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Music with solid roots – Bartek Dzikowski live at Harenda
May 12, 2014   
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Bartek Dzikowski
Bartek Dzikowski, a talented and recognized Polish singer, songwriter, band leader and a producer of his own music will play songs from his "Traveling Soul” album during a gig on May 30 in the Harenda club in Warsaw.

"This album is a mix of folk, blues and rock, hidden in twelve melodic songs. The opening song "Girl Your Soul Is Gone” has a strong American feel.” the daily Wieczór Wybrzeża wrote about the album.

Dzikowski's music is a journey in a folk-blues style. This artist reaches down to solid roots and stays away from synthetic modern trends. The album "Traveling Soul” contains tunes that boost you up with energy or chill you down when needed.

Dzikowski's sound is similar to masters of the American "west coast” style - James Taylor and Carole King, according to the Italian blues website bluestime.it.

Belgian portal rootstime.be describes his songs as "...rhythmic, rocking, jazzy, catchy and intrinsically beautiful.”

Harenda Club
Krakowskie Przedmieście 4-6
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