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The Big Chance – TheMostCompany rocked the studio – but unfortunately didn't make it to the final

The Big Chance – TheMostCompany rocked the studio – but unfortunately didn't make it to the final

As in the first elimination, TheMostCompany was the first to enter the race for a place in the final in the third semi-final of the ORF talent show “The Big Chance – Let's Sing and Dance”. At the request of the moderators, Robert Kirschbaumer, Manfred Asshur and Klaus Heindel provided a brass overture worthy of a song contest to introduce the musical portion of the show.

TheMostCompany during their appearance on the ORF stage.

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ORF/Hans Leitner, Hans Leitner


With their self-written dialect song “Mit dir”, the brass-pop band Mostviertel brought the studio to a boil from the first bars and impressed the audience and the jury. After the presentation there was great praise from the judges. Singer Tom Post – whose father is from the Netherlands – also had the opportunity to exchange some sentences in Dutch with Dutch juror Ilse Delange. “You can tell that you are having a lot of fun with your music. “Much respect for the brass players, who also performed the dances,” was the singer’s verdict.

“The show is an opportunity to perform in front of a large audience.”

German singer-songwriter Gregor Mael described TheMostCompany's sound as “quite my music”. I especially liked Jamiroqai's vibes on bass and Tom starting his turn on piano. I also think it's good to sing in dialect and show what you can do with your own song that you write.” Juror Thorsten Einarson wanted to know: “Please show me how brass players also do background vocals. That was a great detail in the show.” Guitarist Rich Meisner described him as “an absolute animal.”

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Voting is not forbidden. This was the final appeal made by Philipp Schägerl to the fans who were cheering in the hall and at home in front of the screens. Unfortunately, in the end the votes cast were not enough for the band to reach the final. The summary remains very positive: “Of course you'll be disappointed if you don't get called up, but the show has an incredibly wide impact and is actually a great opportunity to perform in front of a large audience and raise your level of awareness. Tremendously. We've enjoyed every bit of it.” minute”.

Schagerl also describes TheMostCompany's future plans: “We are looking forward to our appearance on the main stage at Donauinselfest on Saturday, June 22, at 5 p.m., where the next big audience is waiting for us. This year, among other concerts around the country, we are headlining the regional music festival Mustival which lasts two days in St. Maarten in August.

Big Opportunity - Let's sing and dance

TheMostCompany.

picture:
ORF/Hans Leitner, Hans Leitner