An 80’s Dance Floor Oom-Pah-Ty
Just when you thought Bavarian brass music couldn't get any more neat-o, enter the lederhosen-clad Menschen of Musik, Oompah! Not content with just joyful beer-drinking party sounds, they've teamed up with Libby Hammer to create a thundering one-hour 80s musical romp of Teutonic proportions.
This is a high energy live music show that jams 30 classic 1980’s hits into 60min. Oompah (4-piece brass band) is joined by legendary Perth vocalist Libby Hammer and a retro drum machine and the show is basically a giant medley of all your favourite songs and is a lot fun.
The songs have been arranged to be in a German oom-pah-pah style to add to the silliness and fun, with all the musicians dress up in lederhosen and dirndl. Libby has a German background so she includes some translations of verses to songs like ‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’ and ‘U Can’t Touch This’ to add to the comedy of the show.
Form and Style
60min live music show
We are all professional musicians and teachers so we are open to workshops of any musical capacity.
“Just so much fun. My partner thought it was the best Fringe show she has seen. Everything a Fringe show should have wacky funny and full of life just so good.” – Warren A, Fringe audience
“This was a fun time. Couldn’t help but dance and sing along. The Roland [drum machine] combined with the oompah was just *chefs kiss*” – Greta B, Fringe audience
“BEST SHOW EVER!!!!!” – Nardia B, Fringe audience
Available Marketing Collaterals
We have professional promo photos, press blurbs and a highlight videos from our Fringe season.
All 5 musicians have been involved in the Perth music scene for many decades.
Libby Hammer: vocalist who has led the Hip Mo Toast Big Band and small groups since the mid 90’s and has toured nationally and internationally.
Ricki Malet: Trumpeter and educator, performing with jazz, pop, funk and hip hop artists.
Ben Collins: Musician and audio technician with decades of experience.
Mace Francis: Musician and artistic director of WA Youth Jazz Orchestra and Perth International jazz Festival
Marty Pervan: Highly in demand multi-instrumentalist, performs with the WA Jazz Project and is head of brass at Guildford Grammar
AvailabilityIdeally school holiday
ArtformsComedy, Live Music
AudienceThose who grew up listening to the hits of the 1980s. Anyone aged 40 plus
Bump In1 hour
Bump Out1 hour
CostsWeekly Fee: $10,000
Per Show Fee: $2,000 exc GST
Company ContactsMace Francis
0402 723 742
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Venue FormatAny theatre set up or stage - nothing specific
Maximum performances a week: 6
Does this show require a remount? No
First Possible Performance: 1 hour after bump in
Minimum Break Between Shows: One show a day
Minimum stage dimensions: 4×4
Staging and Set Description: See stage plot in Resources
Lighting requirements: Simple wash
Audio requirements: PA, 4x instrument mics, 1x head set mic, 1x DI, 2 separate monitor sends
Other technical or performance notes: