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Ingrid Nomad

Ingrid Nomad was born in Ghent (Belgium). Music was not her first choice as a career. She studied ‘Applied Communications’ and began singing after overcoming stage fright by taking classes with Brad Chapman in Los Angeles (US). He has worked with Anita Baker, Quincy Jones and others. She studied classical piano at the School of arts in Ghent and graduated in 1995. Wanting to expand her horizons, she went to the Jazzstudio in Antwerp where she was introduced to jazz music with the likes of Billy Hart. She then formed a jazz quartet with Olivier Collette (piano), Joris De Backer (double bass) and Wouter Van Dyck (drums)

Turn on the Radio

Label: Indiblue Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Turn on the Radio

Let's go Outside

Label: Indiblue Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: If you Love #1, Look for the Rainbow #2, The Train #3, To the Bone #4, Let's go Outside #5, Kurt #6, Turn on the Radio #7, Painting Colors #8, Blackbird #9, Don't Cry #10, My brand new Shoes #11, A mother's Daughter #12, I wanna be close to you #13


No Mind

Featuring the music of Ingrid Nomad
Duration: 4:27

From the debut album We are One. Ingrid Nomad: vocals; Sabin Todorov: piano; Sal La Rocca: bouble bass; Stephan Pougin: drums & percussion.

We Are One

Label: Indiblue Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: No Mind; The Night; Long Is The Journey; We Are One; Time; Blue Bayou; I Need Help; The Speed Of Light; Will You; Soldiers Of War; Water.


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