Nick Schilder describes 2023 as an “eventful year”. This year the duo Nick and Simon ended after seventeen years and the singer began his solo career. “There was really an end and a beginning,” the forty-year-old artist told the news agency. Afghan National Police.
“Fortunately, part of that movement was also forward, in the sense that I made a fresh start,” Schilder explains. “It sounds corny, but I really tried it that way.”
“I've rolled up my sleeves to make a fresh start and to do it well. I've also felt how challenging it can be.” Launching his solo career was “very exciting and fun, but sometimes it took some getting used to and a lot of hard work.” It was also very hard work, he adds. “In that respect, a year is just a very long month,” Schilder says with a laugh.
Schilder has now completed fifteen theatrical performances and will continue his theatrical tour in 2024. Thirty more performances are scheduled for next year.
The singer began to get used to being alone on stage. “It still takes some getting used to, but the theater tour helps. I can make progress by doing it night after night. At a certain point you won't know any better. Then it's just the new reality.” Schilder concluded:
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