Somewhere in Bavaria – Memoirs of Madeleine

by Adam Majdecki-Janicki

Somewhere in Bavaria – Memoirs of Madeleine by Adam Majdecki-Janicki
Appendix to my new album, “Quel Nouveau Minette,” which is a compilation of jam sessions 2016-2019.

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Kelebek Evrimi: Three Roads Coming into One

by Monti Karus

Kelebek Evrimi: Three Roads Coming into One by Monti Karus

Kelebek Evrimi at Menada, Skopje – Macedonia; from left to right: Monti Karus, Dejan Spasovic (guest), Katerina Dimistrovska and Umur Sadico

What happens when three traveling street musicians from different backgrounds come together into a single path for a brief snapshot of time? You get the culturally rich sound garden of the Kelebek Evrimi project.

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My crazy adventure as a street musician: a life-changing year

by Iris Johner

My crazy adventure as a street musician: a life-changing year by Iris Johner
It’s lost and heavy-hearted that I decided to settle down on my own in south Portugal in November 2017. After three years of travels around the world and a summer back to my hometown realizing time was flying and driving my dreams away from me, it appeared to be the perfect deal for a start over – as the one place I would most likely call home.

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Starting a revolution through music

by Lee Brickley

Starting a revolution through music by Lee Brickley
Are you sick and tired of war, inequality, racism, and injustice? Me too, and that’s why I write revolutionary protest songs. I wish I knew how to do more, but for now, I’m trying to make people think with my music because that’s what I do best.

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How I Tell Stories Without Words

by AEONN

How I Tell Stories Without Words by AEONN

Photo by Erin Floyd

Ultimately, I am not a musician. I’m a storyteller. I just happen to be very good at using music as a medium of communication. , and that is why I have always been fascinated by film scores. Everyone loves a good story. My music is definitely a journey that I invite my audience through. And if it triggers an emotion, then I consider my job almost done. Moreover, I intend to say something that you can relate to, hopefully.

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