Thursday, June 9, 8:00 p.m.
at the Gehestr. 8


Mark Holub – Drums

Chris Janka – Guitar

Pamelia Stickney – Theremin

an event by geh8 and Jazzclub Tonne
Entry prize: 14,- € / 10,- € (red.)


Three elite musicians sit – no, move – between all chairs, have a lot of fun and convey this to the listener. BLUEBLUT are not entertainment music by any means, but they are exciting.

Theremin, drums and e-guitar let the first familiar seeming disintegrate and transform into a hodgepodge of improvisations and compositions. From chaos to progressive stasis, but with a path in mind, from free jazz to noise, electronica to progressive rock and back again.

Mark Holub, Chris Janka and Pamelia Stickney, are all no strangers to the music circuit. The American Pamelia Stickney (formerly Kurstin) is probably the world’s best-known theremin player, and has worked with David Byrne, Yoko Ono, Barbez, Max Nagl, Otto Lechner and many others.

Mark Holub, an American by birth, is a busy drummer and bandleader, e.g. of Led Bib.

And Chris Janka is not only known as a composer and guitarist, but he is also the inventor of such illustrious art projects as the corkscrew ballet, the spark guitar amplifier “Sparklyfier” or the cuddly oil slick “Oilslick”.

The joint band Blueblut then again stands for itself independently of what was and what else is.

The concert, which was initially planned for the Jazzclub Tonne, will now take place in our halls. We are looking forward!

„the most effective wake-up call you could ever experience” (Louder Than War, 2014)

“an excellent off-the-cuff set” (Jazzwise, 2014)

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