Donald Weil is a young singer-songwriter & multi-instrumentalist originally from the city of Bluefields, Nicaragua.
His passion for music and the great influence of different artists have led to the search for his own style, printing it thus in his songs a variety of rhythms and lyrics with messages to love, and scenes that we live in every day.
During the past years he has performed in some local venues, whenever the time allow it. He currently has more than fifty songs written, but music it's not the only thing he does. Donald is a well complete artist. Besides music, he also paints, likes photography and works with non profits as a physician.
On 2013 had the opportunity to record some of his songs in his hometown Bluefields (South Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua). All this was possible by his own savings. Recording his first album was more of a challenge, but the whole process reminded him the meaning of the songs. On December of 2013 was the online release of his first single "Feliz". Finally, on March 2014 was the oficial release of his first EP album, which contain six songs.
All songs from "Feliz EP" were written and arranged by Donald Weil. The piano was played by Nehemías Lampson, the saxophone by Donald & Nehemías. All other instruments, vocals and sounds were performed by Donald. Great artists participated in this project as well, such as Simer & Shoker (graffitti artists), Lula Solórzano (photography), Fabio Pantoja (art cover) and Andrew Jaentschke (design/layout).
Nowadays, he's promoting his first album and making concerts performing with loops or with some other musician friends.
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