German Agent Henning Tögel Dies From Heart Attack

MUNICH, Germany (VIP NEWS) — Henning Tögel, the managing director and founder of the German concert agency, Moderne Welt, suffered a heart attack on January 9th at the age of just 58.

"We are shocked and in mourning", says the team of the Stuttgart Agency that despite the shock, will see through all upcoming tours and events planned.

Henning Tögel graduated in 1977 from a degree in business administration and three years later he joined the board of management of a financial institution.

From 1981 he devoted himself to the study of law, where he worked as a lecturer at various business schools simultaneously. In 1984 he founded the Moderne Welt M&V GmbH, where he took over the management.

Moderne Welt has over the years promoted shows with Artists suchas Joan Baez, Randy Newman, Yes, Willie Nelson , Joe Cocker, Bob Dylan, Status Quo, Al Jarreau, Peter Frampton, Emmylou Harris, Alan Parsons Live Project, Ringo Starr and the magician David Copperfield.

Since 1987, Henning Tögel was the sole shareholder of the company which he converted into a public company in late 2005.