Stefanie Heinzmann Concert Films
Runtime: 54 minStefanie Fabienne Heinzmann (born 10 March 1989) is a Swiss soul and pop singer. She gained public interest in early 2008 when she won SSDSDSSWEMUGABRTLAD, a talent contest hosted in Stefan Raab's late-night-show TV total on the German ProSieben network.
Following her win, Heinzmann subsequently released her debut single "My Man Is a Mean Man," which debuted straight on top of the Swiss Singles Chart and became a top ten hit in Austria and Germany during the following months. Her pop soul-influenced album Masterplan was released in March 2008 and made it to the top ten in Austria and Germany, also reaching number one in Switzerland, where it was certified platinum by the IFPI for more than 30,000 copies sold. In September 2009, Heinzmann's second album Roots to Grow was released.
One of the best-selling Swiss artists of the late 2000s, Heinzmann has won several high-profile prizes as a recording artist such as Prix Walo, the LIVE Krone, a Comet, a Swiss Music Award, the Radio Regenbogen Award, and the 2009 ECHO Award.
Stefanie Heinzmann Top Tracks
Live from Wembley Arena
Runtime: 1 hr 43 minOutspoken Grammy-winning pop princess Pink brings her bold brand of danceable R&B to the stage of London's Wembley Arena, and the cameras roll to capture every infectious note to the delight of fans on both sides of the pond. Watch Pink put on a captivating performance during her final sold-out London I’m Not Dead tour date, she belts out “Stupid Girls,” “Who Knew,” “U + Ur Hand” and “Nobody Knows.”
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 56 minMind, Body & Soul Sessions features R&B phenom Joss Stone live in concert in 2004. Recorded at New York's Irving Plaza, the show begins with an introduction by the legendary Betty Wright, who co-produced the Brit's stunning debut, The Soul Sessions, and co-wrote several songs on the second, Mind, Body & Soul. The barefoot singer then gets down to business, performing a solid selection of material from both albums, including "Super Duper Love" from the first and "You Had Me" from the follow-up. Stone receives strong support from a tight band, distinguished by powerful drummer Caesar Griffin.
Live at Montreux
Runtime: 2 hr 30 minOn July 14th 2012, Herbert Grönemeyer and his band were chosen to headline the closing night of the Montreux Jazz Festival. It was also the final show of the Schiffsverkehr Tour, of his latest no. 1 album released in 2011, with a total audience of 750,000 people. The show, lasting nearly three hours at the sold out Auditorium Stravinski, included all his major hits such as "Mensch“, "Männer“ and "Schiffsverkehr. This film captures the magic of the concert perfectly and is another wonderful edition to the Montreux catalogue.