He has been performing on German stages since April 1, 1981. So it's high time for an anniversary program. He performs his personal favorite numbers from his previous 7 solo programs and classics such as the legendary Elektro-Man or the Wonderbrett. Roberto Capitoni - that's lively stand-up physical-visual comedy in 4D: see, hear, feel, laugh!
His not entirely serious biography, which has been published as a book, provides the framework for his anniversary program. Because one thing is clear, Roberto without music? Unthinkable! About his first musical encounters with his sister's Beatles singles, in the afternoons after kindergarten, at his parents' music chest. About the moon landing in 1969 on the black and white TV, to the next stage in music through his brother on his tape recorder, to the Beatles' red and blue albums and the first Otto Waalkes record in 1972.
He experienced the historic boxing match between Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali live in the middle of the night and Rumble in the Jungle, George Foreman vs. Muhammad Ali, is considered by many to be the "greatest boxing match of all time".
Shortly after winning the 1974 World Cup, he caught Bay City Rollers fever, which peaked with bell bottoms and platform shoes with The Sweet, The Slade and T-Rex. How he discovered punk during his time at secondary school and introduced the pogo dance at the Go-In youth center in his hometown of Isny in the Allgäu, which he had brought back from a trip to London with his friends as a 17-year-old punk in 1979.
Learn all about his more or less successful career as a drummer. Accompany Roberto during his time as a stagehand with Queen, AC/DC, Elton John and listen to his backstage stories of many world stars. Experience first-hand the story of how he finally became a comedian after attending a punk concert in Stuttgart at the end of 1980.