Franz-Josef Degenhardt died

now again one of my generation died: the guitarist Franz-Josef Degenhardt

nowadays with youtube and wordpress maybe an artist is not suddenly completely gone – it is easier to remember and to hold him safe in one’s heart …
lyrics of the song “Rosen im Schnee”:
http://www.golyr.de/franz-josef-degenhardt/songtext-rosen-im-schnee-630263.html
Franz-Josef Degenhardt is singing his ballad about an old accordion player who is now living in a psychiatric hospital (Aplerbeck) – and no one remembers …
second guitarist: Kai Degenhardt (his son?)

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writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “Franz-Josef Degenhardt died

  1. theWomanAtTheWell

    Beautiful song, what a loss for the world. Take good care Frizz, we can’t loose you just yet! May God give you many more good days with your wonderful family as well as us. -WATW

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  2. thirdhandart

    Very nice guitar duo and ballad singing. So sorry for the passing of Franz-Josef.

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  3. My deepest sympathy for the loss… He was an excellent musician too.

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  4. TBM

    Thanks for sharing the song. Another loss for the music world. My thoughts go out to his family and loved ones.

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  5. I’m sorry to hear this. A great performer.

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