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Anders Holst

By: Chuck Taylor Senior Correspondent/Billboard Magazine, New York

Anders Holst is a regal contender to become the new crowned prince of contemporary romantic music. The original compositions across Romantika glide with the ease and beauty of a springtime drive through the countryside. Utilizing the gloss of majestic grand piano, breezy horns, sweet sax and whispering strings, Holst accompanies with a vocal style that sweeps the listener along, even as he offers a frank lyrical portrait of decidedly grown-up themes: love gone wrong, resulting sorrow and isolation”along with hints of resolve and redemption.

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“His (Anders) honest and original love songs can give romantic music a brand new chance. Do your heart a favor and check him out.” QUINCY JONES

“Anders Holst is a regal contender to become the new crowned prince of contemporary romantic music. The original compositions across ‘Romantika’ glide with the ease and beauty of a springtime drive through the countryside.” CHUCK TAYLOR, BILLBOARD MAGAZINE

“’All About Soul’ is the best I've heard from Holst… it is a very well-written tune and Holst's smooth jazz interpretation makes it a great track for our smooth jazz channel

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