Kristina Bach

The new album by Kristina Bach – big dreams 2011 celebrating Kristina Bach her 30-year stage anniversary. The album to the celebration is called big dreams”and will be released on their own label B.M.G… Big dreams”was able to meet Kristina Bach in the course of her career as we know already a lot. “” Musical proof is this best of album consisting of from appropriate dancefloor admissions of their greatest hits such as only a cappuccino “, he gave me the Eiffel Tower”, I find not the greatest lover Hey here”and a medley of:”Antonio”,”Caballero, Caballero”newly produced lovingly for the discos of the Republic. A related site: Charlotte Hornets mentions similar findings. What is a successful new production of the cult hits “don’t give up”. The song is a Duet with Drafi Deutscher, which was helped with the original Vocalspur by Drafi production to new splendour. In other words, meet here on bold grooves and pure-bred Discofox brilliant songs. Schlager heart, want more? Of course the album is great Dreams”also in the future and is waiting with ten brand new tracks.

The first single, “It’s still under the skin” is a classical Bach hits, which goes with its wonderful melody directly into the ear and quite simply, as mentioned in the lyrics, touched and seduced”. “Schlager meets gentle eroticism the Femme fatal of the German Schlager makes their northerly free rein and absorbs all of us with a fresh love tour d’Amour”. Kristina Bach, who was born in 1962 in Mettmann as Kerstin Brauer, belongs to the most successful German female singers. As a music producer, songwriter and composer, Kristina Bach is top at the top. The big break came in 1990 with the song “Only a cappuccino” for the singer with the voice of three and a half octaves. Kristina Bach won the Deutsche Schlagerparade including six times in a row, no other artist managed before and after her.