Join us Friday, September 6th for a special performance by Barcelona's Ramon Mirabet!
Ramon Mirabet was born into a family of musicians and Circus artists who were used to choosing not only the most risky paths that life throws up but also the most exciting ones. Shut in his room with just an old piano for company, Ramon started to compose his first three chord melodies. These early songs were just a personal diary for Ramon and he had no serious intention of dedicating his life to music back then.
Ramon spent over six years busking in Europe's main cities but it was in Paris, more specifically on the steps of Montmatre, that became one of his favorite places to perform. Thanks to his improvised performances Ramon made enough money to record and produce his first album. In 2013 Ramon recorded his first songs for the “Happy Days” (Warner) album in which he mixed drive, energy and his passion for the classics of Rock, Blues and Jazz. A debut album using his own personal style which enabled him to perform his first professional concerts.
In 2016 he released his second album “Home Is Where The Heart Is” (Warner) which gave Ramon a great leap forward onto the big stage. The tour promoting his second album was seen by over 140.000 people in more than 90 concerts in various music venues and theaters throughout Spain along with performances in some of the main national music festivals like Sonorama, Arenal Sound, Cruilla Festival, Jardins de Cap Roig and international festivals like the Sziget Festival in Budapest.
In 2019 Ramon Mirabet presented the songs from his third album “Begin Again”. A new sound with a compelling narrative that is an enormous step forward that opens up unlimited options for one of the most promising artists of the moment.
An illustrious concert at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, that will certainly go down in history, marks the beginning of a new tour that promises to be one of the most important of the season. Festivals such as Mallorca Live, San San de Benicàssim, Jardins de Cap Roig or Jardins de Pedralbes await Ramon.
You will be surprised by his husky voice with tinges that sketch a universe made up of a multitude of experiences and emotions. You will be transmitted by his energy and captivated by the aura of a singer destined to be a musical reference of our time. His songs stem from personal experiences which have turned his life into an exciting adventure.
The show begins at 7:30 with Beckett McDowell, and there is a suggested donation of $15-$20 at the door.