While you hardly hear anything from “Starmania 21” winner Anna Buchiger from Salzburg, Vince Stefan Einer, winner of “Starmania 22” on ORF at the beginning of May, is about to start his career in earnest. Before the casting show he sang in a karaoke bar, now he has a contract with Sony Music with one of the biggest music labels. It will begin with two releases on June 10: a cover version of the James Bond song “The Writing on the Wall” and Stefan’s self-written number “Es End is no fern” in old-school Austropop style. He’s working on his new titles with Thomas Rabitsch and other producers.
Meanwhile, the 22-year-old is still touring Austria with fellow Starmania (such as Judith Lisa Bogoch, Daniel Fink, Martin Fortliner, Marco Spiegel, Sebastian Holzer and Lukas Meusberger), and the next date is June 17. at the Orpheum in Graz; On June 19, the rising talents will perform at the Museumsquartier in Vienna. review:
“It’s rare for sound to pierce your skin with the first few notes. I’m so glad we’ll be taking the next steps with Stefan,” explains Nuri Norbach of Sony Music. In ex-sängerknaben there will be a lot of ideas for songs that have not yet been formulated.
Styrian Kevin Gratz, who never made the Starmania final, is also an astropop, but is now being sponsored by music director Sepp Adelman (including Andreas Gaballier). The first single from 20-year-old Kapfenberg is called “As Long As I Stay”. Here is her video:
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