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Crazyeventik organisiert Parties und Festivals, vermittelt und coacht Bands und bucht Konzertprogramme für Clubs. Sei es ein Diner-Pianist, eine zwölfköpfige Swing Big Band oder eine mexikanische Mariacchi Kappelle: Crazyeventik hat garantiert die passende Lösung!

Seit 1998 gehört die Konzert- und Booking Agentur mit Sitz in Luzern zu den erfahrensten und innovativsten auf dem Rock and Roll Parkett Europas. Vermittelt und gecoacht werden in erster Linie Bands aus den Sparten Rock'n'Roll, Rockabilly, Country, Swing, Jazz, Rhythm'n'Blues, aber auch Surf, Rocksteady und Jamaican Ska.

the ambassadors of rhythm’n rockin blues

die Geschichte bisher:

Die Band besteht aus fünf internationalen Musikern. Zusammen haben sie fast dreißig Jahre Musikerfahrung auf der ganzen Welt mit verschiedenen Formationen. An einem heissen Augusttag vor etwa fünf Jahren, trafen sie sich zufällig auf einer Party. Nach ausgiebigem Tequila Konsum, spielte man sich eine ganze Nacht durch ein Fundus an gemeinsamen Musikbackground. Am nächsten Tag beim Mittagessen beschlossen sie eine Band zu gründen. Die HOO DOO SINNERS waren geboren…Seitdem sind der englische Sänger, der italienische Gitarrist, der Deutsche Saxophonist, der Schweizer Schlagzeuger und der italienische Bassist in der Mission


the Story so far:

the band is made up of five international musicians who have been playing around the world for almost thirty years with different formations, a hot August day about five years ago they met by chance on a Rockabilly party and for fun after having drained a few bottles Tequila improvised a jam, incredibly the audience asked to play again and again and again until the drummer vomited 'the soul. The next day, coincidentally, they met in the same room to have lunch with their friends and after having discussed the previous evening decided to form a band. Since then, the English singer, the Italien guitarist, the German saxophonist, the Swiss drummer and the Italian bass player are inseparable.

The Band are:

Nico Sinner – Vocals & Screams

Pietro Capone – Guitar

Borgio Bo – Dog House Bass

Pat Madison – Second Guitar and Saxophon

Pistolero Pepe – Drums





Rawkin blues with a punk attitude

Dies ist eine Kurzgeschichte über einen langen Bart. Eine kleine Geschichte über einen großen Zwischenfall, der den Stil geprägt hat dieser Band. Eine Geschichte über zwei Typen mit Bass, Mundharmonika, Schlagzeug und einem Sänger mit dem oben erwähnten langen Bart. Zwei Jungs auf einer Mission, um der Welt zu beweisen, wie mächtig der Blues sein kann. Lehrten ihr Publikum "kein Gitarrist benötigt". Vor vielen Jahren hatten sie einmal einen Gitarristen. Eines Nachts hatten sie kein Geld mehr, um ihn in einer kleinen Stadt zu retten. Mit einer Anzahl leerer Whiskyflaschen in einem zerstörten Hotelzimmer gab es kein zurück mehr. Sie wurden ihrem eigenen einzigartigen Klang überlassen. Kleine Band mit großem Sound. Kein Gitarrist benötigt.

Lass Euch von dieser Combo ÜBERZEUGEN !!!

Was Sie hören, ist nicht das, was Sie bekommen! Sie werden hier viel mehr bekommen! Ausgestattet mit einem kleinen „Orchester“ (Schlagzeug, Mundharmonika, Kontrabass und Gesang) liefern diese beiden Jungs Blues vom Feinsten. Rein, roh und mit VIEL POWER! Schlagzeuger David Karlinger konzentriert sich in dieser Band auf seine Mundharmonika und spielt das Drum mit den Füßen. Bernie Miller spielt den Kontrabass und ist der Mann am Mikrofon. Wenn Sie nicht glauben, dass diese beiden nicht ausreichen, um einen kraftvollen Sound zu erzeugen, dann sollten Sie Zeuge werden der nächsten Live-Show der beiden ...


This is a short story about a long beard. A small story about a big incident that formed the style of this band. A tale about two guys with a bass, harmonica, drums and a singer with the above-mentioned long beard. Two guys on a mission to prove the world how powerful the blues can be. Teaching their audience "no guitar player needed". Many years ago, they once had a guitar player. One night, they were left with no money left to bail him out in that small town. With a number of empty whiskey bottles left in a destroyed hotelroom, there was no going back. They were left to their own unique sound. Small band with a big sound. No guitar player needed.

Let them BLOW YOU AWAY!!!

What you hear ISN'T what you get! You´ll get a lot more here! Equipped only with a small “orchestra”, (drums, harmonica, double bass and vocals), these 2 guys deliver blues at it´s best. Pure, raw, and hard-hittin'! Drummer David Karlinger concentrates on his harmonica chops in this band and works the drums with his feet. Bernie Miller slaps that double bass and is the man on the microphone as well. If you don´t believe that these two aren't enough to produce a forceful sound then you should witness the next live show of the two...








  • Johnny Bluth: Vocal/Rhythm Guitar/Harp

  • Giorgio Semeraro: Doublebass

  • Juan Peduto: Electric Guitar

  • Pistolero Pepe: Drums/Percussion

“I was born on October 9th, 1980 in Nürtingen/Germany and grew up in a one horse town (Schlattstall/South Germany) with 120 habitants. As a child I always heard people saying “You’re nothing but trouble!” This gave the name Johnny Trouble in 1997. My first guitar I bought at age 13. At this time my only interest was making music. School work and marks slowly turned bad because my guitar seemed to be more important than schoolwork. The last years at school I became absent and they kicked me out. At that time I already had a couple of bands and played several small gigs.

My musical tastes had already started by the age of 7, I had heard Johnny Cash for the first time and after some tastes in punk, blues and folk I came back to country and rockabilly in 2000. Hank Williams, Johnny Horton, Marty Robbins, Elvis Presley, Kris Kristofferson were my heroes. The influence of blues, punk and folk still where entrenched.
Furry Lewis, Fred McDowell, Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan, Sex Pistols - great artists for me.

After my father died I struggled around with different jobs trying to make my living. Landscaper, carpenter, removals and so on, but I always wanted to make my living with music.

In 2002 I first met Tall Tony and his doublebass…2 weeks later bluesharp-player White Dynamite joined us. I wanted to work out a couple of songs with these guys and I was looking for a room to practice. But they persuaded me to play on street corners…So here we where, busking almost every day and we made good money with it. The problem was that we spend all the money on booze in Stuttgarts nightclubs and music-pubs.
Around 2004 Felix Berchtold joined the band. The last time he held a guitar in his hand he was a little child. So he played the rhythm chords and I was able to play electric guitar. Two or three years later Felix guitar playing out stripped me and we changed instruments. That gave me the opportunity to concentrate on singing and songwriting.

We had several drummers that we changed like our underwear. White Dynamite dropped out of the band. In 2006 Wendl Längle joined the band with his steelguitar and one year later our first album “The Rhythm Of The Railroad track” came out. The first 6 songs were self penned, I had wrote them in two weeks. The rest of the album we filled with songs which we found in Wendls Vinyl collection. The recordings for this album we made in my living room with just one microphone. Shortly later I released the album “Starring As Rambling Man”. The songs for this album I wrote and recorded between 2002 and 2005.

Around 2008 we played two shows in Switzerland. We were playing encores and Pistolero Pepe came on stage with just one snaredrum just for fun. I always loved the sound of a snaredrum and was fascinated which led me to begging him to be a steady member of the band. I wrote new songs and we made the recordings to the album “Rainy Days” With this album we played almost whole Europe. Requests from Spain, Italy, France, Swiss, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Russia and Germany came in. During that time Wendl dropped out of the band.

Felix married and moved out of my house. The empty rooms became the recording studio “Running Gun Recordings” . After private disasters I got in touch with the British photographer Joe Kelly ( through the media FaceBook we became good friends with Joe writing lyrics and providing photos for the album, me providing music ) Enough material for a new album was together and a new CD was born “That’s Love”. We recorded as well a 7′ with two songs from “The Rhythm Of The Railroadtrack” (Prison Bound/Lonesome Guitar). Because of a wager with Stevie Schulze a Vinyl LP with songs from all albums is coming out soon. Most of the songs are re-recordings and also includes a new song called “The Johnny Trouble Theme”.

For the future, I am very excited with a busy schedule for recording and lots of live shows, also ecstatic about an upcoming tour in USA and Mexico this year…”

Yours Johnny Bluth






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