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I started playing guitar at the age of 13.
Many months earlier I had been asked if I wanted to play an instrument, but my answer was always ”No, I don’t want to.” In those months before I started playing, I was inspired by artists like The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
I was just so inspired by their songs and how important the guitar was in the good old pop songs. The guitar was one of the driving forces right after the lead vocal.
So one day when I was road tripping with my parents I said: “I want to play the guitar.” It didn’t take long before I had my first classical guitar; I was really excited about it and got into it very quickly. It was love at first sight when I saw that guitar. I didn’t care about how much my fingers were hurting, because the reward was bigger. I was curious about learning new chords, new finger styles and new chord progressions. I really felt that every note and every combination of notes had their own emotion. I quickly found out that music is a universal language. Ever since I got my guitar, my world became a happier place.

As my guitar and I evolved, so did my music taste. I was getting more into guitar virtuosos such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and other incredible guitarists. Most of the time I played with my heroes and myself. I took guitar lessons and progressed quickly because of my deep dedication to the guitar. It was really great to see myself grow and see that the work I had done was paying off. From the age of 13 to 17 I was banging around with the guitar and pushing my guitar abilities. About the age of 17 I found out that I wanted to do more than “just” being a guitarist. I also wanted to write songs. So I started writing and singing simultaneously, because I didn’t know who should sing my songs. So I started and it was a whole new challenge to sing and write, but I kept pushing as I did with the guitar and I progressed slowly but steadily. I soon began singing in a choir and it was good for me because I got more confidence with my singing, but I could see I had a long way to go before I dared to perform as a front man.
So for a long time I was known primarily as a guitarist among friends and family.
I could see that my influences were great songwriters and performers other than just playing beautiful guitar parts. They really inspired me because they had been working hard to get where they were.
So I had a long way to go but that’s what I love about music. There are always new areas to explore and new music to produce and artists to play with. It’s a journey that never ends. I’m ready to dedicate my life to the journey of music.
Because the feeling when you listen to a classic song or a new song where the lyrics and the music just connects with your heart – either your fears, your love, your dreams or your pain or a combination of those emotions – is just amazing. I realized that’s what I want to do with my songs. I want to connect with people.

I started playing guitar at the age of 13.
Many months earlier I had been asked if I wanted to play an instrument, but my answer was always ”No, I don’t want to.” In those months before I started playing, I was inspired by artists like The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
I was just so inspired by their songs and how important the guitar was in the good old pop songs. The guitar was one of the driving forces right after the lead vocal.
So one day when I was road tripping with my parents I said: “I want to play the guitar.” It didn’t take long before I had my first classical guitar; I was really excited about it and got into it very quickly. It was love at first sight when I saw that guitar. I didn’t care about how much my fingers were hurting, because the reward was bigger. I was curious about learning new chords, new finger styles and new chord progressions. I really felt that every note and every combination of notes had their own emotion. I quickly found out that music is a universal language. Ever since I got my guitar, my world became a happier place.

As my guitar and I evolved, so did my music taste. I was getting more into guitar virtuosos such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and other incredible guitarists. Most of the time I played with my heroes and myself. I took guitar lessons and progressed quickly because of my deep dedication to the guitar. It was really great to see myself grow and see that the work I had done was paying off. From the age of 13 to 17 I was banging around with the guitar and pushing my guitar abilities. About the age of 17 I found out that I wanted to do more than “just” being a guitarist. I also wanted to write songs. So I started writing and singing simultaneously, because I didn’t know who should sing my songs. So I started and it was a whole new challenge to sing and write, but I kept pushing as I did with the guitar and I progressed slowly but steadily. I soon began singing in a choir and it was good for me because I got more confidence with my singing, but I could see I had a long way to go before I dared to perform as a front man.
So for a long time I was known primarily as a guitarist among friends and family.
I could see that my influences were great songwriters and performers other than just playing beautiful guitar parts. They really inspired me because they had been working hard to get where they were.
So I had a long way to go but that’s what I love about music. There are always new areas to explore and new music to produce and artists to play with. It’s a journey that never ends. I’m ready to dedicate my life to the journey of music.
Because the feeling when you listen to a classic song or a new song where the lyrics and the music just connects with your heart – either your fears, your love, your dreams or your pain or a combination of those emotions – is just amazing. I realized that’s what I want to do with my songs. I want to connect with people.

I started playing guitar at the age of 13.
Many months earlier I had been asked if I wanted to play an instrument, but my answer was always ”No, I don’t want to.” In those months before I started playing, I was inspired by artists like The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
I was just so inspired by their songs and how important the guitar was in the good old pop songs. The guitar was one of the driving forces right after the lead vocal.
So one day when I was road tripping with my parents I said: “I want to play the guitar.” It didn’t take long before I had my first classical guitar; I was really excited about it and got into it very quickly. It was love at first sight when I saw that guitar. I didn’t care about how much my fingers were hurting, because the reward was bigger. I was curious about learning new chords, new finger styles and new chord progressions. I really felt that every note and every combination of notes had their own emotion. I quickly found out that music is a universal language. Ever since I got my guitar, my world became a happier place.

As my guitar and I evolved, so did my music taste. I was getting more into guitar virtuosos such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and other incredible guitarists. Most of the time I played with my heroes and myself. I took guitar lessons and progressed quickly because of my deep dedication to the guitar. It was really great to see myself grow and see that the work I had done was paying off. From the age of 13 to 17 I was banging around with the guitar and pushing my guitar abilities. About the age of 17 I found out that I wanted to do more than “just” being a guitarist. I also wanted to write songs. So I started writing and singing simultaneously, because I didn’t know who should sing my songs. So I started and it was a whole new challenge to sing and write, but I kept pushing as I did with the guitar and I progressed slowly but steadily. I soon began singing in a choir and it was good for me because I got more confidence with my singing, but I could see I had a long way to go before I dared to perform as a front man.
So for a long time I was known primarily as a guitarist among friends and family.
I could see that my influences were great songwriters and performers other than just playing beautiful guitar parts. They really inspired me because they had been working hard to get where they were.
So I had a long way to go but that’s what I love about music. There are always new areas to explore and new music to produce and artists to play with. It’s a journey that never ends. I’m ready to dedicate my life to the journey of music.
Because the feeling when you listen to a classic song or a new song where the lyrics and the music just connects with your heart – either your fears, your love, your dreams or your pain or a combination of those emotions – is just amazing. I realized that’s what I want to do with my songs. I want to connect with people.

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