Now finally live and open air again: the music of the 30s!
Swing music is a true soul warmer even in these times. In the 1930s it was the music of the Great Depression in the USA. Desperate people listened to it because it gave hope. And so Andrej Hermlin and his fellow musicians decided to stream a live concert from his house for half an hour every evening at 7 pm starting off with the Corona shutdown. In changing small formations, with friends, with musicians who love Benny Goodman, or Basie, or Miller, or Lunceford. Now finally The Swingin' Hermlins are allowed to play live in front of an audience again and continue the concerts open air at the Globe Berlin. The first half hour will continue to be broadcast on the internet to let the whole world take part.