Roadtrips on the Balkans, concerts in Cairo, Qena, Moscow, Jerusalem, Pontarlier – or down by the River Jordan, and a whole lot of other stuff – like the club concert & party series “Klub Mildenburg” – is what makes the merry poppins special. Their vivid mix of styles that is expressed in their originals can not be pigeonholed. The majority of the songs have a stylized cabaret flavor with interesting horn riffs complementing the walking bass line nicely. What people have called it? Here’s just a few: „Klezmer, Rhythm & Blues, Swing, Dixie, Urban Roots Reggae, Ska, Balkans Pop, Jive, Polka, Ragtime, Country & Western, After Hours-Jazz,…” – A groovy glocalized mix that has already seduced quite a few people to a dance’ thru the night. Within the last couple of years, the band has advanced from an insiders’ tip to a hot international stage act. Following numerous shows in all kinds of venues, from skanky Jazz clubs to posh castle-resorts, the merry poppins have been invited to play at the International Bansko Jazz Festival 2008 & 12 (Bulgaria), the International Saalfelden Jazzfestival 2008 & 11 (Austria), at Cairo Jazz Festival (Egypt) in 2010 and at Bucharest Europafest in 2011. They have toured Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Egypt, Israel, France and Russia. After the successful release of their debut-album Mildenburg 11, the merry poppins came out with their second album Inspector Malosso in 2009 and in 2011, their first Live album (the merry poppins – Live in Moscow) dropped.
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