Bianca Shomburg

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  DE 90 04/07/1997 (3 weeks)

Bianca Shomburg (born September 17, 1974 in Bielefeld ) is a German singer .


The civil servant at the time took part in 1995 in the German branch of the Dutch casting program Soundmix Show hosted by RTL , moderated by Linda de Mol , and was able to prevail against 17 other candidates. In 1996 she represented Germany at the European Soundmix Show, where she took first place with Think Twice (original by Celine Dion ). She won a record deal with producer Harold Faltermeyer . Their first single was called I Believe in Love.

Thereupon Ralph Siegel signed her; with the title Zeit written by him (originally written for Esther Ofarim ) she represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 , where she came in 18th. The following album in English, It's My Time , was not a commercial success. In the following years she produced a few more hits in German and had television appearances, for example in the ZDF hit parade . After that, she mainly worked as a singing teacher, including for the candidates from Deutschland sucht den Superstar .

In August 2008, together with Björn Diewald , she founded the country rock formation Nashfield , which grew to seven members, and with which she performed numerous public appearances. In June 2013, Nashfield signed a recording deal with AGR Television Records, which released the debut album One in September 2013. On January 6, 2014, she was broadcasting an episode of 4 weddings and a dream trip , where she appeared as a singer at the candidates' wedding ceremony.

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  1. Chart sources: DE
  2. Place of birth in the section "About the person" ( Memento from April 10, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
  3. The television cemetery: «The Soundmix Show»
  4. Nashfield signs record deal with AGR Television Records . Retrieved August 31, 2013.