A flight attendant working from Cologne/Bonn Airport has released a new song under his stage name Tamer, which is intended to give the aviation industry courage and hope. The music-loving Tamer became known a few years ago as a former member of the TV pop band Jamatami, which was selected for a docu-soap in 2011.
Tamer works full-time as a flight attendant for an airline, but in his free time he is still captivated by his musical passion. He is now releasing a self-written song as a solo artist. The young man would like to combine his passions with this in order to spread anticipation with his new aviation song for a time when artists can unconditionally pursue their passion again and crews can accompany their holiday-loving guests to their travel destinations. "I would like to give us all hope for a summer full of joie de vivre with the song," says Tamer about the song, which picks up on and reflects the feeling of flying and freedom.
The song video was filmed at the Ekelenz eV Ultralight Flight Center. An A320 captain made her private microlight available. The drone used for the footage was also operated by full-time airline staff. The Tanzstudio Kreit from Aachen helped Tamer with choreo, image and sound. The take-off transfers, which otherwise chauffeur passengers, crews and other customers, provided a limousine for the video recordings. Conclusion of the team that was involved: "Shows us: All of us in aviation are looking forward to a "normal" summer after 2 years of pandemic and uncertainty and with our passion we would like to inspire others about this topic."