Jeanette Lindström

(born in Ås/Östersund, 1971, resident Stockholm/Sweden), is a jazz vocalist and composer. Lindström's focus is on composing and performing her own material, both music and lyrics, but she has worked in other bands and projects and appeared on several occasions as a featured vocalist with jazz groups, big bands and chamber and symphony orchestras. Lindström has performed and toured throughout the Nordic countries as well as France, Belgium, UK, Japan and Canada. After being awarded the Jazz in Sweden prize in 1995, Lindström recorded her debut CD, Another Country, on the Caprice record label. This recording was followed by I saw you 1997 on the same label. In 1998 she recorded and toured with Norrbotten Big Band, led by trumpeter Tim Hagans in collaboration with pianist Kenny Werner, resulting in a CD with music by Kurt Weill as well as repertoire associated with Frank Sinatra, which was released in 1999. For several years Jeanette worked in a duo along with pianist Steve Dobrogosz. In 2000 they released the CD Feathers, Prophone Records. Her CD Walk was released in 2003 and in 2005 the album In The Middle Of This Riddle was released, both on Amigo record label. These two consist mainly of Lindström's songs. Her first standard album in her own name, Whistling Away the Dark was released in 2006. The song Leaf from the CD In The Middle of This Riddle was remixed in 2007 by the American DJ and producer King Britt, and was released exclusively on iTunes Europe. Another track from the same album was featured on the Saint-Germain des Pres Café – Ladies in Nu Jazz – Volume 7, alongside tracks with Norah Jones, Jamie Cullum, Susi Hyldgaard and others. On her album Attitude & Orbit Control, 2009, Playground Music Scandinavia /Diesel Music, drummer Magnus Öström from Swedish e.s.t. co-produced together with Lindström herself, and he is also playing drums. In 2010, she received a Swedish Grammis for the album within the Jazz category.
Selected works: All the world's a Stage, lyrics by Steve Dobrogosz; White lady in the window, lyrics by Steve Dobrogosz
Selected recordings: Leaf –The King Britt Remixes EP, 2007;
Publications direction: Available at Svensk Musik/Swedmic AB
Awards, selection: 2010, Swedish Grammis in category Jazz Album of the Year for the CD Attitude & Orbit Control.Diesel Music.

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