Sandee Chan

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Sandee Chan
Chinese name陳珊妮
Born (1970-07-19) July 19, 1970 (age 48)
Philippines
Alma materNational Chengchi University
OccupationSinger-songwriter, music producer, director
Years active1994–present
Genre(s)Pop
Spouse(s)Arthur Chan
AncestryShanghai, China
Websitewww.sandeechan.com
Awards
Golden Melody Awards
Best Album Producer
2005
Best Mandarin Album
2005
Best Mandarin Female Singer
2009

Sandee Chan (simplified Chinese: 陈珊妮; traditional Chinese: 陳珊妮); born July 19, 1970) is a Taiwanese singer-songwriter, music producer and director.

Early life[edit]

Chan was born in the Philippines on July 19, 1970. Her family has Chinese roots, and she has Shanghai ancestry. Due to her father's factor, her family moved to Taiwan.

Chan holds a BA in Journalism at National Chengchi University.[1]

Career[edit]

Chan began playing the piano as a child and created her own songs while a student at National Chengchi University in Taiwan. She was signed by an independent record label after performing on university music contest Young Star in 1991, and wrote songs for Jeff Chang and Huang Pin-Yuan before releasing her debut single and album in 1994. She has released 14 solo albums.[2]

  • DISCOGRAPHY:
  • Original Solo Albums:
  • (1994) Washington chopped down the Cherry Tree
  • (1995) Leaving on a Jet Plane
  • (1996) Sing till the end of the World
  • (1999) I’m not the kind of Girl
  • (2000) Perfect Moan
  • (2004) Then, We All Wept
  • (2008) What If It Matters
  • (2011) I Love You, John
  • (2013) A Low-key Life
  • (2015) When Sorrow Being Downloaded Twice
  • (2018) Martial God Cardea

  • Other Albums:
  • (1997) The night when bad guys weren't so bad (Live + Best of Album)
  • (2004) Happy Together (2003 Live)
  • (2005) An Addiction Of Beauty (Live Album)
  • (2009) A Tale of Two Chens (Sandee + Kimmy EP)
  • (2011) 19 (Sandee + Chen Chien Chi Album)

Awards[edit]

Chan was awarded Best Album and Best Album Producer at the 16th Golden Melody Awards in 2005.[3]

At the 20th Golden Melody Awards in 2009, she won Best Mandarin Female Singer.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 陈珊妮你咋不上天:她是学霸 做了很多知名专辑 Retrieved 2016-08-02
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-28. Retrieved 2012-03-24.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-06-27. Retrieved 2012-07-15.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2011-07-16. 20th Golden Melody Awards Registration Information

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