Programme 2021 - 2023
Friday 22 Oct 2021 20:00
Band Over Troubled Water
Pop History - A Tribute To Simon And Garfunkel
A whole four years have passed since the band Over Troubled Water last gave a guest performance in Klagenfurt. But the hits of Simon & Garfunkel are so-and-so immortal, and have at best gained even more importance in this time!
The ten-piece Band Over Troubled Water around Paul Simon-look-a-like Rolf Holub, and absolutely not Art Garfunkel-look-a-like Gert Prix has taken advantage of the past years, and added more gems from the huge original repertoire to their setlist!
All the classics of this legendary duo, including perhaps even more exciting solo hits of Simon and Garfunkel!
Friday 29 Oct 2021 20:00
FUNK - SOUL - ROCK
funk you! is a new live formation from Carinthia, which presents well-known funk, soul and rock songs as a "power package". On a high level, a varied program with many energetic numbers as well as expressive, soulful songs is offered, which inspires connoisseurs of good music and dance-hungry alike.
The band impresses with fat brass riffs, paired with polyphonic vocals and a groovy rhythm section. The own joy of playing as well as the wow effect with the audience are equally in the center.
The nine band members are all experienced musicians who understand their craft and are united by their love of crisp funk and cool soul numbers. The line-up with soul voice, rhythm section and four-piece horn section is the perfect basis for a broad repertoire, which includes funk and soul classics and is also supplemented by funky arranged rock and pop songs.
The result is concerts to groove, enjoy and dance to, offering power paired with a lot of soul - sometimes loud and quiet, sometimes tender and hot, sometimes driven and sometimes relaxed.
We can look forward to I Feel For You (Chaka Khan), You Might Need Somebody (Randy Crawford), Sledgehammer (Peter Gabriel), Long Train Running (Doobie Brothers), Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry), I Wish (Stevie Wonder), Superstition (Stevie Wonder), Brick House (Commodores), and with Get Here (Oleta Adams) the evening is far from over...
LILY KITZ | Vocals
ANDREA WEINBERGER | Sax
WOLFGANG HEIGL | Sax
CHRISTIAN PAULITSCH | Trombone
FRANZ AIGNER | Trumpet
MARINO MRCELA | Guitar
STEFAN VALLANT | Bass
CHRISTIAN OPITZ | Keyboard
PETER UMMENHOFER | Drums
Friday 05 Nov 2021 20:00
THE COUNTRY LEGENDS RIDE INTO THE EBOARDMUSEUM
Many moons passed before the stars of the country scene finally saddled their horses again to bring the greatest hits between Oklahoma and Ponderosa to the ears of us common cowboys.
Little Joe and Hoss have already booked, Billy The Kid too. And the Daltons along with their mother anyway.
Ma Baker is still thinking...
And here they are, our most wanted stars of all saloons:
DIETMAR BAUMGARTNER | Guitar, Vocals
JÖRG FRIESSNEGG | Guitar, Vocals
DOLFI KANDLER | Drums, Vocals
BRETT REID | Bass, Vocals
Friday 12 Nov 2021 20:00
Pop History: A Tribute To Neil Diamond
Neil Diamond not only wrote world hits for world stars from Barbra Streisand to the Monkees. He also occupies international top positions in the charts himself again and again. And that for decades!
Reason enough for the team of the EBOARDMUSEUM to put together a huge band in his honor, which compresses this gigantic life's work into a fantastic two hours.
None of his world hits may be missing - I'm a Believer - Song Sung Blue - I Am I Said - Beautiful Noise - Love on the Rocks and of course not the party classic Sweet Caroline.
Friday 19 Nov 2021 20:00
Medieval & Spanish Blues.....Progressive Blues
“A breathtaking acoustic fusion of blues, jazz, folk, classical and Spanish guitar from a stunning guitar virtuoso…” Altadena News, USA
Ready for a unique and talented take on a wide range of musical traditions? Claude Bourbon is known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, and Middle Eastern stylings into uncharted territories.
Claude’s inimitable style incorporates all five digits on each hand dancing independently but in unison, plucking, picking and strumming at such speed and precision that his fingers often seem to melt into a blur. Thousands of people in the UK, Europe and USA have enjoyed listening to this virtuoso and for the majority of his audience it is an experience that compels them to return again and again to hear and watch him play, as his fingers lightly dance over the strings of his guitar and create a unique sound that is ’Claude’.
Claude has played countless venues, including Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Colne Great British & Blues Festival, Rock O'Z Arene, Avenches, Switzerland, among others. He has shared the stage in Europe and the USA with countless musicians, Calvin Russel, Charlie Morgan (Elton John, Gary Moore), Jan Akkerman (Focus), Steve Grossman (Miles Davis), Herbie Armstrong (Van Morisson), Jose Barrenese Dias and many more.
"Claude Bourbon weaved his songs through the audience as if on a journey through life taking in different flavours of Europe and beyond... from classical openings, across a whole continent of cultural roots, holding audience attention under a musical spell, his music would not have been out of place in the courts of Emperors and Kings." (G. Munn)
“Claude Bourbon is a unique figure today… his playing is almost indescribable“ - The Hook, Charlottesville, USA
"Never heard anyone get that much beautiful sound out of a J-45", Bob, Tucson, AZ
"His fingerpicking is exquisite and if I closed my eyes I could clearly hear two guitars playing. Just when I recongnised a theme he moved on with a mesmerising cascade of notes which kept on flowing. He added a driving bass, for a version of “She knows how to stretch it”. By the time he sang the first verse he had ‘stretched it’ from Spain to the Caucuses, and from the concert hall to the bar room. His forte is obviously his wonderful guitar work, but he does occasionally burst into song and what you then get is something between Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens, combined with a French accent! C’est magnifique.” Dave Baily
Friday 26 Nov 2021 20:00
NEW ALBUM: "Jedn Tag in Spiagl schaun"
("Look in the mirror every day"...)
- and never lose the joy of life and the elixir of music...
For the first time, Dragan, who played with Daliah Lavi in his early years, and Amadeus Award winner Didi (with Alkbottle) present themselves as singers and songwriters. In the song "Irgendwann" all three have their say and sing about the courage to look ahead and never give up. The song "100,000 hours" encourages you to look in the mirror every day and trust yourself.
"Sei still - Lied an die Erde" is in the style of the successful title "nur 5 Minuten" and gets under your skin.
For Ossi, this album is an anniversary - it's the 30th he's been involved in! With bands like Bluesbreakers, The Gang, Sterz, Huaba, Humus and since 2016 ossi huber&band has created a bandwidth that ranges from blues to Sixties sound and dialect songs to classical songwriting. About 180 original songs have been created so far and more than 40 of them have made it into radio charts.
Ossi never calls himself a composer or lyricist. Melodies and lyrics are rather received. For this he is infinitely grateful...
OSSI HUBER - Guitar, Vovals
DIDI BAUMGARTNER - Guitar, Vocals
PETER GRÖNIG - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
DRAGAN JANUZ - Guitar, Vocals
Friday 3 Dec 2021 20:00
Beatles - Beatles - Beatles
Last year John Lennon would have celebrated his 80th birthday. Exactly at this time 41 years ago, however, this multiple genius became the victim of his self-proclaimed biggest fan, the mentally ill Mark Chapman...
A special occasion for the band Winston O'Boogie (only real friends were allowed to address John Lennon with Winston O'Boogie) to arrange their huge setlist according to this occasion.
For decades, this formation has been dedicated to the gigantic life's work of Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon. Wigs are dispensed with, and instead this band meticulously brings to the stage many Beatles classics that could never be performed live by the four gentlemen themselves!
In alphabetical order:
And in addition, some star guests...
Friday 10 Dec 2021 20:00
The Christmas session for young talents of all ages
You can sing? Dance? Tell stories? Do you love comedy? Or master a musical instrument?
Then there is another chance to perform in front of an expert audience just before Christmas:
In the session named after the museum's founder, up-and-coming artists have the chance to perform alone or together with established stars of the scene for a few minutes under the critical, albeit friendly eyes of our audience.
Instrumental music - singing - comedy - dance - or storyteller - or whatever ... :-)
A Christmas reference is gladly possible, but not mandatory!
Friday 17 Dec 2021 20:00
The Christmas Show of the Beach Band
The very first Surfing Christmas of the Beach Band took place in 2001 at the Casineum Velden. In the meantime, this annual event of the EBOARDMUSEUM has become cult and an indispensable must-attend event for philanthropists and music lovers.
As every year, the Beach Band (THOMAS GOSCHAT, HARRY HOLLER, ROLF HOLUB, GERT PRIX) can count on the cooperation of great colleagues to enchant friends and fans with a pre-Christmas atmosphere. Let us surprise you!
Special Guest: OLIVIA MAE, she will take care of the literary part of the evening.
A cultivated evening in the largest living room in Austria is guaranteed.
And also this year all proceeds will be donated to an acute regional emergency. Details will be announced during the event.
WINTER BREAK FOR CONCERTS
Friday 12 February 2022 20:00
Since 2012 the musical direction of the „BBSC“ has been based on the well known American band „The Blues Brothers ®“. Not only did „The Blues Brothers ®“ produce two major cult movies, they have also given us songs like „Gimmie some lovin“ and „Everybody needs somebody to love“ which have become, in their own right, Anthems within the Music Industry.
The BBSC Blues Band comprise of:
BARNEY PATTERSON | vocals
STEFAN ELLERSDORFER | vocals
DANIEL AMANN | trumpet
RAPHAEL NIEDERER | saxophon
STEFAN LERCHBAUMER | saxophon
UWE HABICH | keyboards
PATRICK WURZER | bass
DANIEL NIEDERER | drums
ARMIN POLSINGER | guitar
MICHAEL STERNAD | guitar
Many „Blues Brothers“ enthusiasts claim that the musical similarity to the original „Blues Brothers ®“ is most impressive and brought to life by the „BBSC“. The goal of the „BBSC“ is to create an optimal and authentic blend of perfectionism and improvisation to seduce the audiencee into the world of Blues Rock.
The groovy sound, authenticity, rehearsed dance routines and a powerful brass section, have been our recipe for success, so that we can offer all listeners an impressive show.
We welcome people to visit our fanpage at Facebook and we hope you enjoy your first impressions.
On YouTube you can view our newest video clip „Everybody needs somebody to love“:
Friday 4 March 2022 20:00
The Sound of Carlos S
Pop History - A Tribute To Carlos Santana
The music of "The Sound of Carlos S." combines elements of popular music and jazz with Afro-Cuban rhythms.
Guitarist HANNES SEIDL, drummer TOMMY BÖRÖCZ and percussionist ANDI STEIRER have spent long periods of time in South America, where they were able to sammenarbeiten in various projects with native musicians. The fascination of Afro-Cuban rhythms and the "alegría" inherent in lateinamerikanisch music eventually led to the formation of the band "The Sound of Carlos S.".
"The Sound of Carlos S." sounds like the Latin rock band Santana and, in addition to the evergreens, also performs lesser-known works that exude all the more Latin flair.
KATHI GABLER | vocals, percussion
EGON GRÖGER | vocals, percussion
ANDI STEIRER | timbales, percussion
TOMMY BÖRÖCZ | drums
FRED ZETHOFER | bass
ROLAND BOHUNOVSKY | keys
HANNES SEIDL | guitar
Friday 11 March 2022 20:00
In his eventful and varied career, Marc Janicello has already thrilled audiences in the New York Subways as a street singer ("America's Best Street Performer 1992"), with sensational performances such as his Elvis performance in Grand Central Station ("What if Elvis never died but just turned into Pavarotti?") and established houses such as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and the Zurich Opera House.
Since 1984, he has performed 23 leading roles in musicals, 34 leading roles in opera productions, appeared in twelve plays and numerous television productions, and recorded more than 30 CDs. With "Elvis: A Musical Biography" he achieved his European breakthrough.
In January 2016, Janicello began work as the author, executive producer, lyricist and leading actor for the New SitCom, “The Finellis.” In November 2018, a Berlin-based production company Marjan Content Productions UG was founded in Berlin, Germany to facilitate the production of “The Finellis.” By the fall of 2021, “The Finellis” has won over 20 international television awards in 12 different countries and has accumulated over 60 award nominations.
Friday 18 March 2022 20:00
Peter Mayr Project
Friday 01 April 2022 20:00
Don't Tread On Me, Baby!
The Tobacco Road Blues Band presents its second CD at the EBOARDMUSEUM.
It's called Don't Tread On Me, Baby! It contains a total of 14 tracks, all penned by the two TRBB masterminds PETER PRAMMERDORFER and MIKE DIWALD.
"Actually, we hadn't planned to produce another CD so quickly," Peter Prammerdorfer tells us, "but suddenly there were so many song ideas that we couldn't help ourselves." In addition, the Tobaccos really wanted to play the 2018 concert season with new song material, so a considerable track list quickly emerged from fleeting ideas. Of course, the audience was looking for the new songs on the "old" album in vain. So a successor was needed and TRBB buried themselves in the band's own Southend Studio in St. Veit. "The result is a completely different album than number 1," describes Mike Diwald. "But both CDs have one thing in common: we did what we felt like doing, without looking at trends, radio suitability or even charts." "And there's something else that's very important to us," adds Peter Prammerdorfer: "As with the first CD, there's no programming and no synthesizers. Every instrument was played by real musicians." Strings and winds. In this regard, Prammerdorfer/Diwald have spun out again on "Don't Tread On Me, Baby!". "For some tracks, I literally heard a fat orchestral tapestry in my mind's ear," Mike Diwald smiles, "so Peter and I started arranging violins and horns, which neither of us had done before."
The musicians who supported the TRBB regulars on the recordings were quickly found: ANJA WOBAK-EDER played the violin parts and CHIARA STELLA WEGSCHEIDER the cello parts, HUBERT WEGSCHEIDER blew the horn and WOLFRAM DULLNIG various saxophones. For the keyboard parts CLEMENS HERZOG from Lienz and none less than "Komissar Rex" composer GERD SCHULLER could be won. The background choirs were sung by the only 17-year-old BAMLAK WERNER, DIANA and ANNA WALLNER, CHIARA STELLA WEGSCHEIDER and JUDITH GORITSCHNIG.
Save the Date: "At the presentation of the first CD we had to send quite a few people home, because the EBOARDMUSEUM was bursting at the seams. If you want to be at the gig, you should reserve tickets quickly!
PETER PRAMMERDORFER | guitar, vocals
MIKE DIWALD | guitar, vocals
KLAUS SAULI | drums, vocals
CHRISTIAN EGGER | bass
Friday 15 April 2022
The EBOARDMUSEUM is wishing you a Happy Easter!
Friday 22 April 2022 20:00
Friday 29 April 2022 20:00
Friday 13 May 2022 20:00
Electric Blues Connection
Friday 20 May 2022 20:00
Song Contest Party
Friday 27 May 2022 20:00
Friday 03 June 2022 20:00
Friday 17 June 2022 20:00
Friday 01 July 2022 20:00
School 's Out
Friday 02 Sept 2022 20:00
Friday 09 Sept 2022 20:00
Friday 23 Sept 2022 20:00
UDO Tribute Band
Saturday 24 Sept 2022 20:00
UDO Tribute Band
Saturday 01 Oct 2022 20:00
ORF Long Night of Museums
Friday 07 Oct 2022 20:00
Friday 14 Oct 2022 20:00
Friday 21 Oct 2022 20:00
Friday 28 Oct 2022 20:00
Friday 18 Nov 2022 20:00
Friday 09 Dec 2022 20:00
Friday 16 Dec 2022 20:00
Friday 23 Dec 2022 20:00