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Index – Culture – Gabby Toth’s return to rock

If it was just one night and only for the duration of the song, Gabby Toth would have his rock face out again. The singer will perform at the Tanksabda concert on October 15, the closing concert of the band’s three-decade-long concert series, in Budapest Park. From the description of the Facebook event.

He won’t be the only one hosting the party in Debrecen’s band: Vero Nagy, Köteles Leander and Kowalsky will also have a mic for the evening.

The “outsiders” were not chosen at random, who would be there, and almost all of them contributed to one of the most special publications of the third decade of Tank Trap work – handle it! It is a double album, on one record other performers sing Tank Trap songs with their own subtitles, while on the other rockers perform songs written by other bands.

On the double album that appeared At that time, the index also reported, featuring artists such as Majka, Curtis, Ákos, Alvin and the Squirrels, Pennhurst or Magna Cum Laude and rock musicians from Beatrice, Aurora, Omega and Edda, among others.

Among the musicians who can be linked to the publication at Friday’s party will be Vero Nagy, Cutlis Linder, Palas Gyula “Kwalski”, Szorad “Jimmy” Kassaba, Vidak Robert “Moore”, Bossa Besta (Eri Mafia) and Toth Gabi, who have recently become quiet and may They wrote a lot about changing his style. For those who have put up with the rock singer I missed, Friday’s party will be a gift where you are most likely to be give the sky She will perform a song called Tank Trap – a handle it! He sang it on the album.

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This song is about:

This is how it looks in Gabi Tóth’s version:

The concert kicks off at 8 p.m. Friday night, preceded by the USEME team to warm up the audience.

Update:

Meanwhile, Gabe Toth confirmed on her Instagram page that she will be there for Friday’s party at Tankcsapda. He also added that he feels very proud of his call.