CRIMSON SUNDAY is a rock band that formed in Berlin/Germany, in 2002.
Since its beginning the band saw a lot of changes in their line up,
however centre of the band and main composer is Leon Tschernawin.
He writes the lyrics, melodies and arrangements by himself.
Rooted in 60s and 70s rock, the sound of CRIMSON SUNDAY can best be
described as singer-songwriter-rock with a 60s attitude.
The style combines the sound of
The Beatles, Coldplay, Noel Gallagher, The Rolling Stones,
Kings of Leon, Bob Dylan, The Doors, Led Zeppelin and other well known
heroes of the music history.
Starting in 2002, CRIMSON SUNDAY built its reputation playing clubs,
open air concerts, radio and TV shows in Berlin.
CRIMSON SUNDAY played at some famous clubs, such as Café Zapata,
The White Trash Fast Food Club, Kaffee Burger or the Hard Rock Café.
CRIMSON SUNDAY gained regional popularity after taking part in a
song contest with the track "Spotting The Sun" hosted by
Radio Energy and playing an acoustic concert which was recorded for
the TV station "Alex TV".
Beside club and open air concerts, Leon plays with his percussionist
many unplugged gigs in the streets of Berlin.
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