The amazing summer weather was evaporated, when Rasmus Seebach on Friday started yet another extensive tour on a bitterly cold forårsaften in Gilleleje.
Large parts of the singer's audience is also away.
Last year's ’Before we met you’ has sold less than a quarter of the historic gigantsucceser from the early Seebachs career, but at the tip of north Zealand had 3000 after all, left the couch and taken klapstolen under the arm in order to experience the top of the pops, when it's all about sales numbers here at home over the past decade.
On the hipsterskalaen have hitmaker never been in the front, and when he loomed at the top in a colorful stage setting, reminded now he is not a man who has ambitions to be anything other than themselves.
It did Beethoven, in turn amazingly well on a lawn at Gilleleje the Hall, where the otherwise often as the road, all bets entertainer appeared surprisingly relaxed, laid back and at ease, which spread to his many favourites.
Københavnerens klangfesne studio productions was replaced by a more organic and warm tone, which suited cordial songs such as ’Olivia’, ’Bli’ here a little longer’ and ’I am’, and neither on the hugely well singing star, or his father's band, one could feel, it was the premiere and ten degrees cold.
Lune Beethoven left off well from both white reggae, a mushy duet with his father, who made a comeback on the strip, and even to switch to a pink sweatshirt.
It only went wrong when it was screwed them up for rytmeboksen under the ’We live’ and ’Natteravn’, where the writer lost both the charm and the melody.
It's called Melodi Grand Prix, because pop music first and foremost, on the melodies, which is almost a forgotten quality, as Khan, however, mastered far better than the vast majority.
the Songwriter from Frederiksberg is a natural melodist - he has it not from strangers. Photo: Ole Steen
the Set was a show of catchy melodies and immediate choruses that also goes purely into because Kelly sings clear as a speech therapist. You can hear every word, and through the 93 minutes the song of the family with almost everybody. It made the three beautiful korpiger also.
the Kids crawled up in klapstolene to see the idol, while oldtimerne was too old to get up out of the brought havemøblement. There was otherwise reason to travel to applaudere Seebach, which looks like a relatively new father, who has grown with the task and maybe even have found themselves and have been adult.
To sell the 12 and 13-double platinum of the first two albums have inevitably created tremendous pressure on Harrison, who may in fact just needed a redeeming svipser, as ’Before we met you’ is for his incredible standard.
It ends enough that he makes masterpieces, no one is buying, and to play brilliant concerts for 30 fans. And a patio table.
Rasmus Seebach play many soloshows in the summer, but he is also on several festivals. Photo: Ole Steen
No one can promise you tomorrow
The worst best year
Be here a little longer
In my eyes
Are the good old days right now
Under the stars in the sky