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The Schürzenjäger, formerly Zillertaler Schürzenjäger, are one of the most successful bands of Austria. "Schürzenjäger" is a German term for "Heartbreaker", which was first used in the early 1900s. (Literally translated, a Schürzenjäger is a "skirt hunter": Schürze = skirt, Jäger = hunter) The band was founded in 1973; according to the band history, they were named "Schürzenjäger" by a female bartender in Austria during a concert, when they didn't have a band name.
While they started out playing traditional music with modern instruments, their style developed over the years to incorporate folk music, Pop music, and Rock music. One of their first big hits was the "Zillertaler Hochzeitsmarsch", a modern interpretation of a traditional folk dance melody. From then on they began to introduce more rock elements, inspired by their new (1990) drummer Patrick Cox. After "Zillertal Hochzeitsblues (1990)" they moved to the wider German audience under Montana