Rhythm 'n' blues flows in her veins and she has a distinctive soul voice: Marla Glen's hit "Believer" still gives fans goose bumps to this day. In this edition of Night Grooves she meets Sebastian Krumbiegel.
He was a member of the famous Leipzig Thomaner choir and co-founder of the band "Die Prinzen". Sebastian Krumbiegel sang hits like "Küssen verboten", "Alles nur geklaut" and Millionär" with the band and sold around six million records. But he is also successful as a solo artist. For Night Grooves he sings "Mein rechter, rechter Platz" and with Marla Glen he presents a great version of the smash hit "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King. After the show Sebastian Krumbiegel said it was fun and would like to come back again next year. Marla Glen admitted "Normally I'm always very excited before such gigs, but Night Grooves was fine. I felt very comfortable here." Night Grooves coming to you as always from the "Haus Schminke" in Löbau/Saxony - designed by Hans Scharoun in the 30s.