Maybe, we’re a bit late – but the story is interesting! Passenger is the stage name of Mike Rosenberg, a british folk-rock singer-songwriter. He started his career in the age of 16, went broke fast, but he never stopped, and had to play on the roads to get some money to life. His song “Let her go”, a #1 hit in many countries made hime famous. Today in the newspaper, I saw an interview with him, and he really struggled hard to this archievement.
Think this should be an incentive for all young musicians!
Halfway Homebuoy is an Australian rock and folk band from Sydney. Listen to their awesome song “Life Goes On” —–> MOTIVATION :)
Ray Manzarek – keyboarder of the legendary Doors , died Monday 5-20-2013 at the age of 74. He formed together with Jim Morison the group the Doors
Here is their song – Riders on the Storm
Jeff Hannemann , guitarist of the Trash-Metal band “Slayer “(California) died yesterday due to liver failure at the age of 49 .
DulceSky is an US-american alternative rock and indie band from Salt Lake City, Utah. Listen to their dreamy song “Life as we knew”:
Redfoot is an indie rock and art rock band from New York. Listen to their nice song “Make it Quick”:
A glory moment at the Woodstock Festival – a cry for freedom , impressive – Richie Havens an US American Folk singer became famous with this song , 400000 people at the festival heard his voice and stood up for freedom
Richie Havens died yesterday at the age of 72 by a heartattack. Richie has been the unplanned opening act of the Woodstock festival , because the stars could not get through the crowd in time . With his songs ”Freedom”, “High Flying Bird” or ”I Can’t Make It Anymore” he fascinated the public also with his cover versions of “Eleanor Rigby” or “here comes the sun” (beatles)
In his 30 years active time as a musician he published 30 longplayer
Banda Gentileza is a brazilian band from Curitiba, Brazil, formed in 2005. Listen to their great song ” Afinal de Contas”.
Warumpi Band were an Australian country and Aboriginal rock group which formed in the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory in 1980.The Warumpi Band were formed in 1980 in Papunya – an outback settlement about 240 kilometres (150 mi) north-west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory – as a country and Aboriginal rockgroup. (wikipedia )
Here is their song “Black Fella, White Fella”
and my Island Home
City is a german band, formed in 1972 in eastern Berlin in the DDR. The had a great success with their nice piece “Am Fenster”, in 1977: