Cæcilie Norby

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Performing in Warszawa, August 2011

Cæcilie Norby (born 9 September 1964) is a Danish jazz and rock singer. She was born in Frederiksberg into a musical family. Her father is composer Erik Norby, and her mother is an opera singer. In 1985 she had her first commercial success as a singer of the jazz / rock band Frontline. In 1995 she released her first jazz album Cæcilie Norby.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

as part of Frontline
Cæcilie Norby.
Photo Hreinn Gudlaugsson
  • 1985: Frontline
  • 1986: Frontlife
as One Two
  • 1986: One Two
  • 1990: Hvide Løgne
  • 1993: Getting Better
Solo studio albums
Year Album Peak positions
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1995 Cæcilie Norby  –
1996 My Corner of the Sky  –
1999 Queen of Bad Excuses  –
2002 First Conversation 2
2005 Slow Fruit 20
2010 Arabesque 23
2013 Silent Ways 27
Solo live albums
Year Album Peak positions
DEN
[1]
2004 London/Paris 11
Solo compilation albums
Year Album Peak positions
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2007 I Had a Ball - Greatest & More  –

Awards[edit]

  • 1985: Ben Webster Prize
  • 1986: Best Recording Album in Japan
  • 1997: Simon Spies Soloist Prize
  • 2000: Wilhelm Hansen Music Prize
  • 2010: IFPI's Honorary Award

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Cæcilie Norby discography". danishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 

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