Biography

Biography

KRISHNA is an international artist with mixed heritage: Cherokee Indian, black American and Danish. His mixed origins led him to create his own brand of cutting-edge rock based on acoustic and electric guitars, haunted by Cherokee Indian chant. His charismatic personality and his impressive soulful voice flying through five octaves make him an impressive performer with good songs at his base. His live show is dynamic, stirring and utterly captivating; he takes the audience into a buoyant musical mood, anywhere in the world. He grew up between New York and Copenhagen and being there was a witness of the first show ever of Led Zeppelin, by that time he also saw Jimi Hendrix performing before his death, wich marked to fire his decision to become a professional musician. His career started in Denmark where he had a remarcable success as a composer & guitar player. In the 70’s with his first group Sensory System (considered the first Denmark hard rock band), he played as a support act of great bands as Slade, Nazareth & Redbone. Throughout his career he’s been touring USA, Canada and Europe sharing stage in great stadiums with Elton John & Living Colour, among others. He also recorded with several legends of funk as The Ohio Players, Heatwave and George Clinton (Parliament Funkadelic), and released an album with the South African singer Miriam Makeba. Living in different places (New-York, L.A, London, Madrid, Paris and Copenhagen) gave him a wide view that obviously fed his musical inspiration. While retracing the steps of his Cherokee ancestors near Atlanta, GA., he reconnected with the soul of his people that lived in harmony with nature. This trip back to his origins enhanced the power and the sensitivity of his musical expression. You can hear it through songs like “Phoenix rising” released as a single.

You will find more information on the national newspaper of Buenos Aires. Enjoy your reading and discover an original artist who knows how to do everything in music

THE LONG HARD ROAD

 

 

close

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)

Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
Visit Us
YouTube
YouTube
INSTAGRAM
SOCIALICON
SOCIALICON
SOCIALICON