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  • Date of birth : 22/02/1981

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  • Jeanette
  • Jeanette Miriam Biedermann

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Jeanette Biedermann (1981)

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Jeanette Biedermann , also known by her stage name Jeanette, is a German recording artist, actress and television personality. Born and raised in Berlin, Biedermann began performing as a member of a troupe of acrobats in a children's circus at the age of six. She later attended beauty school before dropping out to pursue her music career following her participation and win of the Bild-Schlagerwettbewerb competition in 1999.

Biedermann came to prominence within the music industry following the release of her debut studio album Enjoy! which spawned the top ten hit single "Go Back." Her second studio album Delicious was a commercial success and gained gold status. Rock My Life became her first album to debut within the top ten while fourth studio album Break on Through went platinum in Germany. In 2004, she recorded the holiday album Merry Christmas and, after a return to music with a new record label, Biedermann released the rock-pop album Naked Truth and dance pop-influenced album Undress to the Beat the following years. With album and single sales in excess of ten million copies, she is ranked among the highest-selling German singers of today. Her contributions to the music industry have garnered her numerous achievements including two ECHO Awards, a Goldene Kamera and a Top of the Pops Award.

Lending her musical knowledge to others, Biedermann served a member of the judging panel of reality television competition series Star Search and Stars auf Ice in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Since, she has also starred in various films and television projects, including crime series Tatort , spoofing film Dörte's Dancing , and the Sat.1 telenovela Anna und die Liebe in which she plays Anna.

  Biography  

  Early life
Biedermann was born in Berlin on February 22, 1981 as the only child of Bernd and Marion Biedermann. Before Jeanette was born her parents lost 3 children. Two in the pregnancy, the third child, Dennis, died 3 weeks after the birth. At the age of six she began performing professionally on stage of the Circus Lilliput, appearing as a member of a troupe of acrobats and she went on to attend beauty school once she graduated from high school. After her secondary school graduation she started receiving vocational training as a hairdresser. The singer discontinued her studies in 1999, however, after she participated in and won the Bild-Schlagerwettbewerb competition, winning out over 270,000 other contestants. She released her debut single, "Das tut unheimlich weh", soon after that. To date, it remains her only song performed entirely in German.

One month later after the competition she continued becoming an actress when she appeared on the German soap opera Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten, where she played the role of Marie Balzer from 1999-2004.
Biedermann's blossoming TV career only boosted her music career. In May 2008, she has played the main role of Anna Polauke with German actor Roy Peter Link in the new TV series Anna und die Liebe aired in August 2008, which has brought her further success within Germany. The series broke many records with more than 2,5 million people watching Anna und die Liebe. In October 2009, Jeanette confirmed that she will leave Anna und die Liebe in January 2010. The last episode with her will be aired in April 2010 and she will focus on her music career and going on Tour.

  2000-2001: Success career: Enjoy and Delicious
In 2003 she left her label Polydor and released her fourth studio album Break On Through by Kuba/Universal Records, which is the first album which was certified Platinum.
The album's lead single "Rockin' on Heaven's Floor" peaked at number 3 on the German singles Chart and at number 6 in Austria and Switzerland. In spring 2004 she started her Break on Through Tour, her biggest tour to date. The second single "No Eternity" peaked at number 8 on the German singles Chart. In Austria and Switzerland it peaked within the Top 40.
In November 2004, she released a Christmas Album Merry Christmas debuted at #22 in Germany and #43 in Austria respectively, the lead single The Infant Light was released one week later after the Christmas album and debuted at #11 in Germany in the Top 20.

In 2003 she left her label Polydor and released her fourth studio album Break On Through by Kuba/Universal Records, which is the first album which was certified Platinum. The album's lead single "Rockin' on Heaven's Floor" peaked at number 3 on the German singles Chart and at number 6 in Austria and Switzerland. In spring 2004 she started her Break on Through Tour, her biggest tour to date. The second single "No Eternity" peaked at number 8 on the German singles Chart. In Austria and Switzerland it peaked within the Top 40. In November 2004, she released a Christmas Album Merry Christmas debuted at #22 in Germany and #43 in Austria respectively, the lead single The Infant Light was released one week later after the Christmas album and debuted at #11 in Germany in the Top 20.

A few months later after her debut on Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten, she has signed a music contract with Polydor and has recorded her first album. In September 2000 she released her first English speaking single Go Back which became the first single of Biedermann's debut album "Enjoy". The album peaked at number 39 in the national album charts and in Switzerland at number 67. Biedermann won an ECHO in 2001 for best-selling "Female Artist National" one year later.

Her second album, "Delicious", came out soon after her debut album, and it became her first album which was certified Gold in Germany.

  2002-2007: Rock My Life, Break On Through and Naked Truth
In 2003 she left her label Polydor and released her fourth studio album Break On Through by Kuba/Universal Records, which is the first album which was certified Platinum. The album's lead single "Rockin' on Heaven's Floor" peaked at number 3 on the German singles Chart and at number 6 in Austria and Switzerland. In spring 2004 she started her Break on Through Tour, her biggest tour to date. The second single "No Eternity" peaked at number 8 on the German singles Chart. In Austria and Switzerland it peaked within the Top 40. In November 2004, she released a Christmas Album Merry Christmas debuted at #22 in Germany and #43 in Austria respectively, the lead single The Infant Light was released one week later after the Christmas album and debuted at #11 in Germany in the Top 20.
In 2002 Biedermann released her third Album Rock my Life which peaked at number 7 on the German albums chart and was eventually certified Gold. The album's lead single "Rock My Life" peaked at number 3 and also was certified Gold. She sang a duet with Boyzone member Ronan Keating called We've Got Tonight covered by Bob Seger and both reached #7 in Germany. Other singles which were released from the album were "It's Over Now" and "Right Now"; both songs reached the Top 10. Afterwards Biedermann started her second live tour Rock my Life and released a DVD. Rock My Life is one of her most successful album with four top ten songs.

In 2003 she left her label Polydor and released her fourth studio album Break On Through by Kuba/Universal Records, which is the first album which was certified Platinum. The album's lead single "Rockin' on Heaven's Floor" peaked at number 3 on the German singles Chart and at number 6 in Austria and Switzerland. In spring 2004 she started her Break on Through Tour, her biggest tour to date. The second single "No Eternity" peaked at number 8 on the German singles Chart. In Austria and Switzerland it peaked within the Top 40. In November 2004, she released a Christmas Album Merry Christmas debuted at #22 in Germany and #43 in Austria respectively, the lead single The Infant Light was released one week later after the Christmas album and debuted at #11 in Germany in the Top 20.

Naked Truth was released in March 2006 and included contributions from her then boyfriend and guitarist Jörg Weissenberg. The album reached a moderate number 14 on the national albums chart but then fell quickly out of the Top 50. In Austrian the album reached number 44 and in Switzerland number 55. The singles charted within the Top 20. The third single Heat of Summer peaked at number 50 in the German singles Charts. It was promoted by a short live tour, entitled Bad Girls Club, hitting eight cities throughout Germany. After the tour she decided to take a break from her music career and want focus on her acting career, but will coming back anytime to make music.

  2008-2010: Comeback with Undress To The Beat & music change
In 2008 she was working on the new album. The album features production from with producers Remee, Carl Falk, Thomas Troelsen and Johan Bobäck. The album's direction went from pop rock to electronic pop. In Early 2009, she finished working on her latest studio album Undress to the Beat. The disc is scheduled for release in Germany and Austria on March 20, 2009. International release dates are pending. The first single of the seventh album will be "Undress To The Beat" and will be released on February 27, 2009. The song reached # 20 in Austria and #6 in Germany before Kelly Clarkson's My Life Would Suck Without You. The song is the eleventh top ten single since her music career and the first after three years. The second single was Material Boy (Don't Look Back). The song reached #43 in Germany and #69 in Austria. On October 30, 2009 she will release the third single of her album Undress To The Beat Its name is Solitary Rose. The song is one of her favourite song of her album and has performed for the first on the TV series Anna und die Liebe. She said that the song is dedicated to her character in Anna und die Liebe "Anna Polauke". The single reached peak 15 in the German charts. Her upcoming Solitary Rose Tour which was set to start in April 2010 has now been cancelled due to her father being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

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  Albums 

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Name Duration Released
In Or Out 03:37 20/03/2007
No Rules 03:22 20/03/2007
Freak Out 03:50 20/03/2007
Solitary Rose 03:02 20/03/2007
Feline 03:30 20/03/2007
All Mine 03:31 20/03/2007
Wild at That 03:17 20/03/2007
This Love 03:13 20/03/2007
Teach Me How to Say Goodbye 03:49 20/03/2007
Material Boy (Don't Look Back) 04:20 20/03/2007
Chasing a Thrill 03:31 20/03/2007
I Feel Love 04:07 20/03/2007
Undress to the Beat 03:47 20/03/2007
Bad Girls Club Ft.Lady GaGa 03:26 2005
Silent Night 02:49 22/11/2004
Evermore 02:02 22/11/2004
O Holy Night 03:39 22/11/2004
Mr. Santa Clause 03:10 22/11/2004
Winter Ferryland 03:24 22/11/2004
Follow the Star 03:16 22/11/2004
Shine On 03:35 22/11/2004
The Infant Light 03:06 22/11/2004
Run With Me 03:39 22/11/2004
O Come All Ye Faithful 02:49 22/11/2004
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 02:25 22/11/2004
Christmas Time 03:18 22/11/2004
Ave Maria 04:25 22/11/2004
Peace on Earth 03:22 22/11/2004
Rock A Fella 02:40 2004
No Eternity 03:39 2004
All New 05:02 07/04/2003
L.A. 02:58 07/04/2003
Heatwave in July 03:18 07/04/2003
Nightmare 03:35 07/04/2003
Heat of the Summer 03:44 07/04/2003
Naked Truth 03:51 07/04/2003
Get Freaky 03:04 07/04/2003
It's Alright 02:48 07/04/2003
Burn 03:21 07/04/2003
Frozen Sun 04:05 07/04/2003
I'm Alive 04:26 07/04/2003
Hurt 04:09 07/04/2003
Bad Girls Club 03:23 07/04/2003
Endless Love 03:26 07/04/2003
Moonshinenight 03:42 07/04/2003
It's Not O.K. 03:30 07/04/2003
Tellin' You Goodbye 03:36 03/11/2002
Forever and Ever 03:42 03/11/2002
We Are the Living 03:47 03/11/2002
Mr. Big 03:50 03/11/2002
Rebelution 03:18 03/11/2002
Make Love 03:25 03/11/2002
Himalaya 04:04 03/11/2002
True Blue Heroes 03:50 03/11/2002
Burning Alive 03:16 03/11/2002
Highflyer 02:57 03/11/2002
Hold the Line 03:40 03/11/2002
7 Nights - 7 Days 04:18 03/11/2002
Rockin' on Heaven's Floor 03:24 03/11/2002
Bad Girl 03:18 03/11/2002
Mystery 03:38 03/11/2002
Kick Up the Fire 03:49 03/11/2002
Jeanette the Hit Edit 04:13 2002
Love From Start to Finish 03:11 25/11/2001
We've Got Tonight 03:38 25/11/2001
To Fall in Love 03:29 25/11/2001
Heaven Can't Lie 03:25 25/11/2001
Win Your Love 03:19 25/11/2001
You're Nothing Better 03:07 25/11/2001
Don't Treat Me Badly 03:16 25/11/2001
Let's Party Tonight 03:07 25/11/2001
Jean 04:31 25/11/2001
Upright 03:06 25/11/2001
Right Now 03:21 25/11/2001
Tell Me 03:35 25/11/2001
Rock My Life 03:57 25/11/2001
Flight Tonight 04:38 25/11/2001
Heartbeat 03:44 25/11/2001
So Deep Inside 03:48 25/11/2001
How It's Got To Be 03:13 12/11/2001
My Guy 02:34 12/11/2001
No Love 03:16 12/11/2001
As Long As We're Young 03:30 12/11/2001
Stop 03:15 12/11/2001
More Than A Feeling 03:51 12/11/2001
Call Me Jeany 03:17 12/11/2001
Tak'n Your Heart 03:31 12/11/2001
Happiness 03:31 12/11/2001
No Style 03:20 12/11/2001
You Call Me On the Phone 03:52 12/11/2001
Deep In My Heart 04:22 12/11/2001
May Day 03:34 12/11/2001
Can't Wait 03:06 12/11/2001
Will You Be There 03:19 13/11/2000
Be in Heaven 04:02 13/11/2000
Amazing Grace 03:26 13/11/2000
Time is on My Side 03:52 13/11/2000
Take Care 03:28 13/11/2000
Go Back 03:34 13/11/2000
Enjoy 02:42 13/11/2000
Can't Let You Go 05:22 13/11/2000
Oh Shit, I Love You 03:49 13/11/2000
Sex Me Up 03:22 13/11/2000
I Won't Think Twice 03:59 13/11/2000

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