Where are Die Toten Hosen from?

Where are Die Toten Hosen from?

Düsseldorf, GermanyDie Toten Hosen / Origin

What does Die Toten Hosen?

During their anniversary tour, Die Toten Hosen – literally meaning The Dead Pants, but German slang for “boring” or “nothing going on” – are showing off their love of unusual concert venues.

Why is Die Toten Hosen famous?

Die Toten Hosen (DTH) are one of Germanys most successful and famous bands. With more than 23 albums published, the rock and punk rock formation can look back on more than 30 years of band history.

What is Die Toten Hosen most famous song?

If there’s ever been a song that burns itself into people’s minds, it’s “Days like these” by the punk rock band Die Toten Hosen, one of the few German bands popular outside the German-speaking world.

How did die Toten Hosen become so popular?

Since forming in 1982, Die Toten Hosen have become the most successful German punk band. The band released their debut album, Opel-Gang, in 1983.

What is Freunde by Die Toten Hosen?

“Freunde” ( Friends) is a song by Die Toten Hosen. It’s the fourth single and the twelfth track from the album Zurück zum Glück . The song is a hymn and an ode to friendship overall. The music video was directed by Sven Bollinger. It shows the band walking to an empty office building, where they then perform the song.

Who are the current members of Die Toten Hosen?

The current members of Die Toten Hosen are Campino (Andreas Frege), Kuddel (Andreas von Holst), Vom (Stephen Ritchie), Andi (Andreas Meurer) and Breiti (Michael Breitkopf). All members except one are German, though Campino’s mother, Jenny, was English. The drummer Vom comes from England.

How many people are buried in Die Toten Hosen?

Die Toten Hosen have reserved space for 17 people at Düsseldorf’s Südfriedhof cemetery, where they wish to be buried after death. ^ “30 years of punk history: Die Toten Hosen”. DW. 13 April 2012. Retrieved 22 June 2012. ^ Andrea Berzen interview on dietotenhosen.de.