With her raw, smoky voice and classic acoustic setup of guitar, bass drum, hi-hat and kazoo, TRIXIE TRAINWRECK and her NO MAN BAND takes you back to the world of the R&B stars of the 50s and the country greats of the 60s. This San Francisco-born American will win you over with her down-home workin’ songs and travelin’ medleys. The manic crew of A PONY NAMED OLGA takes over the reins with a danceable sound cocktail of country and rockabilly. Driven by simple but cutting rhythms, they’ll tear through a show full of dirty rock’n’roll, cowpunk, polka, and black humour. VLADI WOSTOK’s Bremen boys are back to raise the roof again this year, with plenty of polka, gypsy, surfer guitar, and proper bass. Singer Vlad thrills with his passion and his talent for improv, throwing himself and his quartet into a mix of surf rock, swing, pulp fiction & gypsy.
9 pm Doors Open
10 pmTrixie Trainwreck No Man Band
11:30 pm Uhr A Pony named Olga
1 am Uhr Vladi Wostok
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