"Seven live at the Apollo" is an exciting 60-minute documentary about the musical accolade of the greatest European funk soul musician at the Apollo Theater, the birthplace of soul in Harlem NYC. The viewer experiences in an impressive way how the soul musician prepared for his most important concert to date, on the stage that means the world to him. A love story between Seven and the Big Apple that began 10 years ago. Yet “Seven live at the Apollo” not only documents a priceless musical adventure. It portrays the special story of a musician through and-through from little Switzerland, who realizes his dreams with an untypically Swiss amount of risk and courage. Famous companions such as Sheila E., Commissioner Gordon

(Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse), or Michi Beck (Die Fantastischen Vier) are also heard. Seven's Apollo concert is meant to pay homage to soul music and its roots. A meeting of musical worlds that carry on the cultural heritage of soul in their own way. To express this encounter, Seven has incorporated the world-famous Harlem Gospel Choir into his show for a very special song. The Apollo Theater - "Where Stars are Born and Legends are Made!” The motto is not an empty boast; the famous Harlem venue is one of America's most historic and important theaters. For more than eight decades, the Apollo has shown an amazing list

of African American stars and launched the careers of greats such as James Brown, Gladys Knight, Jimi Hendrix, the Jackson Five, or Lauryn Hill