Following the success of the Legend Concert series, IB Group continues to take the two legendary Bad Boys Blue and Sandra to the audiences in the capital. Like Kenny G, Boney M & Chris Norman ex Smokie and Modern Talking live shows, this Sandra and Bad Boys Blue live in concert is promised to be extremely impressive, opening the 2017 international music festival season.

Mr. Nguyen Thuy Duong, Production Director of the Legend Concert Series said, “I am a music producer and also a 70s music lover, so I deeply understand my audiences. The Legend Concert series will bring unforgettable emotions, helping our audiences back to their youthful nostalgia. Vietnamese music lovers will continue to experience a lively atmosphere and relive old memories with the world-class art standard. With more than 1 year of preparation, we will definitely satisfy their expectations”.

The audiences’ youthful memories will be “revived” again through familiar lively euro disco tunes. The songs used to drive the 70s and 80s generations “crazy” will return through the voice of the two music legends Bad Boys Blue and Sandra. Again, Hanoi audiences will have another opportunity to directly see the world music legends on the capital stage.

Sandra Ann Lauer – queen of pop with vibrant disco tunes

Sandra Ann Lauer was born in Saarbrücken, Germany. She is the daughter of a French and a Germany and possesses a fragile and feminine beauty, with an extremely attractive face. Sandra showed her passion for music and dance at an early age. She started learning ballet dancing at the age of 5 and learned guitar at 10. When she was 13, Sandra released her debut song named Andy mein Freund, a children’s song about a puppy.

Being familiar with art since childhood, Sandar joined the band Arabesque at 17 and became the band’s lead singer. Here, she met Michael Cretu – the organist and also her husband later.

Sandra’s career has really flourished since she engaged to Michael and moved to Munich  to start her solo career. The song (I’ll Never BeMaria Magdalena repeatedly topped the rankings in 21 countries. Her debut album The Long Play is in number 12 in the ranking at her homeland. Her next albums, containing the songs like Everlasting Love, Hiroshima, In The Heat of The Night, Little Girl, Midnight Man, Heaven Can Wait and so on  were well-known throughout the world, being part of unforgettable memories of Vietnamese audiences in the ‘80s and ‘90s of last century.

Not only seducing the audiences with lively tunes but the German pop singer also attracted the 60s and 70s young people by a liberal, strong but also sweet performing style. So far, the music of the “beautiful girl loved by ten thousand of men” has been welcomed around the world with global tours. Sandra is Germany’s most successful pop female singer with more than 33 million records sold worldwide.

Bad Boys Blue – Favorite Euro Disco Group

Bad Boys Blue, formed in 1984 in Cologne, West Germany, is the popular German pop and disco band from the 80s of the 20thcentury with a series of successful and well-known songs in the world like You’re A Woman, I Wanna Hear Your Heartbeat (Sunday Girl), Pretty young girl, Come Back And Stay, Blue Moon, Lady in Black and many more.

Despite being founded and performing mainly in Germany, it is an international group with the founding members namely John McInerney (British), Trevor Taylor (lead singer, Jamaican) and Andrew Thomas (American).

Undergoing many changes, John McInerney has so far performed all the most popular songs of the group with Bad Boys Blue around the world.

Bad Boys Blue’s music has Euro Disco tunes with lively, inspiring and attracting melodies. The group’s most successful song named You’re A Woman is evaluated by the experts as the typical one of Euro Disco movement in general and Euro Dance in Western Europe in particular in the 80s of the 20th century.

Legend Concert will mark the opening of the year’s international music festival season with “Bad Boys Blue & Sandra Live Concert” on March 11, 2017, 20:00 at the National Convention Center, My Dinh, Hanoi.