"Your Finest Rock-Pop Bootleg"
[north american] illicitly distilled or smuggled alcohol.
The name was derived from a tradition of creating the alcohol during the nighttime, thereby avoiding detection.
definition of the musical genre and style Tom Kondor’s Moonshine is playing.
The word, invented by the band, comes from reversing „pop-rock” with more emphasis on the latter part for it has more weight in the band’s repertoire.
(of alcoholic drink or a recording)
made, distributed, or sold illegally.
i.e. "bootleg cassettes"
an illegal musical recording, especially one made at a concert.
Tom Kondor's Moonshine was formed at the beginning of the 21th century, during the Great Concert Ban. Tom Kondor Band - Szombathely's first legal beer brewing band - formerly made up of law-abiding musicians, began to bring live music, banned due to the worldwide epidemic, to those who were thirsty for it at secret, exclusive venues. Their program, made according to their own "rock-pop" recipe, consisting of songs by famous artists, only became available to the general public after the ban. Since then, they bring the best beside their own songs, such as: Bryan Adams, Queen, Scorpions, Michael Jackson, Whitesnake, Guns 'N Roses, Jonny Lang, Eric Clapton, Bon Jovi, Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Deep Purple, Joe Cocker, AC /DC and others…