the self-proclaimed "most insignificant band in the world".
Since its inception in 2001, the self-proclaimed "most insignificant band in the world" has evolved from pubescent school band format to something else. Not more significant. But busier. 1,900 gigs are behind Nobody Knows, a double first place at the German Rock and Pop Awards in the categories "Audience Award" and "German Country & Folk Award" and still the unknowns refuse to grow up. And "grown up" here means "experienced". What the quartet will present on stage is not on any list. So the program is left to the spontaneous inspirations of the musicians. And in spontaneity lies the "recipe for success" of Nobody Knows. Self-irony, text and musical improvisation as well as excessive joy of playing make Nobody Knows what they are: No virtuosos, but skilled ones. With Busch, Tucholsky and Goethe, the band continues to serve up a genre-crossing folk-polka mix that they describe as "postmodern, West German folklore with a Northwest European touch and East Occidental rhythms." For two decades now, the most insignificant band in the world has been fighting the mortal enemy of creativity: routine. And so far it has done so with success. Pardon, Erfolk! And a good portion of North-Moravian dialect. 16 albums have already been released. Another 43 are planned, and until then it is called: Who does not come, is not there. Be wild and cheeky and wanderable! So ruff uffs parquet and mitjetanzt!