Gisi Steinert

Gisi Steinert

I met John Langford through our web radio, where I do the breakfast show. He regularly dropped in, I liked his music, and so something like a friendship developed. When Gerald called for duets, I asked John, and he immediately said yes. He had previously done some charity performances and wanted to learn all about Parkinson’s. Last year I even visited him in England and got to know many more local supporters, which was great. I am a committed Parkinson’s Ambassador, and honorary member of Parkinsonline Austria. I sufferer from Pd for twenty-four years myself. Thank you, John, and all the musicians who helped producing this song.
Gisi Steinert, Germany

Uli Sajko

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Uli Sajko

Well, by myself I’m singing the whole day long. So I thought that it won’t be a problem and agreed to sing a duet. I learned the words, rehearsed the song.
Sorry! I forgot to explain: I don’t hear very well. In fact I hear very bad. It should become a problem.
Never in my life did I sing so badly as in the studio with Johnny Schwarzinger.
But Johnny? He was so calm, so sure that we will get there eventually.
As a small present I gave him a chapbook with my poems and he liked them and had the idea for me to read one around his song.
Together with his music it became a wonderful mix and I’m very happy and say many thanks to Johnny! He is truly a great singer/songwriter. Uli Sajko