The singer-songwriter Thom Artway is christening his new album in Brno

22 October 2018, 1:00
The singer-songwriter Thom Artway is christening his new album in Brno

Thom Artway will be christening his second original album All I Know in Kabinet Múz. Vera Jonas Music will be a guest in a concert.

The album All I Know came out on 31 August 2018 under Warner Music Czech Republic. The Czech singer, composer and guitarist Thom Artway (Tomáš Maček) in his work combines folk, pop and rock. In 2012 he drew attention to himself with the song Towards The Sun, which is part of the soundtrack to the film Křídla Vánoc (Wings of Christmas). In December 2013 he brought out his debut EP with the title Still Standing in the Unknown, which contains four pieces. Artway performs solo with a group with the line-up: Ondřej Jurásek (bass guitar), Martin Hrabal (drums and percussion), František Valena (keyboards). His first single I Have No Inspiration came out in 2015 and met with success.

In July 2017 he became an actor in the project Czech Fresh, which is focused on the support of the export of Czech music and the aim of which is, in cooperation with the British branch of the worldwide musical agency United Talent Agency, presents outstanding artists on the international music scene.

The christening of the CD All I Know will take place on 21 November 2018 in Kabinet Múz.

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