New single released and on TV
We would also like to inform you about our next appearances on TV:
This morning, very early, Max Raabee & Palast Orchester were in the breakfast show of SAT, to be seen in retrospect here: Mediathek.
On Saturday April 20, Max Raabe will be in NDR DAS!, a program that combines general information with interesting talks and in this case two songs that Max will perform with Ian Wekwerth at the piano.
On April 29 we are looking forward to being guests of our old friends Joko & Klaas in “Circus Halli Galli”. To be watched at 22:15h on Pro7 or afterwards on the web under www.myvideo.de.
New video to the single "Little Lies"
You can now view the video to our new single "Kleine Lügen" (Little Lies) on our website. Click here to see how Herr Grün, the frog, is saved by Max Raabe!
Max Raabe and "Little Lies" on stern.de
New single, new video
On April 19 the newest newest single from the album „Für Frauen ist das kein Problem“ will be released on all digital platforms: "Kleine Lügen" (little lies).
In close cooperation with Annette Humpe, Achim Hagemann has added a remix to the original version. Furthermore, a thrilling video has been produced in Edgar Wallace-style. The art director was Daniel Lwowski who also made the cute video to „Küssen kann man nicht alleine“ (One Cannot Kiss Alone), featuring the frog Herr Grün (Mr. Green).
Main actors in the new movie are – apart from Herr Grün and Max Raabe - a few evildoers from the ranks of the Palast Orchester. A making-of video of the filming can be seen in our gallery, photos are posted on facebook. The premiere of the video will be on Thursday, March 28, on www.stern.de.
Film-music by Rainer Fox
In commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the "Reichstagsbrand" (Reichstag fire, a historic event that the Nazis used as false pretense to extend their power) ARD is showing the new film "Nacht über Berlin" (Night Over Berlin) on Wednesday, February 20, at 20:15.
Our baritone saxophonist Rainer Fox wrote music and lyrics to seven songs that in the movie are played by the Palast Orchestra and sung by the actors Anna Loos and Jürgen Tarrach.
Three of these songs you can view as video on our website. Click here