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Henrik Freischlader

Henrik Freischlader

Henrik Freischlader is a workaholic when it comes to music. For the self-taught multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, and label owner, the stages in Europe have been a second home for many years now. His extensive discography already contains six studio albums and three live albums. On his own music label Cable Car Records, which he founded in 2009, Henrik has been able to realize his musical projects and experiments. The albums “Recorded by Martin Meinschäfer”, “Still Frame Replay” with a guest appearance by Joe Bonamassa, and “Night Train to Budapest” were recorded single-handedly. The two live albums “Tour 2010 Live” and “Live in Concerts” as well as “House in the Woods“, which was recorded together with his band, were also released on his own label.

For a few years now, Henrik has devoted his talent as a multi-instrumentalist and composer to other artists as well. He has already produced two albums for Canadian artist Layla Zoe – and for the well-known sax player and singer Tommy Schneller, the second album is in the pipeline.

A tour with his friend and fellow musician Joe Bonamassa gave the young artist the opportunity to play in front of a bigger audience. Through numerous shows all over Europe, amongst them, performances with legends such as BB King, Peter Green, Gary Moore, and Johnny Winter, Henrik and his band have gained a steadily increasing number of fans. Today, the German singer & guitarist is one of the most sought-after musicians of his genre worldwide. In spring 2014, Henrik and his band with Björn Krüger on the drums, Theofilos Fotiadis on the bass, and Moritz Fuhrhop on the keys will be on tour with the new album “Night Train to Budapest”, during which they will present a mix of completely new material and songs from Henrik’s expansive discography, which have not been performed live yet.

Henrik Freischlader Links:
http://www.henrikfreischlader.de