Released her first solo album aged 17 in 1972 and was soon recognized for her remarkable singing abilities that adapted into several genres. Recruited by the Manhattan Transfer-styled Flair (4). Member of Anne Linnet Band 1979–1983 with Lis Sørensen and Anne Linnet but really took the position as the nick named Danish "Rock Mama" while fronting Sneakers (6) 1979–1985 followed by the launch of her as a solo artist. Though remaining a popular artist, her solo career has seen both artistical ups and downs. One of the peaks were the top-selling 1989 album "Sanne". In 2001 she was member of the country band Cowgirls together with Lis Sørensen and Tamra Rosanes. In may 2006 she had a apoplexic stroke that kept her out of music until 2009 when she re-entered the charts with the "Unico" album.
Sanne Salomonsen was married to jazz bassist Bo Stief 1975 to 1980, lived with fellow Sneakers band member Morten Kærså 1979 to 1984 and was married and to Swedish musician Mats Ronander 1985 to 1992 with whom she had her sole child, Mnemic guitarist Victor Ray Salomonsen Ronander. Co-writer with Anne Linnet of the 1988 AIDS-awareness single “Den jeg elsker”, sung by Thomas Helmig and Søs Fenger.
Sanne Salomonsen Discography Tracks
- 155 Vocals
- 17 Instruments & Performance
- 80 Writing & Arrangement
- 10 Featuring & Presenting
- 23 Production
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken