A lot of artists I interview say they take their inspiration from nature and their surroundings but no one took that statement further than FKJ (French Kiwi Juice) when he performed live from Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, courtesy of Cercle.
Cercle, known for filming artists in the most unique of settings, streaming it live on Facebook – took things to the limit when they invited the multi-instrumentalist FKJ to perform on the worlds largest salt flat.
Located almost 12,000ft above sea-level, in the south-west of Bolivia, the flat is covered with a thin layer of water transforming it into a mirror of the heavens above.
With several guitars, saxophones, keyboard and synthesizer FKJ delivered well loved songs but threw in many unheard tracks – in fact these tracks had never seen the light of day. With no audience vibe to feed off, FKJ was led by the beauty and peace of the Salar to create unique pieces which he may never record again!
Don’t miss this spectacular show and make sure you hit up Cercle for other unique performances from a variety of artists.