Denmark's leading roots rockers THORBJØRN RISAGER & THE BLACK TORNADO have released their eighth studio album "Navigation Blues" - and will be performing new and old songs at Berlin's Kesselhaus in March 2024.
THORBJØRN RISAGER & THE BLACK TORNADO have conquered the biggest festival stages in Europe and delighted jazz clubs around the globe. On 8 March 2024, the septet will present its low-light noir blues to Berlin audiences in the Kesselhaus at the Kulturbrauerei. The multi-award-winning band has already opened for Bonnie Raitt and the Tedeschi Trucks Band and performed on stage with legends such as Buddy Guy, Doyle Bramhall II and Robben Ford.
Thorbjørn Risager's voice is the icing on the cake: it reflects Ray Charles, Van Morrison and Billy Gibbons. Risager grew up in the small town of Jyllinge, around 30 kilometres from Denmark's capital Copenhagen. The former fishing village lies on the eastern shore of the Roskilde Fjord with a bustling harbour that offers a breathtaking view when the sunset meets the horizon of the distant village.
Every concert is a special experience. On their extensive tours, THORBJØRN RISAGER & THE BLACK TORNADO have won fans in all corners of the world, including Elwood Blues himself: Dan Aykroyd! With their dynamic stage presence and a sound that combines soul, Chicago blues, boogie and rock 'n' roll, they know how to thrill their audiences.
THORBJØRN RISAGER & THE BLACK TORNADO