A big anniversary - and a new album: Sportfreunde Stiller have been together for 20 years. "Axel F" composer Harold Faltermeyer writes about his life. And the Scorpons movie "Forever and a Day" makes its TV debut.
In this edition:
Sportfreunde Stiller: 20 years together
Sportfreunde Stiller love football, and they have a positive outlook on life. Now, the successful Bavarian trio are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a new album: "Sturm & Stille"
Harold Faltermeyer writes his life story
Munich-born Harold Faltermeyer wrote the title track for the 1984 film "Beverly Hills Cop." In his new autobiography, Faltermeyer tells how he moved to Los Angeles in 1978 and ended up winning two Grammy awards.
Scorpions Film: History of a Legend
The documentary film "Forever and a Day" reviews the highlights of the Scorpions' 50-year career. It's already showing in theaters around the world. And it's now on Deutsche Welle TV, too.
HIT: Schandmaul feat. Tarja Turunen - Zu zweit allein
The new Schandmaul album has been out for a few weeks. Now, the folk-rockers have hit the top of the German charts. Finnish metal singer Tarja Turunen helps out on the track "Zu Zweit Allein."
TIP: Felix Jaehn feat. Alma - Bonfire (Chris Lake Remix)
In 2014, DJ Felix Jaehn hit the top of the U.S. charts with his "Cheerleader" remix. Now, some of Jaehn's tracks have been remixed. British producer Chris Lake has come up with a new version of Jaehn's hit "Bonfire".
CLASSIC: Masterboy - Land of Dreaming (1996)
20 years ago, the German Eurodance band Masterboy released their single "Land of Dreaming" - and it charted in eight countries. At the time, Masterboy was wildly popular in France.