Remarkable moments sometimes come silently, they receive only small attention and are unnoticed by most. This can be a pity on the one hand, as more people should have witnessed and enjoyed them. On the other hand however, exactly this situation can make way for the magic inherent. A moment like this happened yesterday at Kranhalle/Feierwerk in Munich at the concert of Icelanic-Swedish folk pop pair of My bubba.
One man, one guitar, and a microphone. Less is not possible, but also nothing more than this is necessary. On a rainy Sunday, great Icelandic Singer-Songwriter Júníus Meyvant plays a gig in Ampere in Munich. In the beginning he announces to play 620 songs. Half of them are not written by him but from Angela […]
Wednesday night. Halfway through the week. Time to power up for the second half – and there’s no better way to do this but a Vintage Caravan concert! Currently, the band is touring Europe as support for Swedish doom metal formation Avatarium.