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  1. If you'd like to see a rock and pop covers band this evening, then come along to the Linie Neun in Griesheim (next door to Darmstadt) and see the band Fuzzy Duck play a wide range of songs from way-back-when to round-about-now.   Music starts at 21:00. Entry is FREE !   It's been so long since we payed a love gig we decided to pay for this one ourselves. More details under  https://www.facebook.com/fuzzyduckband/  
  2. Hi folks!   Has anyone got any recommendations for good bands to seek out who play good soulful Irish folk on St. Patrick's Day in Berlin?  Preferably actually on St. Patrick's Day (i.e. the 17th March, not the 16th).   Thanks! Saamah
  3. If you are looking for an English-speaking music school for your children or for you, International Music School, Munich is a private music school in Munich, providing high quality music education (different instrumental lessons available) for children, adolescents and adults.  According to the availability of our teachers, lessons can be scheduled on Monday to Friday from 15:15-19:45 at AuGlobal e.V. Paulanerplatz 10, 81669 München. For more information and for enrollment please see website:  www.int-music-school.com ims.munich@gmail.com Lola & Isabelle
  4. International Music School, Munich GbR is a private music school in Munich, providing high quality music education (different instrumental lessons available) for children, adolescents and adults.  According to the availability of our teachers, lessons can be scheduled on Monday to Friday from 15:15-19:45 at AuGlobal e.V. Paulanerplatz 10, 81669 München. For more information and for enrollment please see website:  www.int-music-school.com ims.munich@gmail.com
  5. Looking for some partners to start playing music together, in Munich. Anything that could be fun, from blues and rock'n roll, to heavy metal, power metal, symphonic metal, or folk with different influences. I have some experience playing the guitar, flutes and mundharmonika. Let's have fun and see where this can go!   Some ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hf3eM8m9AM&list=PLtxqYWAubMF3B6RWMJXoiMZBDb0Qo0qJ7&t=0s&index=56       
  6. Hello,   I am a bassist (electric not stand up) and wondering if anyone might be interested in putting together an ensemble with a view to doing some jamming, perhaps a couple of gigs? I have in mind to mainly do originals but perhaps a few interesting covers?   I was thinking drums and keyboard/synth for definite and then perhaps guitar, sax and trumpet?    References for sound could be Vells Trio, Donny McCaslin, GoGo Penguin and similar new jazz stuff plus classic 60s/70s/80s fusion: Herbie Hancock, Roy Ayers, Fred Wesley, Isaac Hayes. Could also open out to soundtrack and library music in the Lalo Schifrin, Jack Arel, Francis Lai vain.   If you would be interested please reply here or drop me a line on 0176 75153787.   Cheers!   Jez    
  7. Looking for some partners to start playing music together. Anything that could be fun, from blues and rock'n roll, to heavy metal, power metal, symphonic metal, or folk with different influences. I have some experience playing the guitar, flutes and mundharmonika. Let's have fun and see where this can go!   Some ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hf3eM8m9AM&list=PLtxqYWAubMF3B6RWMJXoiMZBDb0Qo0qJ7&t=0s&index=56