Sarah Connor starts her tour “Herz Kraft Werke” with great anticipation. She missed one thing in particular during the forced break caused by the pandemic.
Bremen. After a forced break due to corona, singer Sarah Connor (41) is happy to be able to perform in front of her fans again. “I’m in a happy bubble,” said the pop musician of the German Press Agency before her concert in Bremen on Saturday evening. “Finally my stage floor under my feet again and live music in my ears. My band and crew around me, no time for bad news. My soul breathes a sigh of relief.” The “Herz Kraft Werke” tour of the Delmenhorst-born singer started this week. The most important thing for her is to finally play for real people again. “What defines us as humans and differentiates us from computers is that we can feel and resonate with one another,” she said. “We haven’t had that for so long. It’s pure love.”
According to the successful artist, she still struggles with excitement at every performance. “I think every time I die, stage fright is so bad at the beginning of a concert.” But with the voices of the fans and the first notes of the music, that quickly disappears. “This is the high of my life. And I’m really looking forward to it, because I was in withdrawal for a long time. ”The nationwide tour was postponed from last year to 2022.
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