I have been interested in music since I was very young. When I was about 6 or 7 years old I was given a small toy piano and I remember
lying on the living room floor, the piano in front of me and playing along to the tunes which I heard on the television. Later in school I joined
the school choir and this is where my interest in singing started. When I was older I joined the music school. I was however not seeking
the classical education like most people do, I simply wanted to play the songs I liked.
My interest in music goes back to the sound of the seventies and eighties because of the harmonious, easy to sing along tunes. Like for instance Abba, Elton John, Modern Talking, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Michael Bolton, etc. But it’s the music and the sound of the Bee Gees I like the most. The guys made wonderful music over a period of more than 50 years. At the time they got started they were touched by the music of the Everly Brothers and looked up to the Beatles and others. I am inspired the most by the music they made. On one occasion I had the privilege of meeting Barry and on several occasions Robin but unfortunately I never got the chance to say Hello to Maurice.
What I found out about music is that it touches us all and it acts like a sort of glue, bonding people and fans of all kinds of music and styles. Basically it starts when we are very little. Our mothers and fathers don´t talk to us, they sing, remember? And so, music accompanies us through life.
I have been writing and composing songs since 2014 and so to-date I have written a couple of songs. I consider them as good demos but they are not yet ready to be released. They still need some polishing but I am working on that, slowly but surely. Now and then I do some live appearances which is always a good moment to see how the song(s) affects the audience.
That leaves me with the question: What is my music style? I don´t know. What I do know, is that music is my style.