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Blues Ninth Festival 2 sold out: Blues & More with Dana Gillespie and Big Daddy Wilson

Blues Ninth Festival 2 sold out: Blues & More with Dana Gillespie and Big Daddy Wilson

Schilling City. The organizers of the “Blues & More” festival, Werner Glösl and Norbert Postmann, were happy to welcome around 1,400 visitors to the wonderful atmosphere of the castle square this year.
At the blues festival, which has been taking place since 2013, blues legends such as Hans Thiessink, Mojo Blues band, Dana Gillespie, Bluesbombam, Harry Stoica and Peter Ratzenbeck have already performed. Regional blues bands are also part of the festival every year – Dana Gillespie, Big Daddy Wilson or “Viennese Ladies” were among the absolute stars of the Borgarina blues evenings on July 29-30.
The Viennese ladies have built a reputation on the Austrian living scene over the past five years, with their shows full of liveliness and energy – audiences in Schlining have been able to see for themselves.

Gillespie and Big Daddy Wilson

Dana Gillespie recorded the first of nearly forty recordings at the age of fifteen, accompanied by British folk guitarist Donovan. In the 1970s she was part of the glamorous British rock scene, produced in part by her school friend David Bowie.

World-renowned Blousman North Carolina, Daddy Wilson has made a name for himself in the European blues scene over the years with his acclaimed albums Love is the Key (2009), Thumb a Ride (2011), I’m Your Man (2013), Time (2015) The 2017 neck bone stew. All these albums paved the way for his latest work – Hard Time Blues.

No Stress Brothers shook the castle square

The multinational band No Stress Brothers gives their music a powerful blend of a very special kind, and the formation quickly gained huge recognition in the EU region as well as in the Balkans.

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Show her portrait painter

In the castle square entrance area, artist Gyöngyi Nemeth exhibited a cross-section of her artwork.

In the entrance area of ​​the castle square, art teacher Gyeonggi Nemeth displayed a cross-section of her artwork. The paintings, watercolors and oil paintings were really eye-catching.