The Fin Jimi Tenor (whose real name is Lassi Lehto) is almost as extravagant as his great idol, Sun Ra. In 1994 the keyboard player had a techno hit with Take Me Baby and he recorded his first CD in his kitchen. Later, for his masterpiece Out of Nowhere, he worked with a large Polish symphony orchestra and then intensively processed the recordings on the computer. In recent years, Tenor seems to have grown into musical maturity as a whimsical, thinking out-of-the-box, European artist. His music ranges from swinging jazz to soul and from Frank Zappa-esque rock to afro beats. Combined with the Belgian big band Flat Earth Society a special experience is assured. With his band, clarinetist and saxophonist Peter Vermeersch is also at home in various musical genres. Film scores, funk, swing, mambo, Latin, cabaret, chansons, free jazz and R&B are brought together ingeniously. Vermeersch allows the music to flow in all directions with his band the Flat Earth Society that consists of members of the now defunct Belgian bands Fukkeduk and X-Legged Sally.