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Alaska Dreamers

Alaska Dreamers music is soft mixture between soul, blues, R&B, post-rock, jazz, folk. Band musical journey started in 2012 as a creative experiment between bass player, composer Reinis Ozolins and drummer Rudolfs Dankfelds. After a while they felt like adding more colours and the duo became a trio as singer Kristine Praulina joined. So step by step the band grew to the current lineup. Here, meeting within the great personalities that make up the musical sound of the message together, and that helps it to resound in great contact with the audience.. In April 2015 the first concert took place and the group continued touring, write music and begins to gradually work on the debut album. Kristine Praulina (vocal, lyrics); Reinis Ozolins (bass, music); Rudolfs Dankfelds (drums); Miguel Andres Hernandez Giraldi (Percussion); Ritvars Garoza (piano); Marcis Vasilevskis (guitar); Janis Rungis (guitar); Janis Kalnins (guitar); Oskars Ozolins (trumpet); Kristaps Lubovs (saxophone); Laura Rozenberga (trombone).

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Alaska Dreamers Release New Video: "About You"

Alaska Dreamers Release New Video: "About You"

It's not everyday you hear about musicians from Latvia. Alaska Dreamers have crafted a sound that is accessible and powerful at the same time. What started as the experimental music duo of Reinis Ozolins and Rudolfs Dankfelds would grow into something much larger, to become the ambitious mob of a band that they are today. Fronted ...


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