Isabella Lundgren moved to New York city at the age of 18 to study music at the New School university for jazz and contemporary music. She quickly became a part of the citys musical scene and collaborated with a wide range of musicians, stretching from classical jazz to contemporary pop and blues. To mention a few: Gavin Degraw, Moby´s The little death, Woody Allens bandleader Eddy Davis, Dan Barrett, Fabrizio Sotti and Mino Cinuelo. She moved back to Sweden at the age of 23 where she released her debut album ”It had to be you” alongside pursuing her mastersdegree in Theology. Isabellas cd won great acclaim from both critics and the public and since then she has released four albums in Japan and yet another in Sweden. The second album called ”Somehow life got in the way” was awarded with the prestigious golden record, and named Best Jazz Album of the year in 2015. In Sweden she has worked together with Peter Asplund, Magnus Lindgren, Jan Lundgren, Nisse Landgren, Claes Jansson, Bengan Jansson, Carl Bagge to name a few.
The most significant Awards "The JazzCat for Jazz Musician of the year in 2015" and ”The Golden record” for somehow life got in the way 2015.
Isabella Lundgren Discography Tracks
|SOL SV-0026||Isabella Lundgren||It Had To Be You (CD, Album)||Spice Of Life, LadyBird Records||SOL SV-0026||Japan||2013||Sell This Version|
|79556835||Isabella Lundgren||Somehow Life Got In The Way (CD, Album)||Ladybird (4)||79556835||Sweden||2014||Sell This Version|
|SV-0034||Isabella Lundgren||Isabella Sings The Treasures Of Harold Arlen (CD, Album)||Spice Of Life||SV-0034||Japan||2015||Sell This Version|
|SV-0038||Isabella Lundgren||Songs To Watch The Moon (CD, Album)||Spice Of Life||SV-0038||Japan||2017||Sell This Version|