He is the Eternal Master Modern Speech – and that's right! Probably no one can immediately think of the German cult duet called Thomas Anders, whom he and producer Dieter Bohlen thanked for without music career. The portrait on this Saturday night follows the story of the success of Thomas Anders, especially watching people behind the stage and talking less well-known stories from his life.
Thomas Anders and Dieter Bohlen have announced, starting with "You are my heart, you are my soul in 1985, five consecutive hits number 1, sold more than 125 million records in their time together and appeared for three days in a few days TV shows in three different European countries, which were the first western musicians to play concerts in Russia during the Cold War in 1985 with the permission of Mikhail Gorbachev.
The long dark hair of Thomas Anders was forgotten, which had to be berated for sunbathing and sophistication of a music magazine like "sunflower Sangesschwuchtel". He and Dieter Bohlen, who almost exclusively sponsored the shootings in the public, reliably delivered tabloids with bizarre stories from private life. It was known that Nora, the first woman, Thomas Anders, who literally threw it on her neck with her huge gold chain. But after only two years, and a successful duo breaks down. Anders and Bohlen are basically different in character. There were too many personal differences and insults with which they both interacted with each other.
After a reunion in the '90s, even more successful than a shared career in the 80s, the duo is divided five years later – and forever forever. He became silent about Thomas Anders, whose real name was Bernd Weidung, and had already had his first recording contract at the age of fifteen. After leaving Modern Talking, Anders first went to the United States but could not build his previous hits with his music. Only his decision to sing in German and to switch to a genre of hits returns him back to his old achievements. Parcel, today at 22:50 in MDR is not just a personal portrait of a great singer and legendary cult band Modern Talking, but part of a very exciting German music history.