Fabrian Goroncy perfoms on stages in Germany, Italy, and U.S.A. since 1996. His album "The Voice" 2009 entered the top-rotation on several big radio
stations, reached the first rank of the German Pop Charts on Reverbnation and amazes his international fan community.
Fabrian Goroncy (*07.01.1978, Berlin) grew up in Germany and Italy. He started playing piano on his own and composing at the age of five. His first lyrics emerged at the age of ten and he produced boxes of manuscripts in the time that followed. The music of Cat Stevens and Jim Croce inspired him to teach himself to play the guitar. He composed his first songs on the guitar in singer-songwriter style when he was 18 years old.
The first recording project was the single "Picture Of A Lady" (1996), produced with Heiko Hübschmann. The first singer-songwriter album "Welcome Home" followed 2006. The work on the album "The Voice" started 2007 and resulted in the release of the latter in November 2009. The tracks on this album are a selection of more then 30 pop-compositions that were created for the album. In 2011 Fabrian was asked to sing a hymn for "Sir Alex Ferguson", the manager of Manchester United. The song is called "Red Is The Man" and is based on the old traditional Irish song "Red Is The Rose". It's still played in the stadium of Old Trafford in Manchester. The song is produced and recorded by Will Robinson and the Robin Gibb Producer Michael Graves. The song has become one of Fabrian Goroncys greatest songs and hits.
There is an unreleased album of 2012 "Doing Something Right". In 2014 Fabrians father passed away and he began to be very
creative again and composed a lot of new songs. The name of the new album is "All We Have Is Now" and will be released this year.
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