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In 2007 Mette Juul won the International Jazzartist Competition in Tallinn, in which 12 singers from 8 contries participated. Juul released her debut album “Coming In From The Dark” in 2010 with the great danish drummer Alex Riel, Jesper Lundgaard on bass, Heine Hansen by the piano and guests Palle Mikkelborg on trumpet and Poul Halberg on guitar. Juul released her second album “Moon On My Shoulder” in 2012 with trumpetter Ambrose Akinmusire, Lars Danielsson – bass, Morten Lund – drums and Nikolaj Hess – piano. Juul released her third album “There is a Song” september 18th 2015 on Universal Music Group. Music by Mette Juul, recorded with danish pianist Nikolaj Hess, trumpetter Ambrose Akinmusire, drummer Rodney Green, Joe Sanders on bass and Mike Moreno on guitar. In 2019 Juul release her fourth album Change on Universal Music Denmark.

Mette Juul is also starting a new projekt with songs in Danish. All the albums and subsequent concerts have all received numerous excellent reviews. Mette Juul also earned a degree from The Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen. From an early age singing and writing songs became a natural part of Juul ́s life.


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Album Change by Mette Juul

Change

Universal Music Group
2020

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Album New York – Copenhagen by Mette Juul

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Self Produced
2020

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Album There Is a Song by Mette Juul

There Is a Song

Universal International
2015

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