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by Keiser Twins

Drummer Walter Keiser and Bassist Peter Keiser are sidemen. Standing in the shadow of frontmen and woman, they are the backbone to many famous artists. From Andreas Vollenweider to Florian Ast, Blues Max, Phil Carmen, etc.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Smooth Truck
4:58 album only
2. Gentle Breeze
5:19 album only
3. Black Ash
3:32 album only
4. Funky Twist
2:59 album only
5. Song for Sophie
3:54 album only
6. Strong
3:55 album only
7. Brand New Song
5:29 album only
8. Clumsy Dancer
4:48 album only
9. I Take What I Want
2:59 album only
10. Je Suis Fatigué
5:21 album only
11. Looking Outside
3:26 album only
12. Hard to Handle
3:18 album only
13. Recoaro (For Arlette)
2:38 album only
14. Egg Salad (Bonus Track)
2:53 album only


Album Notes
The rhythm section duo is ready to turn the tables and step out of the shadows. This fall
they will produce their new project, an album called „Guest List“. It will be recorded in the
legendary Powerplay-Studios. The guest list will include artists like Gölä, Sandra Studer, Co
Gfeller, Jesse Ritch and many more. Following the production of this album, the brothers will
be taking their project on tour, accompanied by close friends John Woolloff (Guitar) and Martin
Chabloz (Keyboard). Different singers will be featured at each concert as special guests.
How will this whole thing sound? Like the Keiser’s childhood heroes: Rhythmic, melodic
Soul-Funk. It will sound imperial!
This new project will officially be launched early next year. It forms the core of the marketing
and communication strategy for the Swiss tour. Since the Keiser twins are each turning 65 and
they are releasing this solo project, the media has already shown interest. This birthday will
be celebrated with a magnificent concert including great musicians and singers, and hopefully
a famous well-wisher or two. Save the date: April first. This is no joke...but it is a Monday.
Aren’t famous musicians usually off on Mondays?
PS: What should not go unmentioned: The Keiser’s music history goes far back to the time
before the second world war. When the mother of these two exceptional musicians was a legend
herself, Marthely Mumentaler. „Nach em Räge schiind d'Sunne". Google it...



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