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The 26 year old guitar player, singer and composer Till Kersting combines Blues, Soul and Pop styles in a natural easygoing way. Crank up a telecaster and crown it with a rough, strong voice. In his songbook It includes the whole spectrum from uptempo songs to lyrical ballads, telling the whys and wherefores of a young man. The international rhythm section and three harmony backing vocalists tops off Till´s contemporary sound.

Till Kersting´s first self produced album was recorded in February 2005 at the Hansa Haus Studios near Cologne, Germany and Till was supported by the fabulous chief engineer Klaus Genuit, who has recorded and mixed albums by Maceo Parker, John Lord and the Brecker Brothers to name just a few.

Till Kersting was born September 3, 1978 in Kassel, Germany. He started playing guitar at the age of 13 and discovered his passion and talent for blues and jazz Till worked intensively on it the following years and he has been highly inspired by many jazz musicians he worked with. His main influences are American root music artists like B.B King, Joe Pass, Ray Charles and James Taylor. After four years on tour and his first success as a local guitar player, singer and composer in many different bands he moved to Cologne at the age of 20. He first formed his own band, worked for many other artists and as a musical director in a theater He became a member of the pop group "Tuesday" recording for Capitol EMI, but left in 2002 to concentrate on creating his own style and writing songs Encouraged by so much positive reaction from his audience covering every age group he recorded his debut CD "Changing
Faces" with his live band in 2005.

1/ Loving You Is A Wonder
2/ If You Ever Had It Better
3/ Summer In The City
4/ Changing Faces
5/ Love & Responsibility
6/ Honky Tonky Girl
7/ Move To The Groove
8/ Cinderella Sunshine
9/ Girls, Girls Everywhere
10/ I Don´T Care
11/ Lie On Me
12/ Feel Alright


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