Welcome friend. To begin, let's start with music, since it's why we're here in the first place.
If you press play you can hear my latest song, "Like Lovers Do".
If you want to bring this with you on your journey then please, welcome into the store
There are few things I find as frustrating and boring as writing an "about page". A "bio"
Hmm, I think I've broken about 50 rules opening with that. Oh well.
According to those who know better, I should use this space to tell you about "the product" and not about me (though as a singer this feels slightly akward since I am the product).
I'm also supposed to make it short, informative, fun and very very clever.
Since I'm neither that clever, nor that funny and I don't sell mugs, t-shirts, books or a service-for-your-business-needs I've decided to turn down the rules of the rulers.
So instead. This is who I am.
I am a singer, a songwriter, a guide (yes, on paper) and professional traveller (yes, on paper).
When I went through my bookcase yesterday I found 40 books that are waiting to be read.
I like bling and I like folklore. I sometimes use plastic and then I feel bad.
I'm green when I can.
I like my car a lot though.
I enjoy listening to music in language I don't really understand. And I sing along too. Sometimes I have no idea what I'm saying.
I watch way too much TV and I drink a lot of coffee. Of that you can't have too much.
Oh, and if you still want a short breakdown of what I've done, well ok then:
My previous work have been on the Beatport Trance chart, been mentioned by DJ/music producer Markus Schulz and played on radio stations like FunRadio 95,3.
I've performed for over 15.000 people during events connected to Eurovision 2012 in Malmö. This was fun. Equally as fun was the time I danced as one of the seven dwarfs in a number of Snow White at a local mall. Honestly.
If you want to read my musings on travel, culture, books and general thoughts well then you should go and peruse this section, that I call ”Musings”. Because it's a good word, isn't it? You find them here.
If you continue to scroll though, you will find two sections dedicated to places I love. Hungary and Romania pull me in, it's like they have their own love potion going. And trying to separate them from me, and from the work I do, has turned out to be difficult and frankly: not fun. Onwards and downwards (well, since you're scrolling down)
Imagine you're sitting in an old old cottage, in an old old country, looking at an old old stone fireplace and in it, a crackling fire. Pick your seat of choice (mine's an old old rocking chair, or I think I'll go with an old old leather one because frankly the rocking kind of sets me off. It is a bit scary isn't it?).
From the kitchen a lovely scent wafts in. A mixture of red meat, red wine and the forest (or gasoline if that's more your kind of smell)
Mm, feels good doesn't it?
THIS is Hungary to me. Let's continue over here love (coming soon so don't click quite yet)
Romania is my mythical land of wonder. Transylvania in particular since it's where I've worked and where Dracula comes from (which suits my love of garlic, thank you very much)
Rolling hills, medieval stone villages, deep dark and dense forests and communism-history to boot. What's not to love?
Let's go deeper, and I'll tell you why this is important. Here. (Soon. Soon)