David Linx

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David Linx
David Linx in 2011
David Linx in 2011
Background information
Born(1965-03-22)22 March 1965
Brussels, Belgium
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter
LabelsPolygram, Le Chant du Monde, Naive

David Linx (born 22 March 1965) is a Belgian jazz singer and songwriter.[1][2][3]


As leader[edit]

  • Hungry Voices with Roy Ayers, Bashiri Johnson, Brenda White King, Nicolas Fiszman, Philippe Allard, Philippe Decock, Kevin Mulligan,… (Miracle, 1988)
  • A Lover’s Question with James Baldwin, Pierre Van Dormael, Steve Coleman, Slide Hampton, Toots Thielemans, … (Crepuscule, 1990/re-released in 1999 by Label Bleu-Harmonia Mundi)
  • Where Rivers Join (September, 1990)
  • Moon to Your Sun (Crepuscule, 1991)
  • Encores, a compilation (BMR, 1995)
  • Standards with Nathalie Loriers, Nic Thys and Hans Van Oosterhout BMR, 1996)
  • L'Instant D'Apres with Marc Ribot, Kevin Breit,… produced by Craig Street (Polydor/Universal, 2001)
  • Changing Faces with the Brussels Jazz Orchestra and guests: Natalie Dessay, Ivan Lins, Minino Garay, Manu Codjia, Maria Joao(O+ Music/Harmonia Mundi, 2007)
  • Follow the Songlines with Maria Joao, Diederik Wissels, Mario Laginha, Helge Andreas Norbakken, Christophe Wallemme and the Porto National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dirk Brossé (Naive, 2010)
  • Rock My Boat with Rhoda Scott, André Ceccarelli, Lenine, Paolo Fresu, Julien Lourau, Laurent Cugny, Nguyên Lê, Christophe Wallemme, … (Naive, 2011)
  • A Different Porgy and Another Bess with Maria Joao and the Brussels Jazz Orchestra (Naive, 2012)
  • a NOUsGARO, Inédits et Incontournables with André Ceccarelli, Pierre-Alain Goualch, Diego Imbert and Marlon Moore (Just Looking, 2013)
  • Brel with the Brussels Jazz Orchestra (Jazz Village/Pias, 2016)
  • 7000 Miles (Sound Surveyor, 2017)
  • The Wordsmith with Michel Hatzigeorgiou (Sound Surveyor, 2018)
  • Skin In The Game with Grégory Privat, Chris Jennings, Arnaud Dolmen, Manu Codjia and Marlon Moore (Cristal Records/Sony Music Entertainment, 2020)

With Diederik Wissels

  • Kamook (Fever Music, 1992)
  • If One More Day (Crepuscule, 1993)
  • Up Close (Label Bleu, 1995)
  • Bandarkah (Label Bleu, 1998)
  • Heartland (EmArcy/Universal, 2001)
  • This Time (Le Chant du Monde, 2003)
  • One Heart Three Voices (E-motive, 2005)
  • Winds of Change (Just Looking, 2013)
  • The Whistleblowers with Paolo Fresu (Tuk, 2015)

As guest[edit]

  • Andre Ceccarelli, Le Coq et La Pendule (Plus Loin, 2009)
  • Laurent Cugny, A Personal Landscape: Lumiere (Universal, 2001)
  • Laurent Cugny, La Tectonique Des Nuages (France Music/Yakprod, 2010)
  • Claude Nougaro, La Note Bleue (Blue Note, 2004)
  • Diederik Wissels, The Hillock Songstress (Igloo/Sowarex, 1995)
  • Diederik Wissels, From This Day Forward (Igloo/Sowarex, 1996)
  • Wise, Metrophone (Melius Prod, 2006)
  • David Chevalier, Is That Pop Music?? (Cristal Records, 2013)
  • Daniel Goyone


  1. ^ Gioia, Ted. "David Linx & The Brussels Jazz Orchestra: Black Crow". Jazz.com. Archived from the original on 25 December 2009. Retrieved 9 April 2010.
  2. ^ Quénum, Thierry. "David Linx: The Land of Joy". Jazz.com. Archived from the original on 6 January 2008. Retrieved 9 April 2010.
  3. ^ "David Linx Interview" (in French). Zicline. Retrieved 9 April 2010.

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