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SOURCE Roadhouse Records
A collection of the Hungarian artist's finest work to date!
DETROIT, July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As a whole, 'From Me To You' represents Barbara Kiss' life's work and includes the singer's first original song, "Your Smile," recorded back in 2009, as well as variety of tracks created for the album in 2010 and beyond. Kiss describes the album's primary genre as "pop music," but with some rock-flavored songs and some beautiful ballads as well. It also has that unique Eastern European feel to it, which makes it a little different from other artists' music.
The 12-track album From Me To You was re-released by Roadhouse Records in early May 2014 on digital and physical platforms. Unlike many pop musicians (and especially ones just beginning a career), Kiss wrote most of the material of From Me To You. Of the 12 tracks, Kiss worked on eight of the songs. She wrote the melody and lyrics for "Hero of my Life," "Perfect Night," "You're No Good," "Memories," and "Your Smile." She also wrote the lyrics for "Time and Time Again," "Smilin', Lyin', and Denyin'," and co-wrote "Shy Boy."
Kiss began singing, dancing and playing the piano at the age of 6. At the age of 14 she began dreaming of becoming an international pop star, the first from Hungary. So she found the perfect vocal coach in her home town, a well-respected jazz singer who taught Kiss every little secret she knows.
A couple of years ago Kiss started working with a music consultant, MC-Input, who helped her get in contact with Italian producer Endrik Favero who recorded her first song, "Your Smile," in Montebelluna, Italy. She had her first official photo shoot in Florence, Italy. In the beginning of 2010 she traveled to Los Angeles to meet with her consultant, Gingio Muehlbauer, who started introducing her to producers, songwriters, musicians and engineers. She won them over with her colorful, interesting and unique personality and some of the producers offered her a recording session. That is how her musical repertoire grew from 1 song to 6 songs in just 6 weeks. She worked with Marcus Nand, Chris Wonzer (engineer for Linda Perry), Kristian Nord (producer for Tokyo Hotel), Irene Peet, Boi and JD Salbego (Arthouse Entertainment).
After returning to Hungary, she continued to record songs, performing and perfecting her vocal and dancing skills. She searched for opportunities and she approached Block Starz Music, who were looking for upcoming female singers for their new compilation "She Got Next 2011." Her song "Catch Me" was chosen. To help promote the single, Barbara shot her first video for the song. She then continued recording and started collaborating with rapper Illa Scorsese on "Sleeping Beauty" and "On The Dancefloor."
"Sleeping Beauty" was released on Illa Scorsese's album "The Unauthorized Biography" and they shot a video for the song which was released March 19th, 2011 and already has more than 23,000 views.
Kiss is working on a new album for 2015 and she is dropping a new single this summer called "The Time". But that's just the start for Kiss. A tour in London, UK kicks off July 15 at George Tavern with a follow-up date on July 17 at O2 Academy Islington-LiveNation in London.
Door Opens 19:00
Barbara Kiss will be performing her hit songs and her new single "The Time"
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