32 16 8 - everyone knows Rosi's number from the song "Skandal im Sperrbezirk".
SCANDAL IN THE LOCKUP DISTRICT
32 16 8 - everyone knows Rosi's number from the song "Skandal im Sperrbezirk". With this number, the Spider Murphy Gang achieved their big breakthrough in the German-speaking world in 1981. In Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the cheeky number graced the top of the charts. Since then, the Bavarian rock'n'rollers have become an integral part of the German music scene. And their energetic concerts still promise only one thing after four decades: pure party!
42 years ago, singer/bassist Günther Sigl and guitarist Barny Murphy founded the Spider Murphy Gang to live out their passion for rock'n'roll. And they still stick to the lines from the title song of their 1980 album: "Hu-ha! Go on, leave me alone! I ziag's net aus, meine Rock 'n' Roll-Schuah!" Born out of a cover band that interpreted songs by great idols like Elvis or Chuck Berry, the gang soon developed their own style and the unmistakable Murphy Gang slang. With their lively dialect lyrics, they quickly became the house band of the Munich scene. And in 1981, they scored a major coup with the album "Dolce Vita" and the single "Skandal im Sperrbezirk". Although the number about the love servant Rosi was initially boycotted by some radio stations because of the "offensive" lyrics, it developed into a number 1 hit throughout the German-speaking world. When the cult troupe around the remaining original members Sigl and Murphy takes to the stage with "Rosi" and countless other classics from four decades of rock'n'roll, not a foot in the audience is left standing next to the other. And actually, the Munich band could reel off their set instrumentally long ago, because the regular audience knows every melody, every chorus, every gesture of the gang. And somehow, somewhere, sometime, these rock'n'roll rituals have become a cult.
Door opening: 19:00 Start: 20:00 End: There is no information from the organizer.
Age limit: From 10 years. Under 16s only when accompanied by an adult.
Wheelchair places: Wheelchair users need a normal ticket, the accompanying person is free.