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Rock - General | Putbus, Meklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Total Song Plays: 71   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 8/6/2020

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Svenson is an award-winning author, composer, performer, and instructor. An endorser for Music Man Guitars, Peavey, and Ernie Ball Strings, Svenson performs worldwide and has appeared in Bangkok, Beijing, Monte Video, Shanghai, Seoul, Stockholm, Paphos as well as the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival. He has also written SvensonĀ“s Guitar Workshop, a series done exclusively for the multi-touch book format with videos, sheet music, and glossary. Books are available in four languages.

Svenson has recorded with such greats as Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson), Jerry Donahue (Hellecasters), Rhani Krija (Sting), Alexander Veljanov and Lulo Reinhardt.

As a composer, he has composed the main titles for German TV-shows and audiobooks. He since worked as a composer and producer in a variety of international projects, such as films, commercials, theme songs, and several rock music projects.

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Svenson - Glory, Death, And Heroes An Epic, Cinematic Journey Into Sound

The brilliant sounds penned by Sven Kuehbauch are implemented on his fifth studio album by Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson, Jeff Beck) and Alexander Veljanov

With his fifth studio album, the versatile artist has now discovered brilliant cinema sounds for himself.


Jason Van Buren posted 4 weeks ago to Svenson

Hello Svenson, thanks for your review of "Grace Along". Very insightful feedback I appreciate your time and thoughts. Jay

Jeana Potthoff posted over 30 days ago

Hi Svenson--thanks for your complete review of "Torn". I appreciate your thoughts!

Dave Haddad (CenterPeace) posted over 30 days ago

Thank you for the kool review of "Apocalypse"... yeah it's kind of a crazy song... don't really know where it came from. Thanks for the numbers and rad comments. All the best to you.

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