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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Mike Seeber Trio

Mike Seeber trio wins German Blues Challenge As the winners were announced, they could hardly believe it: the Mike Seeber trio (Dresden / Aschersleben) is the winner of the German Blues challenge 2013 and will represent Germany at two major international Blues competitions. Great backdrop the German Blues awards in 10 categories were carried in the Eutin brewery on Saturday, September 21, awarded and at the same time the German Blues Challenge. Seeber Nominated for five bands, via a public online voting, played 30 minutes before an international panel of experts, to determine the winner of the German Blues challenge. The winner qualifies for the European elimination (European Blues challenge) in Riga (Latvia) and for the global finals (International Blues challenge in Memphis United States), each in the coming spring. Also, an appearance at the Eutin Festival of Blues beckons 2014. The competition bands to the German Blues challenge 2013 (Cologne Blues Club, Jimmy Reiter band, Lausitzblues, MikeSeeber trio, Richie Arndt & RAWcoustic) rousing performances, with varied blues at a high international level offered to the public. At the end, that was Mike Seeber trio (Mike Seeber - guitar, vocals / Philipp Rösch-Bass-/ Tobias Ridder drum) to the general enthusiasm of the audience the famous nose front. The band from Dresden/Aschersleben (Saxony) impressed with equally powerful as soulful blues rock, very "honestly" and authentic scoured with audience and jury. In addition there were concerts Blues project, and the final concert with subsequent session, with George Schroeter & mark Banham, as well as the German of the only 14 year old guitarist Kalle Reuter and Bernd Römer (Carat) to the delight of the crowd vigorously mixed with. At the end, 02,00 in the morning, the organizing Baltic Blues e.V. could pull a content summary about a successful event: "full hut, happy winners and an enthusiastic going with audience - there remain open... nothing to be desired".

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