Music icon Toni Vescoli has rock n roll in the
Switzerland made great. He is considered the "Swiss Bob Dylan" and has played different styles of music with his band "Les Sauterelles" over the years

Toni Vescoli, born in Zurich on July 18, 1942, is one of the trailblazing pioneers of Swiss rock,
blues and folk scene. In 1962 he founded the beat band Les Sauterelles, which opened for stars such as Cliff Richard and the Rolling Stones. The hits "Hong Kong" and "Heavenly Club" made it into the international charts at the time.

Since the 1970s, the "Swiss Beatle" as
Solo artists or band leaders of the “Sauterelles” reunited in 1996 on the road. He made the Swiss dialect scene socially acceptable and amazed
again and again with changes in style – by one
“Swiss Bob Dylan” to country music.