Herbert Grönemeyer

Herbert Gröenemeyer

Outside of German-speaking countries, Herbert Grönemeyer is most likely discovered in schools during a language lesson where the German teacher, weary of imparting the quite foreign vocabulary and definitely difficult grammar of her adopted tongue, would most gratefully play the pop singer-songwriter’s songs. They have depth and speak with feisty lyricism of social and human issues that transcend its original country’s borders (Marie, Sie magt Muzik nur wenn sie laut ist) and with warmth and serenity … Read on…

Paul Fogarty finds his own way home

Paul Fogarty

Paul Fogarty With topical songs à la John Lennon meets Bob Marley, the softness of Paul Simon at the tip of his tongue and fingers, the Americana/Country meets Folk troubadour Paul Fogarty is one of the most understated yet deeply expressive musicians out there. Once you have wallowed into the ever growing musical legacy of Australia-born Germany-based Fogarty, it becomes impossible to deny how much his music could be a soundtrack to the life of those … Read on…

I Write The Songs #14

Feel It All, KT Tunstall, 3.49, 2013, Scotland Confusion, Zutons, 3.31, 2013, UK Handbags & Gladrags, Stereophonics, 4.39, 2001, UK Foundations, Kate Nash, 3.43, 2007, UK Every Single Night, Fiona Apple, 3.33, 2012, USA Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime, The Korgis, 4.24, 1980, UK Babooshka, Kate Bush, 3.28, 1980, UK You’re Lost Little Girl, The Doors, 3.03, 1967, USA Clown, Emeli Sand&eacute, 3.38, 2012, UK Temps Boy, Daara J Family, 3.39, 2010, Senegal Hey Jude, … Read on…