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Nicole Herzog

Nicole Herzog, daugther of a Congolese mother and a Swiss father. At the age of 4 Nicole started taking lessons in classical ballet, and until her 16th birthday she pursued her dream of becoming a professional dancer. Singing and playing the piano had been just two more hobbies for a long years. Her passion for solo singing sparked when she participated in a musical organized by her high school. She kept singing in regional pop, soul, R'n'B and funk bands. Because of a rising interest in Jazz, she applied for the International Jazzfestival Generations 2004, where she participated in workshops held by Adrian Mears, Ira Coleman, Lewis Nash, Dick Oatts and others

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Article: Bailey's Bundles

Five Women 2017 III: – Rose Ellis, Rozina Patkai, Nicole Herzog, Sharon Paige, and Kathy Ingraham

Read "Five Women 2017 III: – Rose Ellis, Rozina Patkai, Nicole Herzog, Sharon Paige, and Kathy Ingraham" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Rose Ellis Like Songs Like Moons Self Produced 2017 On her debut recording, Like Songs Like Moons, New York City by-way-of-the Netherlands vocalist and composer Rose Ellis, brings to jazz a voice as clear as a bell and unafraid to take chances. Her tone is diamond hard and easy on the ...

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I Loves You Billie

Label: Brambus Records
Released: 2016

Album

That's Life

Label: Musiques Suisses
Released: 2016

Album

Intimacy

Label: Brambus Records
Released: 2013

Album

Time Will Tell

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: One Note Samba; The Man I Love; The Best I Can; Afro Blue; Time Will Tell; While My Baby Sleeps; Agua De Beber; If I Were a Bell.

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Article: Album Review

Nicole Herzog: Time Will Tell

Read "Time Will Tell" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Slight and striking, the coquette-voiced German Nicole Herzog has the stones to lead her own septet on Time Will Tell. Rather than opting for a trio or quartet format as her ride, Herzog employs the “little big band" concept developed and perfected by Miles Davis with his famous 1949 nonet and 1958 sextet. ...


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