POSTPONED: Rhonda / Made in Hamburg
The concert has been rescheduled for 19 May 2019
Please note: This concert has been cancelled and rescheduled for 19 May 2020. Tickets retain their validity, however can also be refunded at the ticket shops where they were purchased. Go to the replacement concert
It's a fair bet that no one has combined Hanseatic reserve with 60s Detroit soul as coolly as Milo Milone and her band Rhonda do. When Jan Fabricius starts to groove on the bass, Offer Stock makes the Hammond organ sing and Ben Schadow's guitar twangs like in the old days, you feel transported back to the heyday of American soul. With a good dose of punk attitude in their songs, the quintet gives regular reminders of its Hanseatic roots and pulls off the classic Hamburg balancing act of fitting in perfectly both in a low dive and in a glamorous setting. And even if singer Milo Milone has since relocated to Los Angeles, where she is close to musical influences like Diana Ross and Sam Cooke, Rhonda remains unequivocally »Made in Hamburg«.
The pop metropolis of Hamburg can look back at a proud tradition. The »Made in Hamburg« series prefers to look to the future and invites some of the scene’s most exciting representatives to the Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall.
Milo Milone vocals
Ben Schadow guitar
Jan Fabricius bass
Offer Stock keyboard
Gunnar Riedel drums
Supported by the Haspa Musik Stiftung
In collaboration with RockCity