Schorsch Hampel (“Schorsch & de Bagasch”) and Arthur Dittlmann (Bayerischer Rundfunk) have recently joined the "Permanente Bluesmaschin" and are playing - what a surprise? - Blues. Because they are slaves of blues a few decades ago. Because they still get goose bumps when a slide guitar wails or a harmonica whines. To listen to Arthur and Schorsch also means: Blues doesn’t make you sad only – a smile is allowed. For instance about pubescent teenagers, the Garden of Eden, lost cellphones in washing machines or what else mishaps can happen. And they also do not mind if there is a slight folk influence in this well-oiled, permanent Bluesmaschine, in which we deeply enmeshed in, whether we like it or not.