Blind leads the way for Estonian rock music

  • 2003-11-13
  • By Justine Petrone
TALLINN - Meeting Urmas Voolpriit, the principal songwriter and frontman for Blind, one of Estonia's biggest rock groups, you are struck by just how rock 'n' roll he is. He possesses the dry, detached wit of any New Yorker, yet articulates his comic narratives with an icy and deadpan voice, barely letting on when the conversation is serious and when everything is just a big joke.He'll tell you how Blind was in New York during 9/11. "The whole city stunk," he says of his stay in New York during that time. He'll tell you about Blind's thirst for beer, which is so great that they once crossed ...
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