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Lisa Bassenge Trio

Lisa Bassenge Trio

Lisa Bassenge Trio


Lisa Bassenge is a 30 years old versatile singer. The Lisa Bassenge Trio is the "band" used to release jazz songs where you can also hear Paul Kleber on upright bass. In 2004 they recorded their third critically acclaimed album "three". Lisa is also singing with the german bands "micatone" and "nylon". Paul Kleber plays bass, percussion; he studied classical and jazz doublebass but he likes playing jazz much more. Besides the Lisa Bassenge Trio he also recorded two CDs with Nylon and two with Jazz Indeed. Read more on Last.fm
Lisa Bassenge is a 30 years old versatile singer. The Lisa Bassenge Trio is the "band" used to release jazz songs where you can also hear Paul Kleber on upright bass. In 2004 they recorded their third critically acclaimed album "three". Lisa is also singing with the german bands "micatone" and "nylon". Paul Kleber plays bass, percussion; he studied classical and jazz doublebass but he likes playing jazz much more. Besides the Lisa Bassenge Trio he also recorded two CDs with Nylon and two with Jazz Indeed.

During Micatone shows you can see him also playing triangle and drums on a second drum set together with Tim Kroker (another member of the Micatone project). The Lisa Bassenge Trio has build himself a solid reputation in Berlin's clubs, thanks to a "playlist" that takes inspiration from the biggest names in jazz and pop, filtering them through the really unique and emotional voice of Lisa and the musical taste of her collaborators. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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