Julia Neigel

born on 19/4/1966 in Barnaul, Altai, Russian Federation

Julia Neigel

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Julia Neigel

Julia Neigel (born April 19, 1966 in Barnaul, Siberia, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) is a German singer/songwriter, author and producer. Her family moved back to Germany in 1971. She lives in Ludwigshafen am Rhein in Rhineland-Palatinate.

She began with singing at 14 and her first album was released when she was 22. Before, she had made classical music. Her music-style is Pop-Rock, with Soul and R'N'B Influences. Her voice has a range by more than 4 octaves, sounds rough in the depth and strong in the higher ranges.

Her first concert was in 1982. In 1986, she joined the Band 'The Stealers' and founded her own band, 'Jule Neigel & Band' (her nickname was "Jule" until 2005). Her first hit, "Schatten an der Wand" was released in 1987 (#12 in Germany). The first record sold about 200,000 copies and was produced by Ralf Zang, who also was the producer of Chaka Khan. Since then, she sold more than 2 million records, by releasing sevn records in 10 years. She worked together with Simon Phillips, Paco de Lucia, Helmut Zerlett, Udo Lindenberg, and Peter Maffay. In 2006, she released the live record, "Stimme mit Flügeln."

She has resumed using her birth name, Julia Neigel. She has performed with Ronan Keating, Ricky Lee Jones, Toto, Status Quo, and Mousse T. In 2010 she took part in the "Rock´n soul Tour" with the German singer Edo Zanki.


  • 1990: WILDE WELT
  • 1991: NUR NACH VORN
  • 1993: DAS BESTE
  • 1996: SPHINX
  • 1997: BEST OF
  • 1998: ALLES
  • 2004: SHIP OF DREAM, David Knopfler (Duett)
  • 2011: NEIGELNEU


  • 1988 GEMA Textpreis - Award for best Lyrics
  • 1988 best singer " voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1988 best band " voting Musik Express"
  • 1989 best singer " voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1989 best singer " voting Music Express"
  • 1989 Tigra Award
  • 1990 best singer "voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1990 best band " voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1990 best female singer "voting Music Express"
  • 1991 best singer " voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1991 best female German singer "Rolling Stone"
  • 1992 best German singer "voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1993 best female German singer "Rolling Stone"
  • 1994 RSH Award best German artist
  • 1994 ECHO Nomination for best female singer and best German video
  • 1994 best female German singer "voting Musikfachblatt", "voting Music Express", "Rolling Stone"
  • 1994 ECHO Nomination for best female German singer, best German video and best production
  • 1995 ECHO Nomination for best female German singer
  • 1995 best female German singer " voting Music Express", "Rolling Stone"
  • 1996 ECHO Nomination for beste female singer
  • 1996 Award for best production from German Phonakademie
  • 1997 best female German singer "voting Musikfachblatt", "voting Music Express"
  • 1996 best female German live Act "voting Musikfachblatt"
  • 1997 bets female German singer "voting Music Express", "Rolling Stone"
  • 1998 the artist award of Rhineland-Palatinate
  • 1998 best female German singer, "Rolling Stone"

External links

  • Official website
  • http://www.jnfc.de
  • http://www.myspace.com/julianeigel
  • http://www.myspace.com/julianeigelfriends
  • http://www.myspace.com/julianeigelsupport
  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Offizieller-Julia-Neigel-Fanclub/198341069268?ref=mf
  • http://www.schwarzmusicplanet.de/klarstellungen

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