Gabalier: Strong pain and hospital drama

"At some point you should let Eishackln still well," writes Andreas Gabalier (33) on his Facebook page on a photo from Landeskrankenhaus Graz Southwest. In the AUSTRALIAN interview he explains how it happened. "We play hockey every week and crash every time, but I did not feel anything at all, but I woke up at three o'clock in the morning and went to the hospital because I could not resist pain in my shoulder." On Friday, she should continue her indoor tour in Freiburg. It remains to be seen if he will be back then, but Gabalier calms down: "Do not panic, I'll be back on stage. I have to see I'm getting another injection."


Hopefully he will be able to throw himself up again until December 15, as Gabalier plays in the Wiener Stadthalle. At you have a chance for 1 x 2 tickets and meet Alpen-Elvis and say, "Then there is a nice snack with me," he reveals.

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Gabalier: "One million sold tickets"

AUSTRIA: Your current success is hard to believe …

Andreas Gabalier: It is true. An international tour is also the most emotional tour I've ever had. I can not even describe it. Next year, we sold one million tickets for indoor tours and stadiums. I did not expect it six months ago.

AUSTRIA: They said they planned a break after touring the stadium. Is it even possible?

Gabalier: I thought people would not be able to see that everything was too decadent. The plan should be about half a year because I have other plans. But now we have two more exhibitions for Switzerland and we plan another for South Tyrol. You will see. It has not worked for a long time. It is a task.

AUSTRIA: Are you planning a TV show?

Gabalier: I have a professional vision, but I do not want to go into details anymore. N. Martens

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