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Sylkie Monoff with Keith Urban at The Grand Ole Opry - 2012
|Genres||Rock, alternative country, Americana, folk|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer-songwriter, producer|
|Instruments||Guitar, vocals, harmonica, piano|
|Labels||BMG, ZYX Music|
Sylkie Monoff is a German born Singer-Songwriter and has appeared in films.
Born in Wuppertal, she studied music at the Hamburg Conservatory. Her debut album Harbor in the Night BMG Ariola spawned the radio hit "Don't!". The English group BND recorded her song "All the Places", which landed in the top 50 sales charts in Germany and was also awarded Gold (50,000 sold) status in Poland. Her single "The Puzzle" was produced by Mark Schulman (drummer for Pink, Cher, Foreigner).
Her latest album Genuine which reached #1, features Nashville’s top studio musicians including, Eddie Bayers and Brent Mason. She has shared the stage with Albert Lee, Julian Dawson, Iain Matthews, Spencer Davis, Howard Carpendale and Melissa Etheridge. She has also appeared in the films Manta, Manta (by Oscar-winning producer Bernd Eichinger) and King Ping. She has also won "Best International Country Artist" by the Independent Music Network. She continues to write and record in Nashville.
- Manta, Manta