Mensch, wir finden es toll soviele internationale Künstler bei uns Wilkommen zu heissen.
Dieses Mal 2 Künstelrinnen aus Norwegen.
Der Eintritt ist, wie immer frei. Um Spenden, möglichst in Scheinform wird gebeten.
AVA FREDDY :
Ava Freddy is an artist and songwriter from Norway. With roots in a singer/songwriter-tradition, she presents image upon image through her performance, and has built a personal sound over the years. She writes songs in both Norwegian and English. Trust Ava Freddy to take you through a whole range of "point-of-views", dreams and angles of experiences during her show. Regardless of the subjects and matters looked upon in her songs: it's her ever present voice that will pull you into her world. She brings along her companion for this tour, Ketil Kielland Lund, and the music is a symbiosis of folk and pop, dynamic and strong.
�Ava Freddy's first album, "Appily Ever After" was produced by Ava Freddy herself. The record was released on the 22nd of February, 2017. “Appily”, the title track of the album, received international attention. The Line Of Best Fit wrote about the song; «a rich and dramatic doom-folk tale of love and woe,» and compared Ava Freddy to artists like Tom Waits, Nick Cave and PJ Harvey. It was also playlisted by Addict Culture, a French web-magazine.
Music video for «Appily»: https://youtu.be/JYfedAvlLSY
Photo of Ava Freddy: Mira Wickman
HANNA VON BERGEN:
Hanna von Bergen was born in Sweden, raised in Norway and has been living in Scotland, Colombia, USA and Denmark. With the Zimbabwean instrument mbira, the Indian harmonium, the American array mbira, piano, loop-pedal and a gentle quirky voice she expresses philosophical thought, joy and despair over the small and big things in life. Her music varies between categories like indie pop and singer/songwriter. She brings along the talented celloplayer Tove Margrethe Erikstad.
Her debut album was released in the autumn of 2015 and it received good critics;
"Hanna von Bergen makes African finger harp to a natural pop-instrument. "The hoarse, distinctive voice, the African harp and the mellow sounds from the string instruments makes the comparison with Joanna Newsom almost superfluous to mention.”Per A. Risnes jr. - Dagens Næringsliv
Photo of Hanna von Bergen: Eileen Danielsen
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