His documentary “More Than One Life” will be broadcast at a later date

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His documentary “More Than One Life” will be broadcast at a later date
Pop singer Roland Kaiser turns 70. © Jan Woitas/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

He lived for two! Roland Kaiser has turned 70. However, the documentary “More than a Life” about the hit star had to be postponed due to illness.

Münster – Roland Kaiser is undoubtedly one of the biggest hit stars in the country. Yesterday, Tuesday (May 10), the “Santa Maria” interpreter celebrated his 70th birthday. On this occasion, numerous television stations insisted on honoring the emperor with emotional special programs. The musician’s concerts were also broadcast several times. In addition to the documentary “Legends”, the film “More Than One Life” should also be shown. But the broadcast date of the feature has now been changed at short notice.

As the “Schlagerprofis” portal found out when asked, “More than one life” was originally supposed to be broadcast on SWR on May 9th. Unfortunately, several production employees fell ill, which is why the work on the film project could not be completed in time for Roland Kaiser’s birthday. But fans of the singer do not have to be sad: the broadcaster’s spokesman promised that “More than one life” will definitely be shown on free TV at a later date.

In “More than a Life” Roland Kaiser is to be shown apart from his successful music career

In contrast to most television reports about Roland Kaiser, the documentary “More than a Life” was not only intended to highlight the musical successes of the Schlager legend. Above all, the person Kaiser away from the limelight is the focus of the special project. Because the musician led an eventful life in the last 70 years. It wasn’t until he was a teenager that he found out, for example, that his parents had adopted him.

But that wasn’t the only low blow for Roland Kaiser. In 2002 he received the devastating diagnosis of COPD. The respiratory illness turned his life upside down before he received a much-needed donor lung a few years ago. Today, Kaiser seems to be a well-balanced person, as he confirmed in recent interviews. In it, he also revealed that despite his proud age, he had no intention of retiring.