The advocate plays his solos with the same intensity with which he used to make his pleas. The cultural engineer works the bass with thumb and bow with mathematical precision, grounding the band. One social worker with a guitar and dog holds the band together musically, just as he has always led groups. The other social worker forms a conspiratorial duo with his colleague. The family doctor writes songs instead of prescriptions.
Pepperongino exists only live, no piece is played exactly the same twice, is entertaining, sometimes a bit weird, but always original, exists only with audience, offers entertainment with seriousness and humor, drifts away with soulful ballads and makes the legs fidgety with dances from home and abroad.
Performers and additional information: Edy Riesen (voc, blues harp, perc), Gino Suter (viol), Eric Vuille-Gautier (g, voc, bodhran), Heinz Widmer (g) and Matthias Zimmermann (b, voc).
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