'Storm' singer Victor Crone took the stage for the first time in Tel Aviv today. Alone on stage, the singer made a point to really connect with the audience with close-up shots and a direct gaze into the camera throughout his performance.
Estonia will take the stage 14th in the first Semi-Final on Tuesday 14 May at Expo Tel Aviv in Israel.
Victor Crone was born in 1992 in Österåker, Sweden and grew up in a musical family, with his grandmother being a singer and his grandfather being a violinist. But it was not until his parents bought him his first guitar at the age of 12 that he began to embrace his musicality. At age 14 he began to sing and write his own songs, and at 18, he got the incredible opportunity to travel to the United States to write music in Tennessee, New York and at the iconic Capitol Records in Los Angeles.
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What happens on stage?
Victor delivers a personal performance os 'Storm'. What starts as a soft, singer-songwriter vibe picks up with the tempo as he goes on to deliver high energy moves. Wearing a black leather coat and unbuttoned white shirt, his casual wardrobe and simple staging allow the song to stand out on its own. Graphics behind him depict a a growing and then clearing storm in keeping with his uplifting message.