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The impressive strumming, drumming, and all-around soothing vibe of Acoustik Element will transport guests to a place where cobblestoned streets and warm sunshine rule the day. Acoustik Element is best known for adding a Latin twist to songs by Santana, The Eagles, The Beatles, Bob Marley, and more while also staying true to Latin standards such as “Besame Mucho,” “Sway,” and “Malaguena.”
ÜberCool is a band unlike any other in America:
In addition to Oktoberfest party standards, they play the German Rock/Pop music that is played on German radio stations every day, not just for special events on German holidays. Pop music from Germany has never been heard on American radio stations because it's not in English. For the first time, you can rock and dance to the REAL German music that doesn't need green hats, bratwurst, nor lederhosen.
Big Joe & The Bavarians
Liven up Oktoberfest or bring a touch of German heritage to your next family gathering with Big Joe and the Bavarians. Members Joe Schulte, Mary Ann Schulte, and Randy Holmes are veteran musicians: Joe plays tuba, baritone horn, euphonium, and accordion, Mary Ann plays piano, keyboard, and accordion, and Randy plays trumpet, fluegelhorn, herald trumpet, and piccolo trumpet. Plus, they come clad in traditional German outfits, lederhosen and all.
Strings International- Christos Sarantakis
Christos Sarantakis was born and educated in St. Louis, MO. His parents were both of Greek heritage and as a child he was always listening to European styles of music, mostly Greek. He attended Maryville College in St. Louis, where he studied Music Education and Music Therapy.