“2 Boys” will be the next big thing to hit the international scene in the very near future.
While searching for new young talent last month I came across a Dynamic Duo that astounded me! These two boys, who incidentally call themselves simply ….*”2….. –“2 Boys”,– were writing, producing, and performing some of the best pop music I have ever heard. There upbeat sound, perfect pitch, and awesome harmony blend made me an instant fan and supporter.
Marcus (13) and Sondre (10) two brothers from Norway are most likely the most up and coming young pop group to hit the stage and are becoming all the rave in Norway and now internationally.
Last year the boys participated in the MPG JR Norway Contest, and carried their performance all the way to the finals. This experience gave them an even greater appetite for performing and soon thereafter began working on their first CD which was just released this past June. Continue reading “2 Boys – Norway’s Dynamic Duo!”
Thomas Hans’ has been really busy the past few months with school, in fact he has been unable to do little else but school work and activities surrounding that. However, he has had time to squeeze in a few singing engagements and compete in one contest for which he brought home the winning trophy!
Thomas remains one of the best young singers in Germany and has proven himself to have charisma beyond compare both in person and when entertaining. He has maintained most of his upper register and has really challenged himself with some rather difficult songs as of late.
While his recent video has been a long awaited one from his fans, he has been busy in the recording studio and produced several new mixes which are being played often on http://theskykid.com/radio. Listen to Thomas sing his version of Nirvana’s “The Man who sold the world”
Today’s post also includes his version of “Ein bißchen Frieden” or “A Little Peace” in English. This song was written by prolific German Eurovision writing duo Ralph Siegel (music) and Bernd Meinunger (lyrics) for the Eurovision Song Contest 1982 in Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. It was performed by 17 year old high school student Nicole, resulting in Germany’s only ever win at the Eurovision Song Contest by a record margin of sixty one points, setting a new record for the largest winning margin. Here Thomas does it more than justice with his rendition:
For his last song I offer his beautiful version of “Love Of My Life” by Queen. The last good version of this song was recorded by Declan Gelbraith but I know you will simply love Thomas singing this song:
I think you will agree with me that Thomas has a voice that captures your attention and the feeling and expression that he puts into his songs draws you in and keeps you desiring more.
Embedded below is his most recent video and I might add, the best quality video he has ever produced. Using one of his recent backtracks he lip-syncs to the song “Wonderful Dream”.
Thomas will be around for a long time and even after his voice changes I predict that he will be producing records and be one of Germany’s most sought after recording artists.