There are some musicians who enjoy making music and don't care if anyone hears it or not. They do it for their own pleasure and without thinking about any compromises. One of them is the singer-songwriter and Spoken Word performer Colorful Door, a self-confessed artist. He is a simple musician who plays simple instrumentals in which he does not prove that he is a top guitarist, but offers incredibly attractive and warm melodies. Like the stories of some dear people whom we remember most of our lives. That these are not lightly composed compositions is evidenced by the fact that their undisguised beauty can hardly pass as background music, because with their impressive musical vocabulary, they unexpectedly attract attention and invite careful listening, and then surrendering to musical stories. The Colorful Door is a musical alter ego and is the musical idea of Ramo Kurtović. Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colorful Door is a singer-songwriter based in Vienna. Although he has long made his physical home in Central Europe, musically he lives somewhere between the worlds of jazz and blues, with influences ranging from Gill Scot Heron, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen to Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. Colorful Door has been writing songs and poetry for over 30 years. He returned to the stage in 2019 and since then he has often collaborated with other artists and diligently built his repertoire as an excellent singer-songwriter. His songs have been performed at various Spoken Word festivals around the world. When not in the studio, Colorful Door can be found walking in the woods or with a coffee and a book.