The Poet, Singer & Song Writer Pablo Conejero Lopez grew up in the Mediterranean city of Valencia, Spain. Due to the professions of his parents, Pablo spent much of the first seventeen years of his life in a small town called Seven Oaks in Kent, UK. At eighteen he went to study acting in London at the National Youth Theater where he started developing his writing skills. Yet, it wasn’t until he was 22 that he started considering poetry and music as his main vocation. In the summer of 2004, he released his first collection of songs and poems, Rock and Roll Jolie (published by The Shakespeare Foundation of Spain, ISBN 84-609-1500-X). Conejero Lopez also put out two rock and roll albums as the lead singer and lyricist of the highly publisized Spanish cult punk band Vice & Vanity. They toured extensively around Spain garnering rave reviews with a three song performance and interview for MTV. They also played well-known American venues like CBGBs 313 Gallery, and the Spanish edition of Rolling Stone named their song “I Know Everybody in the City” as one of the best songs of the decade.
In 2006, Conejero Lopez moved to New York City to continue developing his poetry and music. He had his second book, entitled New Reality, published through the Shakespeare Foundation of Spain in December 2011.
New Reality is a collection of poems and songs illustrated by artist Vincent Michaud. Together they released it at The Hole Gallery on The Bowery with much success and the participation of many friends and artists like Paz De La Huerta and Justin Dean Thomas. This event resulted in the formation of a music project called Mone in 2012. Although ephemeral in nature, Mone quickly became a mind bending experimental audio-visual act creating much expectation and performing in selected events and venues around town like Sleep No More.
Living in the Lower East Side of Manhattan he’s currently compiling work for his next book and recording for a new music project.