Webshop with my colourfull arts
We make prints that are Handmade & all Different. Sharon Kovacs creates besides her music, a colourfull mix of arts in her studios/workshop in Palmela Portugal. in her creative kitchen she plays with different disciplines and techniques. from videograffiti to silkscreen , from blacksmithing to fashion and everything in between. in this gallery you can observe her work and her process and also puchase some of her works.
During the first lockdown, Kovacs was staying in Portugal. There she worked on new music inspired by the sultry country. For the song ‘Tutti Frutti Tequila’ she worked with the British producer and songwriter Jonathan Quarmby (James Morrison, Lewis Capaldi, James Arthur). The result is a summery funky song with barbs.
Kovacs single 'Tutti Frutti Tequila'
Kovacs is back in the game and ready to wash away the past 18 months with her new single ‘Tutti Frutti Tequila‘. Although the song sounds cheerful, a more dark and deeper message can be found in the lyrics – just like we’re used to from Kovacs. ‘Tutti Frutti Tequila’ is a song about drinking your emotions away, resetting, pressing the pause button and forgetting everything for a bit.
A shaven-headed chanteuse hiding the voice of a soul legend beneath her fluffy bear hood, Sharon Kovacs is an enigmatic phenomenon. Emerging from the music college and improvised open mike nights of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, she has forged her own unique path through life’s devious twists and tangles, and entranced the globe with her wicked allure. The Bond-like tango noir of her 2013 EP ‘My Love’, partly recorded in Cuba, was an instant European hit, even reaching Number One in Greece, and in 2015 her debut album ‘Shades Of Black’ charted in 36 countries, making the Top Ten in Germany and hitting Number One in her Dutch homeland. Sixty million YouTube views, a modelling contract with Viva Paris, a clutch of awards and high-profile sets at major festivals and a Robbie Williams support slot later, Kovacs’ dark, raw, bare-hearted soul with distinct touches of the greats (Holliday, Simone, Bassey, Winehouse, Portishead’s Beth Gibbons) is on the verge of making her a sultry superstar. Her second album ‘Cheap Smell’ is one of the most open, honest and inspired future soul albums of the decade, named after her last pre-fame band and – like her debut – out to find the positive in life’s toughest turns.