Caroline Henderson (singer)

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Caroline Henderson
Born (1962-02-28) 28 February 1962 (age 56)
Stockholm, Sweden
GenresPop, jazz
Occupation(s)Singer, actress
Associated actsRay Dee Ohh

Caroline Henderson (born 28 February 1962) is a DanishSwedish pop and jazz singer. She moved to Copenhagen from Sweden in 1983 and spent her youth singing in various jazz bands. Her breakthrough was in 1989 as part of pop group Ray Dee Ohh. After the group disbanded, Henderson launched a solo career with multi award-winning album Cinemataztic (1995) featuring smash hits "Kiss Me Kiss Me" and "Made In Europe".

Follow-up Metamorphing (1998), disco cover album Dolores J - The Butterfly (2000) and the more experimental Naos (2002) didn't have the same commercial impact. A new turn saw Henderson develop into a full-fledged jazz singer on albums Don't Explain (2003), Made In Europe (2004), Love Or Nothin’ (2006) and No. 8 (2008).

Henderson has also appeared as an actress in plays and films.

Awards[edit]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Record label Peak positions
DEN
[1]
1995 Cinemataztic RCA
1998 Metamorphing RCA
2000 Dolores J - The Butterfly RCA
2002 NAOS Sony 29
2003 Don't Explain Stunt/Sundance 17
2004 Made in Europe Stunt/Sundance 32
2006 Love or Nothin' Stunt/Sundance 14
2008 No 8 Copenhagen Records 5
2009 Keeper Of The Flame Copenhagen Records 15
2011 Jazz, Love & Henderson Sony Classical
2011 Jazz Collection (box set)
2012 Lonely House Universal Music 20

Singles[edit]

Year Single record label Peak positions Album
DEN
[1]
2012 "Se en stjerne" Sony Music 30

Filmography[edit]

  • 2006: Der var engang en dreng - som fik en lillesøster med vinger as Snow White
  • 2007: Tuya siempre as Gloria Cole
  • 2008: Max Pinlig as Ofelias tante
  • 2012: Julestjerner (TV series, 24 episodes as Kim)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Caroline Henderson discography". danishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Archived from the original on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2013.

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