Jean-Michel Byron

Stefan Wegner

Jean-Michel Byron was born and raised in South Africa. He started as a session musician with cover bands and began writing and recording his own songs. One of these recordings went to drummer Bob Colomby, who introduced Byron Toto. He sang as a follow-up to the outgoing front singer Joseph Wiliams with the band for a year on tour with … Read More

Claudia Cane

Stefan Wegner

You could say that Claudia Cane dedicated her life to music. An actor and musical education was followed by a degree in popular music. Her role models are Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin and Rod Stewart – her voice also tends in the direction of her idols. In 2000, Cane with her song “Free” at the national preliminary vote for the … Read More

Nanà Petrossi

Stefan Wegner

Georgio Farina met Nana Petrossi at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt.She noticed him with her great singing at a booth of an Italian company that promoted her with a band. Born in Rome, the eternal city, Nana Petrossi developed the love to sing at a young age. For 5 years she took singing lessons in the Accademia Nova in Rome. After … Read More

Daniel Kovac

Stefan Wegner

Daniel Kovac grew up in Yugoslavia, today Slovenia. In 1968 he left his homeland and moved to Germany. As a thirteen-year-old, he founded his first rock band. Since 1979 he also works as a studio singer. At the beginning of the 80’s he started to play music professionally with Mario Mendrzycki. Productions with Peter Henderson (Supertramp) and Simon Phillips (The … Read More