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Suddenly a traffic jam in Germany turned into a special concert thanks to these four red-haired limburgers: “They went out dancing” |  shoot

Suddenly a traffic jam in Germany turned into a special concert thanks to these four red-haired limburgers: “They went out dancing” | shoot

They had just completed a number of concerts in Friedrichshafen, Germany, and Genbach, Austria, when Floris Willem (30), Gert Peyten (27), Dries Peyten (29) and Simon Schroten (25) stumbled upon their way back to their home base. In Belt in a traffic jam. “There was a long traffic jam, and we stood still for an hour, and of course the cars around us did that,” Gert begins. Together the quartet forms the band “Floris and the Flames,” and with all their instruments, they quickly come up with an idea: “Let’s make this a fun moment and light up the people around us.” In short, well cooked. All the travelers on the German Autobahn enjoyed the swaying sounds of the musical group.

“It was so much fun because we were going from car to car and in each car people were filming, clapping or even going out dancing,” Gert continues. “It was nice to be so appreciated. Of course, everyone stood still, and that way we were able to turn the traffic jam into a fun moment.

What genre do friends play? “It's best compared to a pop band where you replace the singer with a violinist. We rework classical music, but also our own compositions or cover artists like Queen or Led Zeppelin. We make a mix between different genres of classical music, folk, pop, jazz, rock, . …And always in a fiery jacket! And you can take that literally because surprisingly all four band members have red hair color. “So it can always be fiery and spiritual!”

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