Eugene is a singer-songwriter who began his career singing in the streets of Tel Aviv in 2015. Since then, music has taken him through over 18 countries and has shared countless experiences moving people through music.
After 8 years of singing in the streets, Eugene finally bought his dream van which he's been converting into a recording studio and a stage. He now travels North America with it, entertaining people wherever he goes. He even started offering Driveway Concerts.
The songs Eugene is currently working on, shine light on inspiration, hope & coming together.
He invites you to join his journey via 'GenieClub'
Born into a musically gifted family who fled the USSR as soon as they could, Eugene always had a passion for music. However, it wasn't until he stumbled upon busking that he discovered there could be a real future for him in music.
what people are saying
“Eugene wrote me a beautiful song about my two sons. He did such an amazing job at it, it brings a tear to my eye listening to it. Highly recommend!!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I first heard Eugene in St Albert, Alberta at the Farmers Market. He was singing a James Blunt song and it was so lovely I had to walk towards the sound and listen to him sing. I’ve been following him on social media ever since and enjoy his live streams. Such a talented artist."
- Holly, Canada
“I caught only a glimpse of Eugene Music just a few hours ago by the beach in Tel Aviv - I could feel the authenticity & the love from meters away & was drawn towards the cheer, calm, uplifting, beautiful energy. Eugene, you inspired me to keep doin what I'm doing & I'm sending you the same energy back! 💚"
- Rena, America
Getting the perfect gift can be time consuming and stressful. Eugene writes custom songs so that you can give the gift that will last a life time and have your loved one feel like the most special person in the world!
something really cool happened
On April 3rd 2022, myself and a few friends decided to follow Trevor Hall on tour from Florida and have been at most of his shows on that tour. I would set up my amp outside his show as people are lining up and sing his songs & then I would leave 1 song before the end of the show and sing to his fans on the way out. He noticed this and on April 13th at his South Burlington, Vermont show, one of his electronics malfunctioned, he noticed me in the crowd and invited me up to sing a song! It may have helped that my shirt read 'Can I sing a song?'