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There's a logic and satisfaction to fixing things you could never get from songwriting." Hardly a sentiment one might anticipate from a singer-songwriter whose new solo album, Didn't He Ramble, might just be his most personal, and loveliest, yet; but Hansard is nothing if not a plain speaker. "Songs are these weird, ethereal things – like birds that land in the garden you try to coax into the room.
At seven years Marketa began learning the piano as this had been her mother Jana’s own unfulfilled childhood dream.But Once isn’t your typical musical, nor was the 2007 film it was based on.Its story is far more complex than it initially seems, with the offstage life of the people who starred in the movie and wrote its songs paralleling the fictional world they inhabited in an eerily prescient way.He was impressed enough to bring her up on stage to join The Frames for a song during their performance.“I was super embarrassed, but not because I had a rock-star crush,” Irglova told the New York Times in a 2008 interview.“It was because he was Irish and exotic, and I had to speak English.”Despite the difference in their ages, the two kept in touch, with Hansard mentoring her as a songwriter, and they finally began to perform together in Europe in late 2005 as a duo called The Swell Season.Her father had booked The Frames for a festival in the town of Valassky Mezirici in the Czech Republic.
At a party thrown for The Frames before their concert, Hansard heard Irglova sing.
While neither of her parents played music, her father was a journalist and patron to many artists, and music was a constant in their household.
Marketa’s parents always kept their door open to travelers and all found a warm welcome in their home.
The boy is Glen Hansard, a 47-year-old Irish indie musician, who spent most of his career with a well-regarded but largely under-the-radar group called The Frames. She’s Marketa Irglova, a 25-year-old Czech singer-songwriter who met Hansard and went from being a total unknown to a reluctant global star in the space of a few years. But while they were together, they attracted a perfect storm of publicity, with everyone wondering whether the love affair they portrayed both on screen and off was a case of art imitating life, or vice versa.
It all began in 2001, when Irglova was 13 and Hansard was 35.
Is it a little weird to watch an actor who's essentially playing you playing yourself?