Dance and entertainment at your party
The two musicians Räbse and Gnom have been successful dance and entertainment musicians on stage for years. Since spring 2016 they have been creating a good atmosphere together. The diverse repertoire of the cheerful musicians from the Fricktal Valley ranges from hits and folk music to country, oldies and rock 'n' roll and current party songs.
A performance according to your wishes
The pop band "Räbse Gnom" entertains your guests always in a pleasant volume with good singing and the instruments keyboard, guitar, accordion and banjo. Whether birthday party, wedding celebration or any other family celebration, whether a club event or a company event, whether Oktoberfest or New Year's Eve party: The experienced musicians adapt their performance to your event and make it a success.
The musicians and their band history
Tobias Kaiser alias "Gnom" and Urs Rebsamen alias "Räbse" both play several instruments since their childhood. Gnom hits the keys on the keyboard and the hand organ and sometimes makes his saxophone sound during spontaneous unplugged sessions. Then Räbse, who otherwise plays guitar and banjo, brings out the accordion.
Before the duo got together, Gnom thrilled the audience for 15 years as a solo entertainer. Räbse played in various orchestras for many years, including the Guido Hansen Show Band and with his son as "Duo Räbse".
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Duo with keyboard, guitar, accordion, banjo and vocals
Size of audiance50 to 1000 people
Space requirements4 x 4 m
Weddings, birthdays, club and company events, parties of all kinds, federal and New Year's Eve celebrations, Oktoberfest, carnival events, appearances in restaurants and hotels
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Area of application
Whole of Switzerland and neighbouring countries
The band will bring their own sound and lighting equipment. For performances in front of more than 1000 people an additional PA system is required.