crowd experiences rising Balkan-Fever and goes ape on the first rhythms. Why? Because
''Gruppa Karl-Marx-Stadt'' is in the house and they have brought joie de vivre set to music!
Since 2013, while the world has gone madly into political saber-rattling, the combo from
Chemnitz tries hard to remain the German-Russian friendship. And there is no better way to
do so than by making music! The quintet roams the land with its mixture of self-penned
compositions and cover versions of the Russian Skacore band Leningrad to make BalkanPop socially acceptable. Be it rumba, cha cha or funk – no rhythm is secure from them. The
lyrics are written in a funny and charming manner and deal with everyday situations. True
fans know: there is no shortage of anecdotes either. That fact alone should make you
consider visiting one of the concerts.