Fur Ballon

Diese 6köpfige Band aus Linz sieht ihren spirituellen Mentor in der Band Led Zeppelin. Sie scheuen aber auch keine subtilen Experimente, indem sie ihrem Hard Rock zum Beispiel auch 80er Jahre Synthesizer-Bleeps einverleiben.
Utopia's Rise (video version)
Dieser Song erschien bereits auf dem ersten Album, wurde aber für das zweite Album (und für das Videoclip!!!) neu aufgenommen. Inoffiziell heißt der Song auch "Shuttle".

Fur Ballon über sich

Zitat von der Homepage http://privat.ottensheim.at/fur-balloon/: "In February 1998 three friends dreamed to found a new legendary "Rock 'n' Roll" band. Werner Grossmann (bass), Mani Seidl (drums) and Judy Sepan (guitar) made the basis for a resurrection of Rock 'n' Roll and Hard Rock . They started to play some old songs from Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. Quirky Madyn was in the begining responsible for the vocals. But suddendly the faith destroyed all their dreams in only a few seconds. In the evening of the 06-16-98 Werner Grossmann had got a mysterious illness. The next days he was in a coma.
But against our hope he died on the 06-30-98 in Linz. In this faithful time the band stood a little step before the dissolution. But Mike McNoldi, a good friend of Werner and a guitarist who played a few times ago with Judy in the music school was the solution for this problem. In the Autum days they took the name FUR BALLOON. Their first new song was "HOLY MOUNTAIN", a song
which discribes their feelings for Werner. For this song Judy had an inspiration. He took the saw and transformated his feelings into sounds which listen like screams of pain. The mysterious words were written by Seidl, Sepan and McNoldi.

The band never lost their love to animals, special their furs. So everybody wear a fur coat and a fur hat on every gig."

Facts:

aus Traun | *1998
Manuel Seidl (vocals)
Judy Sepan (guitar)
Christian Mayrhofer (guitar)
Christian Cermak (keyboards)
German Schwarz (bass)
Dominik Hofer (drums)

Kontakt:

Management & Booking
Manuel Seidl und Boris Seidl
Tel.: 07229/65555

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