Der Konzertsommer" series, ServusTV will be showing the artist on top form on his Brenna Tuats Tour 2012 – recorded in front of thousands of fans at the racetrack on 14th July 2012.
Music Film Festival at the Vienna Rathausplatz: Brenna tuats - Hubert von Goisern in Spielberg
Dates: 11th July 2013 at 21:30 and 28th August 2013 at 21:00
Free admission; film begins at dusk
On the box: Hubert on tour
Hubert's excited. A bit nervous even. "Linz is always something special", Hubert von Goisern reveals before the home game in his Upper Austrian homeland. ServusTV is accompanying the 59-year-old on his current concert tour with a camera team: from the celebrated tour start in Zurich, the first Austrian concerts in Graz and Linz to the Goiserer's language barrier-breaking shows in the former East Germany. As a woman in the audience in Dresden says: "No, I don't understand him, but I can't speak English either and I still like Chris de Burgh."
Whether on the endless night trips on the tour bus, the band rituals right before the shows (shot of grappa and primal screams) or the childish rehearsal room tomfoolery, Brenna tuats. Der Film zur Tour is always right there, but never intrusive. The documentary being shown as part of the Musikrausch – Der Konzertsommer series gives an extremely interesting view of the life and soul of an exceptional musician, without in indulging in voyeurism. Compliment!
Not to be missed: On 26th July ServusTV will be showing the second part of the tour film. Compulsory viewing!