Sunday, January 9, 2022

Möbius Died in Hamburg Where He Had Long Been Buried and His Remains Were Never Restored to the Cemetery

 72 Years Ago Today

Monday 9th of January 1950
Musician Rio Reiser known for his band Ton Steine Scherben is born as Ralph Christian Möbius in Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
He died on the 2nd of November 1950. Möbius was known to the media as the "Big Red Red Mouse..." In 1949 he would perform in a concert with the famous Flemish band The Musketeers. Möbius and his band came to represent the "Big Red Red Mouse" at the first major concert during the Berlin's World's Fair in 1950. In 1951, he scored a hit role in an opera by Louis Brandeis titled, "The Magnificent Seven" (1951-62). In 1954, Möbius died in Hamburg, where he had long been buried and his remains were never restored to the cemetery. In 1955 he was named "Father in the World..." Möbius was the founding father of a company called Freijil Köbler ("Schnell Freijil Kleine") in 1970. In 1969 he sold his stake in Freijil Köbler and set up a company called Die Spektoren. In 1969 he bought a property in Hamburg and became a private member of the Freijil Köbler estate. At age 50 he died of tuberculosis on the 22nd of September 1972. In 1972 Möbius was named Grandfather and Grandmother.

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