It's a great honour.
Some time ago American singer/songwrite David Holler read my post on Zurich's Cafe Odeon. He was inspired to write and record a song about the city's most famous cafe, meeting place for all sorts of bohemians and literati. This week the song has been released, which you can download on iTunes. The official video has been released too, and I'm honoured to be listed among the credits at the end. David has done a fantastic job: charming, punchy music with a great sequence of historical photos. I love how he rhymes "literaries and Mata Hari's". And not many contemporary pop songs can boast of lyrics like these:
"Artists painters, sinners and sainters
People paradin’ on the sidewalk down the boulevard
We’ll drink espressos, write manifestos
Chill with Dadaists, expressionists and the Avant-garde"
Enjoy the video.