Jeanette Biedermann

About: Biedermann was born in Berlin in 1981 as an only child to Bernd and Marion Biedermann. At the age of six she began performing professionally on stage of the Circus Lilliput, appearing as a member of a troupe of acrobats. After her secondary school graduation she started receiving vocational training as a hairdesser. The singer discontinued her studies in 1999, however, after she participated in and won the Bild-Schlagerwettbewerb competition, winning out over 270,000 other contestants. She released her debut single, "Das Tut Unheimlich Weh", soon after that. To date, it remains her only song sung entirely in German.

She went on to become an actress on the popular German soap opera Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten, where she played the role of Marie Balzer from 2000-2004.

Biedermann's blossoming television career only boosted her music career. In 2000 she released her first English single, "Go Back". The song entered the top 10 of the German single charts, making way for Biedermann's debut album "Enjoy", which was eventually certified Gold. Biedermann won an ECHO for best-selling "Female Artist National" one year later. Her second album, "Delicious", came out soon after, and it was certified Gold.

In 2002 Biedermann released her third Album Rock My Life which peaked at number 7 on the German albums chart and was eventually certified Gold. The album's lead single "Rock My Life" peaked at number 3 and also was certified Gold. Other singles which were released from the album are "It's Over Now" and "Right Now"; both songs peaked in the Top 10. Afterwards Biedermann started her second live tour Rock My Life.

In November 2003 she released her fourth studio album Break On Through, which was certified Platinum. The album's lead single "Rockin' on Heaven's Floor" peaked at number 3 on the German singles Chart. In spring 2004 she started her Break On Through Tour, her biggest tour to date.

Biedermann's latest album Naked Truth was released in March 2006 and included contributions from her current boyfriend and guitarist Jörg Weissenberg. The album reached a moderate number 14 on the national albums chart and fell quickly out of the Top 50. The album was promoted by a small live tour, named Bad Girls Club, through eight German cities.

Biedermann is currently working on a new album.


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