Howlin‘ ★ King ★ Snake is generally associated with north American and British blues rock, but the German trio is adept at crossing over into other genres as well.

Since their forming in 2006, ERIC KERN (guitar and vocals), STEFAN HUEGLE (bass) and and KUNO HOLECZEK (drums) have been playing their own compilations from 4 releases, augmented with tunes by popular greats from the 60s and 70s in the classic three-man band style. In this spirit, their records are interspersed with tracks by Eric Clapton, CCR, ZZ-Top, Thin Lizzy and others.

For fans of blues and blues rock giants like Rory Gallagher, Robert Johnson, Waters, J.J. Cale, Jimi Hendrix, Cream and Johnny Winter, Howlin’ King Snake delivers an experience that makes one feel musically at home and elegantly guides you through 100 years of musical history to the veritable roots of blues rock.

Howlin’ King Snake is constantly working on stage and in studio to keep the blues alive.

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Guitar & Vocals

   I have always been fascinated by the Bluesguitar players. Isn't it challenging to go on stage, or to the studio and just reflect the momentary emotions with the guitar? The old players had such a strong feeling of freedom when they played.
I would like to carry that tradition grateful and humble into the future.


    At the age of 8 I got the first Djembe. I was 9 years old when I started with drumming lessons. Later I taught myself to perform with the full set.
My musical spectrum ranges from marching, polka, waltz, dance, folk to blues, dixie, jazz, to rock, pop, jazz rock, soul, reggae, latin and fusion.


    Music has always played a major role in my life. When I inherited my brothers bass I had the choice to either hang it on the wall or start to play.
It looks like I did good. No regrets.

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