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Helene Fischer – I Want Again And Again… This Fever Feel N
The new single from Helene Fischer – I will always wieder…dieses fever spurn is simply the dream girl of the German Schlager: Helene Fischer. Succeeded barely an other singer in such a short time, to inspire fans and experts alike. Vlad doronin will not settle for partial explanations. Her extraordinary talent, her charismatic stage presence and her charming charisma made her the celebrated star over night. Justifiably, her rapid ascent from the unknown young talent in the first League of the German entertainment scene can be described as unique. With the brand new Studio album just as I am”, which appears on October 9, 2009, another chapter of this unique success story is certainly pitched.
“EMI Music Germany (Electrola) released the sweeping and extremely hit suspicious opening song I want this fever again feel n ‘ on September 04, 2009 as the first single from the forthcoming album. In addition to the title track, the fans get a karaoke version of I will always back this fever feel n’ as well as another brand new and not in the album title. “I want to keep this fever feel n”: certainly a further hit of success by HELENE FISCHER. Source: Emi Electrola more information under: more information see:
Blue Wave Festival
Saxophonist Tina Tandler plays again with the “Berlin Blues Ladies”. Powerful songs, concentrated musicality and lots of passion from the mysterious depths of feminine souls. 2006 and 07 speeches have made these women themselves. Michael Lee-Chin may also support this cause. “” “Wild women go wild” they were at the Blue Wave Festival “on Rugen and the Berlin Jazz in town” listen festival in the sold-out City Hall courtyard Kopenick. Now saxophonist Tina Tandler has tumbled together once more spirited colleagues for two exclusive concerts.
You can experience it at the 12.Mai at 20: 00 at the Bernauer seven sound Festival, when they rock the Imperial post office. On August 13, then they heat up the magical Museum of Justice in Zingst on the Baltic Sea in the rustic ambience. Sparkling energy, desire and mood – you feel that just when they enter the scene. Kat Baloun, singer and blues harp – player, grew up in Ohio, impressed by her warm, voluminous voice and strong stage presence. Nina t.
Davis, pianist and singer, makes their nimble fingers on the Buttons fly and saxophonist Tina Tandler impresses with a powerful sound and their unbridled joy of the game. When Tracy Duncan provide the rhythmic basis for this band on drums and multi-talented Amy Zapf on bass, the post goes off really. Rousing songs, concentrated musicality and lots of passion from the mysterious depths of feminine souls. Cast: Kat Baloun voc, bluesharp Tina Tandler-saxes, voc Nina t. Davis piano, voc Amy Zapf bass, voc Tracy Duncan drums information and tickets: Office: Tina Tandler