The Enderlin Chicks will perform at the benefit for the Rhine Valley Hospital in Kenya on Saturday, September 20, 2014.
Altstätten/Marbach. The future belongs to the very young formation Enderlin Chicks. The siblings caused a sensation for the first time in the show “Die grössten Schweizer Hits”. At that time they presented the songs of the Schmid siblings for Swiss television. Martina and Lucretia grew up on a farm in Appenzell. Their musical roots are in folk music, even as toddlers they were on stage with their family. In the meantime, the sisters have finished their education and started their music career – with the style of music they like best, country.
Universal Music has taken the two talents under its wing and produced an album with the Enderlin Chicks in Nashville. Trendy country/pop songs are the program, which promise a high fun factor at the live performances. They also sing ballads with depth. They know how to surprise their audience. Expectations are high, but the Enderlin Chicks more than live up to them with skill, charm and aplomb.
The benefit event on Saturday, September 20, in the multi-purpose hall Amtacker in Marbach, consists of two parts. They can be attended both or individually: Film premiere and benefit concert. To kick things off, at 6 p.m. (aperitif, 5 p.m.), Swissfilm GmbH will present the premiere of the documentary film “The Promise – the long breath of Stephan Holderegger”. Producer and board member Benjamin Pipa as well as director Lawrence Carls interviewed Stephan Holderegger’s companions and accompanied the
main character to key places in his life. In fifty minutes, the film team paints a multi-layered picture of the hospital initiator. At 8 p.m. (admission 7:30 p.m.) the charity event begins. Victor Rohner will lead through the evening.
Tickets are available at Kühnis Brillen, at the box office or via www.rhein-valley-hospital.org. (vdl/pd)