Medieval neofolk band Corvus Corax plans to stream a live concert on Thursday, May 21, live at 6:00 PM CET from the band farm in Berlin Lübars. Like other coronavirus events, this one promises a lively show that you can enjoy from the comfort of your living room, phone, or a tablet nailed to the wall of your basement.
The band issued the following statement:
As you may have noticed, we would like to launch a cultural series – under the name „Lübarser Hofkultur“. For a manageable audience, a mixed program should be set up with compliance with hygiene rules and a lot of space around the stage and of course a lot of space between the visitors.
We hope that this small idea of small events can be approved by the authorities on a small scale. We will keep you up to date. In order to shorten the waiting time for all of us and to continue to provide you with live music, we will organize another streaming concert beforehand – but this time live!
Thursday, May 21
(Ascension and Father’s Day)
from 18.00 clock
You can view the concert here:
It also helps to be familiar with the music:
Tags: corvus corax, neofolk
2 thoughts on “Corvus Corax Streaming Living Concert On Thursday, May 21”
Always liked Corvus Corax.
I hope they leave the video up.
Damn the jerks at Century Media, they deleted the Isolation Festival video, so I never got to see all of it, just the end of Svart Crown, who were great.
Then whatever the next band was really sucked, so I went back to watching the old Equalizer tv series, and planned to watch the complete Isolation fest another day, then I could have fast forwarded through any crappy bands.
This band is so dumb they don’t know you can have one guy play multiple drums at once, they look like those polka homos trying to sell you those cough drops and slap Chevy Chase and start a village fight.
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