Auf Grund der Verordnung des Berliner Senats, müssen auf Grund der Corona Virus Krise auch alle Clubs und Konzertstätten ab Samstag, den 14.März 2020 bis einschließlich 19.April 2020 schließen. Es ist für alle eine schwierige Zeit und wir sind sehr traurig über dass, was gerade passiert. Trotzdem sind wir voller Zuversicht und hoffen, dass wir euch, sobald diese schwierige Zeit überstanden ist, wieder bei uns im Privatclub bei tollen Konzerten und Parties begrüßen dürfen.
Wir wünschen Euch solange allen viel Glück, Mut und vor allem Gesundheit. Euer Privatclub Team
auf Grund des Coronavirus (COVID-19) sind wir nach Rücksprache mit dem Management gezwungen das Konzert von Thomas Oliver am 13.03. im Privatclub abzusagen. Wir bedauern das sehr und hoffen bald über einen neuen Termin informieren zu können. Die Tickets werden selbstverständlich zurückerstattet und können dort wo sie gekauft wurden zurück gegeben werden.
due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) we are forced to cancel the concert of Thomas Oliver on 13.03. in the private club after consultation with the management. We regret this very much and hope to be able to inform about a new date soon. The tickets will of course be refunded.
Thomas Oliver is a singer-songwriter and awardee of the most prestigious music award in his home country of New Zealand, the APRA Silver Scroll Award for songwriting. Oliver was awarded this prize in 2015 for his hit, ‚If I Move To Mars, from his last studio album titled ‚Floating In The Darkness‘, which debuted at #6 on the Official New Zealand Music Chart, and combined elements of Soul, Roots, and Folk, and his signature self-production and mixing. Oliver is known for his tender vocals, his unique songwriting, his engaging demeanour on stage, and his presence in multiple facets of music. “One of New Zealand’s most talented musicians.” – Ambient Light“One of New Zealand’s best musicians.” – Pip Squeaks Music Oliver is internationally recognised as one of the world’s leading players of the Weissenborn lap-slide guitar, and in 2013, he took momentary leave from his singer-songwriter roots to release ‚Beneath The Weissenborn‘, an unprecedented album which explored this instrument, and received 5-star reviews around the world, and sold out shows across the country. “Beneath The Weissenborn paints the kind of pictures that words can’t express. He joins Leo Kotke, Ry Cooder and Michael Hedges as someone who has made buying a guitar album a must.” – Stuff.co.nz Simultaneously, Oliver sports a title as one of the most celebrated vocalists in the genre of Drum & Bass, having released a massive 20 collaborations with some of the genre’s finest producers, including Logistics, Hybrid Minds, Nu:Logic, Black Sun Empire, Urbandawn, Trei, Concord Dawn and Etherwood, and having been released on some of Drum & Bass’s most prestigious labels, including Hospital Records, Metalheadz, Blackout and RAM Records. Whilst currently based in Berlin, Oliver has toured and performed throughout New Zealand, Australia, Europe, the UK, Asia and the USA, and has also shared the stage with such legends as Joe Cocker, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Eric Clapton and Xavier Rudd, and a recent tour of the Netherlands with Dutch favourites, My Baby. 2017 saw the release of the full-length live album, ‚Live at the Crystal Palace‘, recorded over two consecutive sold-out nights at the Crystal Palace in Oliver’s home town of Hawke’s Bay.The remainder of 2019 will see the release of the first tastes of Oliver’s new music, a full-length album titled ‚The Brightest Light‘, due for release in March of 2020, with full-band touring across Europe, New Zealand and Australia.