Eeva Talsi is a fiddle player and vocalist. Her band, Curly Strings, are superstars in their home country of Estonia. She chose to record her latest project, a fusion of American and Estonian folk music, at Supertone Records.
Their debut album received several awards at the Estonian Music Awards alongside the R2 hit of the year, with their song 'Kauges külas'.
She chose to record her latest project, a collaborative fusion of Estonian and American folk music with Grammy's nominee Casey Driessen, at Supertone Records.
Eeva said about here experience:
"Supertone Records Studio is one of the coziest and nicest places I have ever recorded; I’m really happy and grateful for that time I spent there. It is also a home of Simon and Suzy who are really warm and wonderful people. They made me feel nice and relaxed.
I have never seen a recording room that has nicer view. Overall experience was inspiring and i will definitely come back!!"