Live | Crazy Lixx – support Mr. Myst & Extasy – Café de Meister-Geleen [NL]

30 October 2022

Under the banner ‘DMC Halloween Party’ a number of bands, with headliner Crazy Lixx, were rocking on Sunday evening in Muziekcafé De Meister, in Geleen. Originally, this event was to take place in Antwerp, however, due to circumstances, the event had to be moved and luckily De Meister was found as the new location at the last minute.

I had already seen opening act John L a few weeks ago, as support for Shakra, so I skipped this act for today. When I arrived in Geleen around 5 pm, todays crime scene turned out to be a cozy medium sized pub.


Singer Silvia Idoate (Xtasy)

The first band for me was Xtasy from Spain. After a short change over and souncheck, they managed to deliver a nice set. Under the enthusiastic leadership of singer Silvia Idoate, this band blasted the songs from their latest album ‘Eye Of The Storm’ for an hour.

drummer Abel Sequera (Xtasy)

The sound was good and especially drummer Abel Sequera impressed me with his dynamic way of drumming. He also provided the drive that this band needed to make a great performance. For sure an enjoyable performance!!


Mr. Myst

Second act for today was the sleaze rock Band Mr. Myst from Ostend (Belgium). An enthusiastic band, which sometimes goes wonderfully over the top. With even some [unobvious] covers, such as Roxette’s ,,The Look’’ and Elton John’s ,,I’m Still Standing’’ in their set.

Mr. Myst

As far as I’m concerned a nice band, but for my taste perhaps a little less musically than their predecessors Xtasy. By the way, Mr. Myst will also play at the upcoming edition of the Glam Slam Festival and the men more than rightly deserve that spot.


Singer Danny Rexon (Crazy Lixx)

After another short changeover, the first tones of Crazy Lixx‘s intro sounded through the speakers. De Meister had filled up nicely by now, but it was especially clear during the first songs that these Swedes had to adept to tonight’s smaller setting. Read a stage of about 25m2. With some fitting and measuring it all fits and the men can fire a lovely set of ‘80s’ melodic rock at us.

Guitarist Chrisse Olsson (Crazy Lixx)

Singer Danny Rexon did have some problems with his wireless microphone, probably because normally there are no people directly next to the equipment. After he asked not to use mobile phones near his equipment, this challenge was largely solved. The sound was also of a more than excellent quality and the band managed to give a good performance. This was the first time Crazy Lixx played in a Dutch venue and as far as I’m concerned these gentlemen could have played half an hour longer. After just under 80 minutes it was unfortunately already done and an encore was unfortunately not possible today. Too bad, however, the band members were present immediately after the performance to chat with the fans and to take pictures.

Bassist Jens Anderson

All in all a very successful and fun event and I was able to go home with a satisfied feeling. Next time when Crazy Lixx is around I will definitely go again, because it was a good and energetic performance.

Crazy Lixx


Intro: Enter The Dojo

Rise Above

Hell Raising Woman

Wild Child

Girls Of The 80s

Walk The Wire

Silent Thunder


Anthem For America

21 Till I Die

Ain’t No Rest in Rock’n’Roll


Forever And A Day

Stand Up

Freak Like Me


We Will Rise


I’m Still Standing

Set Me Free

The Look

Jack D



Perfect Strangers

Nowhere To Run


Said And Done

Flesh And Blood

Silent Heroes

Under The Gun

Welcome To My World

Play With Fire

The War

Into The Fire

Eye Of The Storm

Die Young

All photos by Raymond Helebrand



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