Music is a big part of our world – Interview with John McCourt
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Music is a big part of our world – Interview with John McCourt


While being completely humble and not disclosing too much about his own work and music, John McCourt is a musician whose causes sometimes reach beyond his art. Having grown up on the 80s synth music he still holds his roots dear but is keeping an eye for the new genres, new developments, and new trends in music, which not always make it to the ‘Top 40’ of the day. Here’s our brief but inspiring chat with him. What is music…

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