FELIX MEYER - Heaven in your head



From street musician to record deal - Felix Meyer has achieved what many musicians dream of. While studying documentary photography, he began a musical journey through the streets of Europe with friends. The singer and author's first album sold so well thanks to the street concerts that it would have been enough to reach the top of the charts in 2010.

His songs, which have since appeared on 6 studio albums, in live productions and numerous national and international collaborations, show that Felix Meyer has grown into a pop music storyteller who has now performed at the major festivals of his trade, played with his band project île at venues including the Elbphilharmonie and the Paulinum in Leipzig, won various prizes for his lyrics and albums and made a documentary with arte about the leap from the street to the stage.

With the current album "später noch immer", a fairy tale written by the singer in Kyōto was released in addition to the 15 new songs in 2022. Together with jazz pianist Johannes Bigge, he produced an album of dreamlike piano pieces to accompany the fairy tale. Alongside his friend and colleague Prinz Chaos, he hosts the Bird of Paradise Festival and curates the song series "von Luft und Liedern" on Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin with his singer-songwriter friends Dota and Max Prosa. Felix Meyer and pianist Johannes Bigge are currently touring with the fairy tale and songs as a trio or with guitarist Norman Daßler and the mondëna quartet. When it's summer, however, the band around the singer sometimes sails along the Baltic Sea in a sailboat belonging to friends and plays here and there on the street.

Felix Meyer has already performed on stage with Dota, Konstantin Wecker, Sarah Lesch, Wenzel, Alin Coen, Harald Haugaard, Christian Juncker, Keimzeit, Beppe Gambetta, James Keelaghan, Max Prosa and many more.

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31.07.2024 20:00
Monastery garden at the Holy Cross Monastery
Klosterhof 1
18055 Rostock
Compagnie de Comédie
Warnowufer 55
18057 Rostock