Blues to the city festival Eutin

Stage on the castle square

Saturday, August 19, 2023

13.00-14.30h Frank Plagge One Man Band (D) -Traditional Blues-

Cultivated good mood blues from and with someone who plays everything at the same time. And so really good and danceable!

Line Up: Frank Plagge (git, voc, hca, dr).

15.30-17.00h Baltic Blues Band (USA/D) _Vintage Blues-

Two regional musicians and a “Yank” have joined forces to celebrate their own rockin’ blues in the style of the 70s. A real listener!

Line Up: Peter Kaben (git, voc), Bernd Blumentritt (b), Christian Werr (dr)

18.00-20.00h The Chilkats (D) -Swingin’Blues, Jump & Retro-

Authentic in sound and visuals, the musical journey goes back to the 50s and 60s. Jump- and Swingblues from own pen – influenced by Chicago-, New York- and New Orleans Style. Finest music for ears and legs.

Line up: Hendrik Frommhold (git), Giancarlo Pace (b), Jol (hca, voc), Boris Borisov (dr).

21.00-23.00h Dede Priest & Johnny Clark’s Outlaws (USA/D) -Cross over Blues-

Bei Dede from Austin, Texas has been living in Europe for some time and has found a great band here with Johnny Clark And The Outlaws. Here the term “cross-over” is absolute program: She combines styles like rock, soul, gospel, folk and country to a varied and rousing program.

Line Up: Dede Priest (voc, git, violin), Johnny Clark (voc, git), Ray Ostenrijk (b), Leon Toonen (dr).

Sunday, August 20, 2023

13.00-14.30h Kalle Reuter Duo (D) -Blues-

The “old” and the “youngster” play owns and classics in fresh, new garb.

Line Up: Kalle Reuter(git, voc), Martin Röttger (dr).

15.00-16.30h Georg Schroeter & Marc Breitfelder (D) -Blues’n’Boogie

Piano and harmonica at it’s very best- indisputably one of the best blues duos in the German blues scene.

Line Up: Georg Schroeter (p, voc), Marc Breitfelder (hca).

17.00-18.00h GSMB-Band (D) -Contemporary rockin’ Blues

Four of the finest North German bluesmen in one act: virtuosic, rocking and rousing.

Line Up: Georg Schroeter (p, voc), Marc Breitfelder (hca), Kalle Reuter(git, voc), Martin Röttger (dr).