Tomáš Klus is on tour for the album "Spolu". The opportunity for a national holiday in Prague was offered to him by the Karin operator and he accepted it.
"It will still be an important concert for me, because the date is what I'm trying to wake up in society. It's a consciousness about society and responsibility for what we're talking about. Since we're baptizing the new album, it's gratifying we'll be along with the crowd on such a good day, "he told Pravo before the Saturday concert.
He added that during the evening he did not intend to show any particular political affection. "On the contrary, I feel that the various reactions and strained situations concerning the political situation we are in are enough. I think the situation has to be a bit soothing. Despite the same scream and scare we can not even say it's about the same matter living in a harmonious society. Talk to each other, but do not argue, "explained the songwriter.
Tomáš Klus enjoyed the concert.
PHOTO: Lucie Leva
Such a great concert, as in a long-standing Karma Forum, needs to be well prepared. Therefore, Klus did not arrive on Saturday or in the city center.
"I went through, but I was not in the center. They called me to be built at Karlín Forum before I got to the test. Therefore, I failed to go to the National Class to light a candle," he said.
The current tour of the tour praises. Most concerts are sold out, and if not, the audience will be at least in a large number.
"If I'm happy with how people respond to the new album? The word lucky does not explain exactly, I'm very surprised. Although there are 21 songs in the album, and 21 new lyrics, often long and long, many sing with New songs. I have a tendency to play the album, as is the case with the album, and I also understand that people like to sing even older songs so the concert program has thirty-five songs and it's hard to get under three hours. Still people are from beginning to end, says Klus.
The guitarist for the target groups Jiří Kučerovský became godfather of the album.
PHOTO: Lucie Leva
"After the last song, Mantra, I'm still coming to the scene and trying to make people leave. It's hard to do it," he added.
Three hours of charge
Saturday concert lasted for three hours. It would be shorter if there were no moments when Klus improvised singing about a subject that just falls out of the sky or among the songs becomes a public narrator of a sometimes disrespectful point.
Quite bold was the fact that the program was composed mainly of songs from the new album. Sometimes many audiences did not have news so called under the skin, so they listened, and after the promise she sometimes answered a little lukewarm.
The clichés of the new songs, however, play the entertainment, as well as members of the target audience. Like the elders, they have also been sympathetic with their interpretation, interpreted them with precision and overlap of the concert. Time will tell you which one will survive in the set list, but that time will be quite difficult due to the balance of the last album.
Tomáš Klus and Jiří Kučerovský have played together since 2007.
PHOTO: Lucie Leva
Several songs came with her husband to sing Tamara Klusova. At the beginning of the show, the album's baptism, in the middle of it featured a video for the song Adventures, and finally Klus and his band got a gold plate for the album Spolu.
At the end it seemed that the audience really did not want to leave the hall, so Klus only saw the guitar with a guitar.
Tour with the Philharmonic Orchestra
In the spring of next year, he will continue his tour on the album "Spolu" and will also prepare Slovakia. In the summer they will go to the chat rooms, a tour that will take place in a hat and in addition to playing, they will discuss the issues of the time with invited people who have something to say about themes.
"We are planning a tour with Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava in the fall. We currently select three songs from a new album that our bass player Jan Lstibůrek arranges to join a big orchestra and adds those already made. We would also like to play in an album with Philharmonic, which I'm looking forward to. It will not be a concert record. We will spin in the studio, but all together, alive, "added Klus.