When Marius comes alone, he is a little more shy than usual. His fellow hunters admittedly mean "shyer" than usual. So that he doesn't feel too alone, he depends on the cooperation of the children in the audience. He is used to being surrounded by hunters playing music. That's why he often calls "substitute hunters" onto the stage.
So he occasionally enchants children so that they suddenly become capable of playing the guitar, so that they can accompany him in the song "Stinkschnegg". The choice of songs is also special. Marius likes to play quieter pieces or songs from the hunting band CDs that are never or no longer played live by the hunters. It is certain that Marius, when he has lost his shyness, has brought every hall to a boil even on his own.
Vocals, guitar, foot drum: Marius Tschirky
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