So I stood there on this field full with people , they call it pop evening here and many national bands are performing on this field with almost ten
thousand people listening to it .
Many of the artist also had their trails on pink pop and into the rabbit hole festivals,where also many foreign great artist, come to play You can
compare these festivals like Woodstock.
I'm mostly not the one that goes to festivals like these but discovering totally new musicians whom I never heard from before is something that after
yesterday night completely changed my mind.
I'm a very broad listener of various music styles but music from the past always reminds me that all was build from this music that we hear today.As
I remember the first song that made me learn to know love was Purple rain (prince) its something that you never forget.
So as I stood on this local pop evening not knowing who would preform that evening as intro? Then I see all the girls running up to the stadium , and
surprised as I was the first number that he played was Sugar , I thought I really could hear Prince his music in that sound.
He immediately got my attention and I was stunned how multi talented this guy was , like playing the guitar , piano , and drums , and this incredible
As he he played more songs that evening and and influences like Lenny kravits and Stevie wonder were no problem for him. I noticed that he was freakin
nuts in a good way and looking at his face I noticed a reincarnated Jim Morrison , no wonder his crazy performances took this flight of success.
I think we will surely hear more from this guy I guess.
Well just wanted to express my experience of this artist ,the first words he says in this video are " you've got to promise me that, at the end of the
song everybody falls in love"
so I say listen to his music and decide yourself.....
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