Rag songs from Bern
Entertain your guests with excellently written dialect songs, melodiously accompanied and charmingly performed by a young, cheeky, promising Bernese trio. The three musicians play rumbling rag songs, too nice for hell, too bad for benissimo. With the luck of the naïve, the Bernese steer their musical barge called "Schüpp" through the Bermuda Triangle between love, death and nonsense. Let your guests board and enjoy a unique trip around the cliffs of the "bärndütsche Halbrock".
Sharp everyday stories at your event
With touchingly beautiful songs, astute Berndeutsch everyday stories and the heartwarming charm of three bachelors, Schüpp enriches your small or larger event in an unusual but guaranteed exciting way. Whether for people with a jumping heart, a sharp ear for music or a high brow: there is something for everyone at Schüpp.
The musicians, the instruments and the album
At Schüpp, Michael Fuhrer, Lukas Stettler and Daniel Flückiger play with a variety of instruments: harmonium, melodica, ukulele, saxophone, cajón, bell ring, rattle, guitar, wooden frog and much more. And they all sing, sometimes even simultaneously. In 2010 the band could be heard live for the first time, in 2012 their debut album "Cline Fisch" was released.
Songs by Schüpp
|Depending on location and scope|
Included in the price
|-||Fee of the three musicians|
|-||Entire infrastructure for fully acoustic performances|
|-||food and drink|
|-||Technique for amplified performances, if the musicians provide it (but no additional fee for band technicians)|
|-||Optionally also bookable as a duo or solo show. But the full experience is only available with the trio.|
In changing instrumentation: cajón, percussion, guitar, harmonium, melodica, saxophone, ukulele, vocals
Size of audiance50 to 500 people
Space requirements3 X 3 meters
Area of application
All of Switzerland
Schüpp plays fully acoustic in a small setting (up to about 50 people) and brings everything with him. For larger gigs a small PA (12 channels) with approx. 12 mics and stands and 3 monitors is necessary. Also required: a simple stage lighting.