Friday17. March. 201720:00 hrs
Folk 'n' Roll
FMS is smart 1960s and 1970s folk-rock-soul with a twist of rat pack entertainment.
In summer 2010 "Easy Rider" was the first ccmmercially available CD produced by this three-men-guitar-choral-society.
After an adventurous concert expedition to the Dalai Lama's exile in Northern India in June 2011 they published the song "One Minute of Love", which can be found on their second album "On The Radio". After this came their great performance on the main stage of the Viennese "Donauinselfest" festival before 50,000 spectators.
In August 2012 they produced their current album "On The Radio". Many of the maior Austrian radio stations were inspired by this title and placed FMS in their play lists.
Didi Baumgartner, Alkbottle - Guitar + Vocals
Werner Eichhorn, Käpt'n Echo & Mannschaft - Guitar + Vocals
Friday10. March 201720:00 hrs
The Deep Purple Mark 1 Songbook
Another Member of Deep Purple live in the EBOARDMUSEUM!
NICK SIMPER was a co-founding member of Deep Purple. Simper played bass on three Deep Purple albums from 1968 to 1969.
Currently Nick Simper performs with the Austrian support band NASTY HABITS. The band plays a set list arranged of songs from the first three Deep Purple studio albums. In 2010 Simper and Nasty Habits presented their album "The Deep Purple Mark One Songbook", which the German rock magazine "Eclipsed" called "more authentic than the current Deep Purple Line Up".
Nick Simper - bass
Attila Atka Scholtz - vocals
Helmut Puschacher - keyboards
Christian Heissenberger - guitar
Peter Brkusic - drums
NICK SIMPER & NASTY HABITS feat. ATTILA SCHOLTZ
"Lalena" live in Moscow, Russia:
Friday3. March 201720:00 hrs
The Tobacco Road Blues Band presented
their first CD
in the EBOARDMUSEUM.
Peter Prammerdorfer (guit, voc)
Mike Diwald (guit, voc)
Bernd Bechtloff (dr, voc)
Wolfgang Reichmann (b).
Sabine Neibersch (voc)
Sarah Michaela Hatzl-Neumaier (voc)
Gert Prix (Hammond B3)
Clemens Herzog (Fender Rhodes),
Arthur Ottowitz (blues Harp)
Edgar Unterkircher (sax)
Michael Kraxner (trumpet)
Philipp Fellner (trombone).