Extraordinary concert at Stockholms Koncerthus

Hanne Boel is playing an extraordinary concert at Stockholms Koncerthus, Friday the 20th of January, as Gino Vannelli unfortunately has had to cancel his show due to illness. Hanne Boel has been brought in as replacement, as Stockholms Koncerthus have strongly wished to let the show go on. Hanne Boel is performing as part of a quartet, consisting of Jakob Karlzon on piano, Morten Ramsbøll on double bass and Morten Lund on drums.

Hanne Boel performs on new Mario Biondi release

The 15th of November, 2011, Mario Biondi new album "Due - The Unexpected Glimpses" was released in Italy and several other countries. The release includes the duet between Hanne Boel and Mario Biondi, "Funny How Time Slips Away". The duet was equally released on Hanne Boel's latest album "The Shining of Things" from 2011. In relation to the release, Hanne Boel appeared on the Swiss radio station, Retetre Lugano, to perform the duet together with Mario Biondi.


Hanne Boel's official Facebook-Wall launched today, the 25th of September 2011. Everybody is welcome to join the page, on which it will be possible to share photos, music and messages, while certain official materials, such as videos and music, will be available as well.
Visit the page at the following URL: http://tinyurl.com/42kywok

Hanne Boel as guest star in Verona

Hanne Boel stars as guest singer in Verona, the 18th September 2011, in occasion of Mario Biondi's concert in the ancient Arena of Verona. Earlier this year, Mario Biondi starred as guest singer during Hanne Boel's concert in "Den Sorte Diamant" in Copenhagen, and they are now repeating the success in an exclusive concert in the Arena of Verona. The two concerts are a result of Hanne Boel's co-operation with Italian jazz singer, Mario Biondi, which can be heard both on Hanne Boel's latest release "The Shining of Things", as well as Mario Biondi's soon-to-be released record.

New Album – The Shining Of Things

Hanne Boel – The Shining Of Things
Stunt Records STUCD 11062

In 1988 - following a few years of extensive touring with the funk band Blast - Hanne Boel turned towards soul-affiliated music. With Black Wolf, the first of 14 solo releases, her career skyrocketed, propelling her to the top of Scandinavian charts again and again. However, in 1987, shortly before this success story began, she had a short flirt with jazz on SHADOW OF LOVE with Jørgen Emborg, Mads Vinding and Alex Riel. The record was released on the budding label Stunt Records and over the years, despite a reclusive life in the shadows, the album sold gold.

Hanne Boel: The Shining Of Things

JP – Anders Houmøller Thomsen
Hanne Boel: The shining of things (Stunt Records)

Hanne Boel fortsætter vejen væk fra mainstream og pop med et momentvis glimrende jazz-album. Det indbyder til følsomme rutsjeture - men sine steder desværre også til sindig slummer.

Ligesom kollegaen Caroline Henderson er den 53-årige Hanne Boel tilsyneladende holdt op med at spekulere i, hvad mainstream-publikummet efterspørger. Soul-Hanne, pop-Hanne og artrock-Hanne har fået løbepas, og den nyudsprungne jazz-Hanne gør lige, hvad der passer hende.