In 1998, three friends from Recklinghausen embarked on a musical journey that has not ended to this day. Under the motto "Freedom for the recorder" they are on the road with their unusual line-up of recorder, guitar and double bass to bring their kind of wood music to the people. From dark cellar vaults to well-known stages, from the far north to the deepest south: everywhere they provide for amazed and finally enthusiastic listeners.
Moving between rock and jazz, ballads and children's songs, they create something all their own, the dense, intoxicating wood sound: brilliantly interlocking guitar and double bass lines, amazing changes of tempo and mood, and masterful improvisation.
Over the years, the instrumentation has also expanded. As many as 15 recorders are used in the concerts, from the small sopranino recorder to the 2-meter sub-big bass recorder. Guitar and double bass are now joined by mandolin, jazz guitar and sometimes even the singing saw. What has not changed is the irrepressible joy of playing of the three wild Holz-Buam. And they'll be around for the next 25 years.This content has been machine translated.