He did, after all, get robbed of probably the only potential hit he’d ever penned by the somewhat better known band from the neighbouring rehearsal room. But never one to bear a grudge and far removed from the green-eyed monster,CORENELL learnt well from his misfortune, saw that he’d been seriously underestimating his talent for production and song-writing – andembarked without a moment’s hesitation on a new career. As the years went by, musical tastes changed – and what else could one expect in the 90s? New equipment for producing and playing electronicmusic was a must! Only just of legal age at his first club gigs, CORENELL was greeted at his door on his 23rd birthday by the first A&R with a record contract that was to be followed by numerous further signings. Then there it was: the longed-for success, fame, honour and the odd willing groupie – not only in Germany and Europe but particularly, in far-flung spots abroad. Canada, the USA, South and Central America,Malaysia, the Philippines,Japan, Russia, Australia and New Zealand were only some of the stations CORENELL visited – still travelling at that time under several different aliases. All well and good – yet in 2006 CORENELL opened a new chapter in his musical career and reinvented himself with the goal of once again takingup the challenge, full of élan and confidence. With pumping Tech and Electro-House beats he set about stirring up the scene and its clubs.
“A Deeper Love” gave the starting shot in 2006, followed by remixes for Kleerup, Dada, Plastik Funk and Goleo IV vs. Atomic Kitten “Keep On Jumpin'” – a new version of Todd Terry’s legendary House-hymn – has just been released and appeared directly at number 1 at the UK Dance Charts. This makes it as clear as day that CORENELL is a name to be noted. From http://www.myspace.com/corenell Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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