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Marianne Rosenberg: Diva – Im Namen der Liebe (Diva – In the Name of Love)The 2022 Tour

Marianne Rosenberg in a feather cape in front of a mirror. In the background stage fog and a disco ball.
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Wherever Marianne Rosenberg performs, sparks fly, eyes light up, stomachs tingle, hearts beat faster and no foot can remain still. In difficult times, there are some things that we need more than ever: love, music and strong women who give us immortal hits.

Wherever Marianne Rosenberg performs, sparks fly, eyes light up, stomachs tingle, hearts beat faster and no foot can remain still. In difficult times, there are some things that we need more than ever: love, music and strong women who give us immortal hits.

Marianne Rosenberg takes a bow to great women on her new album “Diva”; an exciting reinterpretation and musical homage to great pop divas who have decisively influenced music history. Names like Diana Ross, Gloria Gaynor, Grace Jones and many more who have walked alongside and inspired us all, but especially Marianne Rosenberg.

 

Pop and schlager icon Marianne Rosenberg’s remarkable career was kick-started when, as a young girl, she took part in a talent competition. Five decades have passed since her first LP “Fremder Mann”. Over the years, her hits – including “Er gehört zu mir” and “Marleen” – have become part of the anthology of German-language songs and left their indelible mark on Germany’s music history. From September 2022, you can experience the great singer live.

 

In the 1970s, the then teen-aged star Marianne Rosenberg was celebrated as Germany’s most successful pop artist. Having racked up numerous distinctions, awards, chart hits and musical highlights over the past half century, Marianne Rosenberg can look back proudly on a remarkable career. But preferring to look ahead than back, she is kicking off her anniversary year with a new album and a tour by the same name.