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Sinne Eeg is one of the strongest new female vocalists from the Scandinavian jazz scene. With 5 albums Sinne Eeg has established herself as a Danish jazz singer with international potential.

Sinne’s distinctive vocals have earned her a loyal and ever growing fan base around the world as well as in her native country. As a singer she is influenced by Nancy Wilson, Betty Carter and Sarah Vaughan, but with her personal touch of soft darkness, Sinne keeps the Scandinavian melancholy settled in her music.

Since the release of the album “Waiting For Dawn” (2007) Sinne has won several music awards in Denmark, among others Danish Music Award (Best jazz vocal Album 2007, 2010), Danish Radio Jazz Award 2009.


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”The ravishing young Danish vocalist Sinne Eeg. Eeg has an amazing technique, coverage for all the tones she sings, a genuine jazz feeeling and an unusually large vocal range from top to bottom. Coupled with a totally obvious stage charisma, dignity and a sparkle in the eye, this really makes you surrender.”

(Review of Sinne Eeg + trio at Kristianstad Jazzfestival 10 Oct 2008 by Alexander Agrell, jazz journalist at Sydsvenskan (leading morning paper of South Sweden)

”A fully mature artist who dares to take chances, and succeeds with an instinctive feeling that lends credibility to everything she does.” —Boris Rabinowitsch, Politiken (Danish national daily newspaper)

”A voice that is warm and tremendously expressive - sometimes revealing a touch of fragility - and whose emotional register ranges from delicate modesty to explosiveness, without falling for the temptation of over dramatizing

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Albums

Album Dreams by Sinne Eeg

Dreams

Artist Share
2017

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Album Eeg-Fonnesbaek by Sinne Eeg

Eeg-Fonnesbaek

Stunt Records/Sundance Music
2015

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Album Eeg-Fonnesbæk by Sinne Eeg

Eeg-Fonnesbæk

Stunt Records/Sundance Music
2015

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