"Sing My Song" - Round Six: On Metallic Paths

The sixth "barter concert" evening confronts the candidates with a genre that most only know from hearsay: metal! Before Floor Jansen's eyes, many a supposedly deadlocked artist image turns out to be a musical surprise egg.

"Sing My Song" - Round Six: On Metallic Paths

The sixth "barter concert" evening confronts the candidates with a genre that most only know from hearsay: metal! Before Floor Jansen's eyes, many a supposedly deadlocked artist image turns out to be a musical surprise egg.

Metal queen, self-made woman, season mom: Nightwish frontwoman Floor Jansen is quite out of the ordinary in South Africa among the local German pop spearheads. But there can be no question of a foreign body existence, because since the beginning of the season all candidates have locked the tall exceptional phenomenon with the distinctive voice color in their hearts: "You bring a completely different color in here, that's inspiring and fascinating !", host Johannes Oerding ennobles the experienced singer.

This time you don't want to bother with too long prefaces. After the emotional and musically often melancholic evenings before, this time it should be a bit more robust and powerful. Floor, presenting herself as a moss-green Bibo-Fee, is also "quite excited".

"Lotte, how's it going?" asks Oerding. Shortly thereafter, the native of Ravensburg is already on stage and transforms the uptempo rocker "Noise" into a radio-ready dancefloor pop number. A start has been made. Now it's time to turn the clock around a bit. Clueso and Kelvin Jones are breaking new ground. While the former peels out of his comfort zone with a stirring mix of pop, rock, alternative, grunge and crossover ("Sleeping Sun"), Kelvin Jones follows the urban call of the blues. With a short "Dream big" speech, grooving Afro vibes and a lasting B.B. King commemorative guitar solo, the Berliner-by-choice with the towering hairstyle will draw astonished looks and pricked ears ("Storytime"): "It's great that I'm there was!", Clueso pays homage to the moment.

The moments in which the energetic original stretches and stretches to face the here and now in a completely new outfit also visibly take the creator with her. After Elif's impressive high-low gala ("Fire") and the obligatory five-minute drama from Oerding ("While Love Died"), Floor can't hold back her tears any longer. "I'm so surprised and happy," rejoices the singer, who caused a sensation as a musical star when she was still at school.

Once bullied as a child, Floor Jansen found support and strength in music: "After my first musical performance at school, all the bullies were suddenly quiet," remembers the native Dutch, who now lives on a farm near Gothenburg. Together with her husband, Sabaton drummer Hannes Van Dahl, and their five-year-old daughter Freja, Floor Jansen enjoys nature and the quiet life away from the stress of touring. But she can't and doesn't want to do without the latter: "I'm a musician through and through. I love traveling and the moments with our fans all over the world," explains Floor with shining eyes.

Vincent Stein and Alexis Kopplin are also happy to be on the road a lot. The two heads of the SDP have the honor of crowning the evening with a final highlight under the sign of the french fork. The duo from Berlin doesn't disappoint either. With a wild mixture of metal, German pop and a martial medieval vibe, Alexis and Vincent ignite the last rowdy rocket of the evening ("Amaranth"). The whirled dust settles. The glasses and bottles are all empty now. This time the "Song of the Evening" protea is moving to Berlin (SDP). "Floor, how was the evening for you?" Johannes Oerding wants to know at the end. "The evening was a great gift!" Replies the singer. There is nothing to add.

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