Wills and Kate wedding bash band in trouble

An Austrian band assigned to perform at the most eagerly awaited wedding of this year is facing bankruptcy, it has emerged.Josef Schörkmayr, head of the No Problem Orchestra, revealed some weeks ago that the music group will reportedly rock the wedding party of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London, Great Britain, in April before hitting the stage after the wedding ceremony of Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco, and Charlene Wittstock in July.All eight members of the No Problem Orchestra are mentally disabled music enthusiasts. The band has toured around the world during the past years.Now Schörkmayr revealed that the popular act may disband due to financial difficulties.”Nothing is set in stone,” he said today (Fri), adding that the band’s future was uncertain. Schörkmayr added he may be forced to sell the band’s instruments and tour bus since he has found paying for insurance more and more difficult.Schörkmayr, who has financed the band’s activities with his own assets, hit out at Carinthian Freedom Party (FPK) Councillor Christian Ragger. The right-winger has claimed officials discovered “irregularities” when checking the band’s requests for subsidies.The No Problem Orchestra band manager said: “Ragger should put everything on the table instead of making himself guilty of calumny.”Schörkmayr said the music group would receive nothing but the 22,000 Euros it gets annually from the province of Styria, adding that Ragger was acting in a “cynical and inhuman” way.