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Ginea Adi Wolf, The Voice To Be Heard!

(c) Deborah Gunn-Zig Zag Club BerlinI have listened to many artists sing, I have come across many with really good voices but Ginea Adi Wolf is that voice you have to hear!! She is originally from Bermuda,  she in not only a singer but a great song writer  and founder the of Women of Music. Adi’s voice is commanding, strong, melodic and at times haunting.  With an impressive repertoire of Jazz, Soul and Blues standards she is easily influenced by the sounds of Billie Holiday, Anita O’Day, Nina Simone, Sarah Vaughan, Eva Cassidy and at times, Whitney Houston, Natalie Cole, and Aretha Franklin. She joins the ranks of that fascinating era of singers who could light up a stage with the first few bars of song. As the lead singer and songwriter of Rifiki, Dust to Dawn, and House of Adi, and lead singer for Freiburg Jazz Combo, she has proven to be a ‘Voice to be Heard’ .


Adi Wolf by Deborah Gunn Zig Zag Club in Berlin
Since moving to Germany in July 2012, she has worked with several musicians, including Kuno Kerner, Johnny Gomer, Andreas Schauder, Phillip Herlyn Muneer Fennell, Matthias Daneck, Giorgio Crubo, Robin Draganic, Lionel Haas, Daryl Taylor, Fuasi Abdul Khaliq, Andrea Marcelli, Mike Segall, Bobby Rae Williams and Thomas Walter. She recently finished a year-long stint with the Landestheater in Linz, Austria, playing the role of Queenie, in Showboat.
Concerts in Germany: Ruefetto Club, Cafe Diva, Freiburg University, Carl Schurz Haus, The Glass Haus in Freiburg: Soul Girl with Jesus Christ Superstar, at Circus Krone, Gartner Platz theatre, Munich, Badenscher Hof, SpeakEasy. Jammed at, Jazz Schuene, Edelweiss, Jazzy Berlin, Naked Jazz and Mokka Bar.

Yes she is that artist you need to see, if we have awaken your interest: Here are a list of her upcoming Events of Adi Wolf: Bikini Berlin Brunch- April 2, Badenscher Hof – April 15, Badenscher Hof,-April 25, The Ellington- June 25, Hotel Polar Stern- July 09th

FashNet Event, July 10th, Yorkschlosschen, August 1.