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City Winery - Chicago
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The Kruger Brothers is an American folk band best known as one of the most influential ensembles of the genre, comprising of Joel Landsberg on bass and harmony vocals, Uwe Kruger on guitar, harmony and lead vocals, and Jens Kruger on harmony vocals and banjo. Some of their recent albums include Best of Kruger Brothers, Appalachian Concerto, Christmas magic, Forever and a Day, Between the Notes, and The Suite. The trio is considered to be quite exceptional on the acoustic music front in North America, particularly by the artists. They have gained significant attention from legendary musicians from the likes of Bobby Hicks, Tut Taylor, Doc Watson, and Bill Monroe.
The sound of The Kruger Brothers has been identified as classical, bluegrass and sometimes, even jazz while their music has been described as a mix of all these and more. Their music only ventured further on to incorporate forms and themes of classic genre, which is most obvious in their 2011 release titled Appalachian Concerto; composed in 2010, the release is a work of guitar, string quartet, bass and banjo. The piece, being beautiful, innovative as well as challenging, has taken the ensemble to a wholly new level of artistic abilities. From its very first notes to the final cadence, it celebrates Appalachia and its history, culture and landscape. The Kruger Brothers tickets have only become a more popular treat among acoustic music fans who can understand the various textures the trio's music features.
Originally from Switzerland, The Kruger Brothers' members Uwe Kruger and Jen Krugers relocated to USA, where they started performing North American folk music in their early phase. During this time they were particularly fascinated with the recordings of Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Doc Watson and other prominent figures from country, folk and bluegrass genres back then. The band's first public appearance came as a duo, while walking down the streets of several cities across western and eastern Europe. After signing a recording contract along with a radio show on SSR SRG, Swiss Public broadcaster, the artists brought in bass player Joel Landberg and debuted as a trio that has now been performing professionally for over almost two decades. The group's first recording project as a trio was called Behind the Barn, Vol. 2, released in 1997. At the start of their career, The band stayed quite close to the traditional repertoire, later turning to song composition and writing from personal experiences in order to let the material reflect who they really are. What resulted was a colorful string of songs that were distinct owing to their wealth of details and profound insight into the complexity and delicacy of day to day life. Another distinctive aspect of their music is the composition and banjo-playing of Jens Kruger; the latter plays a melodic style which, although is rooted in the three-finger method popularized by Earl Scruggs and Snuffy Jenkins, also stands apart due to its lengthy melodic passages alongside intricate compositional styles.
The Kruger Brothers' much-loved work Appalachian Concerto was commissioned by the Arts Council of Ashe County, as a way of bringing together different artists in collaborative and creative ways, providing the County with innovative new pieces based on the region's art culture. Through this piece, the Krugers have highlighted the textual sound spectrum of banjos as unique solo instruments, while also showcasing Jen Kruger's extraordinary skills as an arranger and composer.
In 2007, The Kruger Brothers alongside Bangor Symphony Orchestra received an accolade from the prestigious National Endowment for Arts in the category of Artistic Excellence. They won the award for their piece called Music From the Spring, which was an eighty-four minute symphony piece orchestrated and composed by Jen Kruger. The piece was premiered under the direction of Xiao-Lu Li at the well known Orono Center for Arts. Since then the piece has been performed by symphonies all over the United States. Jens Kruger was welcomed into Blue Ridge Music Hall for Fame in 2011, in the category of Regional Musician. The trio's live performance is perhaps the only one of its rare kind, so grab some cheap The Kruger Brothers tickets and be there to experience the powerful acoustics.