Dieter Bohlen and Moving Heroes’ recent concert at St. Petersburg Oktyabrsky Grand Concert Hall was delivered to a sold-out crowd
This show saw Moving Heroes present their ten best songs, once again demonstrating that they are very independent in their sound and, as has become a habit for them, performing with inimitable energy and drive.
One of the highlights was an unexpected acoustic cover of Aerosmith’s song “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing.”
“Aerosmith is one of our favorite groups,” explain Elan and Jenier. “It so happens that Dieter didn’t know that we were going to sing that song in particular. We’re very happy that we were able to surprise the audience and him as well. He decided that next time he’ll sing one of his songs with just a guitar. Dieter worked very well with our musicians, who played his setlist as well.”
It’s not surprising that Moving Heroes received an enormous amount of bouquets and toys from the grateful crowd, and by the time the maestro went out on stage a significant part of it was covered in them.
It’s important to note that Dieter Bohlen performed 15 songs and was onstage in high spirits, impressing the audience with his physical stamina and infectious energy.
The concert’s climax came when Dieter Bohlen and Moving Heroes performed Modern Talking’s three biggest hits.
“You’ll now hear some songs that are very important to me,” Dieter began. “I don’t know where Thomas is right now… But today the beautiful and amazing girls from Moving Heroes will help me sing them.”
And they proceeded to perform “You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul,” the group’s first hit song that launched Bohlen’s career, “Brother Louie”, which reached the top of the charts in England, and Modern Talking’s last hit, “TV Makes the Superstar.”
The concert was advertised as the only one they’ll be doing in Russia. Will we see it repeated in Moscow?