Icelandic Singer/songwriter Svavar Knútur comes back to Hannover for the second time in his life to play at the TAK theater! Hope to see you all there! Will be bringing CDs, Vinyls, stories, songs and joy! Also Free hugs! Woo hoo! Svavar Knútur
Svavar Knútur, Icelandic Singer songwriter visits Halle for the first time, playing at the Theater Mandroschke. Bringing songs, stories and his wonderful personality, along with CDs and Vinyl albums of his solo work :) See you there!
Hey ho Leipzig! Svavar Knútur returns to the beautiful city with the most awesome Hauptbahnhof in the world to play a concert at the Horns Erben! Bringing songs, stories and joy! Also Vinyl editions of all my albums and a new EP called Songs of Weltschmertz, Waldeinsamkeit und Wanderlust. See you there my lovelies!
Svavar Knútur returns to the city of the gigantic Karl Marx head for a new concert at the Weltecho! Bringing songs, stories and a wonderful time to be had by all :D See you soon! Best wishes, Svavar Knútur
Icelandic Singer/songwriter, Svavar Knútur, visits one of his favorite cities, Kiel again, to play at the famous and beautiful Prinz Willy. So looking forward to singing my songs and telling my stories, bringing music and joy to the wonderful city of Kiel! Love and joy, Svavar Knútur
Sounds Like: Nick Drake, Kris Kristofferson, Bonnie Prince Billy, Damien Rice, John Denver
Label: Dimma - Independent label
Manager: Adalsteinn Asberg Sigurdsson
Bio: Hailing from the harsh Icelandic western fjords, Icelandic Troubadour Svavar Knútur, summons his inner demons and outer storms to reflect upon the existential crises and frolicking joys of modern day rustic fjord dwelling men.
Channeling the pain and angst of long dark winters and the insomnia ...See Full Bio
“I’ll admit that I am non-committal when it comes to NXNE. I’ve been known to catch a few songs of one act and then wander to the nearest venue to hear the next few of another. This is what I had planned on doing with Svavar Knutur – and then he started to play. I don’t know if I have ever seen anyone captivate a room like Knutur did. His contrast between sentimental songs and comedic storytelling was the perfect rest for festival goers. Playing self-described fjord folk, this Icelandic artist could do no wrong on Saturday night.”