Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Dieter Bohlen – Modern Talking – concert in Poland 2024 – date, tickets, prices

ModernTalking (check!) is one of the most famous European bands of the 1980s. They released many hits, including the most important ones: “You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul”, “Brother Louie”, “Cheri Cheri Lady” Whether “You Can Win If You Want”.

On December 2, 2024, the founder of the band and author of hits Dieter Bohlen will come to Warsaw to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the legendary band.

Modern Talking was a band that reigned supreme on disco dance floors in the 1980s, and their hits topped the charts. Co-founder of the group Thomas Anders was known for his very characteristic high voice, which was largely thanks to this that the band became famous. However, behind this success there was something more than interesting vocals – equally important were the iconic lyrics created by vocalist and guitarist Dieter Bohlen.

During his many years of career, Bohlen also cooperated with, among others, With Engelbert Humperdinck, Bonnie Tyler or group Smokie.

During the concert, there will be music beloved by Poles, as well as anecdotes about the creation of hits. “My fans have been with me throughout my career, so it’s obvious that the band and I will do everything to experience an unforgettable evening with them,” says the artist, who is already looking forward to meeting the Polish audience.

Ticket pre-sale will start on Thursday, March 21 at 10:00 on the organizer’s website, Winiary Bookings. Tickets will be available from PLN 189.

Dieter Bohlen is a German musician, composer, singer and music producer, known primarily as the founder of the Modern Talking group. He celebrated his 70th birthday on February 7, 2024.

Bohlen is the author of all the most famous hits that won the hearts of listeners all over Europe. Songs like this “You’re My Heart, You’re My Soul”, “Atlantis Is Calling (SOS For Love)”, “You Can Win If You Want” and “Cheri Cheri Lady” thanks to the Internet, they gained a second life, and the immortal “jo ma ha, jo ma so” can easily be considered the most recognizable line of the band in our country.

In the 1980s, the men from Modern Talking were considered style icons – the long hair of both musicians, tight pants, cotton jackets and skimpy T-shirts created a perfect effect. Bohlen almost always appeared in a tracksuit advertising a famous clothing company. He had a disarming smile and played the guitar with commitment.

In 1987, the group suspended its activities for 11 years. Both men started their solo careers. Dieter set up a makeshift studio at home, where he could develop as a producer and also take care of the band he founded while Modern Talking. Blue System.

In 1998, the cult band was reactivated. Times were different, so there were serious changes in the band itself. The band moved away from colorful clothes and opted for black pants, shirts and leather coats. The group’s music has also evolved. The late 1990s saw the dominance of eurodance. So Modern Talking had to adapt.

After another six albums, the gentlemen broke up again in 2003, this time permanently. The reason was misunderstandings and difficulties in communicating. When in 2003 Bohlen went on tour with the finalists of the talent show of which he was a juror, Anders performed on stages in America with the Modern Talking repertoire. Bohlen, of course, began to demand the benefits of performing under the band’s banner, which caused misunderstandings. On June 21, 2003, the group played a farewell concert in Berlin.

After the final disbandment of Modern Talking, Dieter Bohlen took up composing and producing songs. He also sat on the jury of the popular talent show – the German edition of “Got Talent”. In 2006, RTL television decided to broadcast a cartoon based on Dieter’s biography titled “Dieter – Der Film”.

Dieter Bohlen was married three times. He divorced his second wife, Verona Pooth, after only a month (1996). In turn, his third wife Estefania Kuester (2001-2006) was 25 years younger than him. Since 2006, he has been in a relationship with Fatma Carina Walz, with whom he has two children. In total, Dieter Bohlen had six children.