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Now Booking:  21. Mai - 31. Mai  2020

BROTHER MULE     

"playing music of yesterday and today like there’s no tomorrow“

Brother Mule in concert is a musical conversation between two of America’s most gifted acoustic musicians. The bandmates share the spotlight in a circus of extraordinary talent and variety. Brian Wicklund ignites the stage with his fiery fiddling, while Ben Winship plays tasty mandolin as he croons one of his finely crafted songs.

Their debut recording, Big Twang, earned them the Indie Music Award's Best Americana CD of 2005. It's a showcase of original and traditional vocals and instrumentals spanning genres of swing, old time, Celtic, old country and acoustic funk.

Joining them for their upcoming European tour is German native, Thomas Kaerner on double bass.  A multi-instrumentalist with many years of experience as a touring and session musician for numerous acoustic bands, Thomas provides the essential foundation of the trio's sound with his tasteful bass lines and solid rhythm.







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Now Booking: 16. Oktober  -  31. Oktober  2020

John Lowell Band      

New John Lowell Solo CD: This Long Stretch Of Gravel   

www.johnlowell.com

John Lowell is a trailblazing singer/songwriter from Montana.  He has become increasingly popular throughout the US, Canada and Europe with his graceful playing,expressive original songs and smooth  baritone vocals.  Bluegrass and Americana music is the backbone of the JLB.

Julie Elkins is the “banjoista” for the JLB, having played since childhood.  Originally from Montana, she currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. In addition to her impressive instrumental skills, she is also an excellent singer with a clear, powerful voice.

Tom Murphy adds depth and power to the JLB on mandolin.  With imaginative solos,driving rhythm, and precise vocal harmonies, Tom brings color to the music of the band, and decisively shapes the sound.

Completing the quartet is German native Thomas Kaerner on the standup bass.  A multiinstrumentalist with many years of experience as a professional and studio musician for numerous acoustic bands, Thomas provides the essential musical foundation for theJLB sound with his tasteful bass lines and solid rhythm.

In March of 2016, the John Lowell Band released their debut recording, “The Skalkaho Road”.  This project consists of 10 original songs, and 4 lesser known cover songs.  The playing is tight and the singing is tighter.