2019 New Singles "Na Wewe" and a rewrite of "Shine"
Anouschka releases two more singles, "Na Wewe" and a rewrite of "Shine", for her Africa collection. Like the other songs in the collection, they carry messages of tolerance and positivity. She conducts a media tour in Kenya followed by a showcase "Girl in the Photograph" at MIDEM, Cannes France
2018 First Tracks as Producer Released
Anouschka releases her first singles as a bedroom producer. "Holding On” and ”The Way I See You” are released under the moniker "Chadi" - a name given to her by the Giriami Tribe
2014 Hollywood Ending
Anouschka records her first solo album in Berlin Germany. The song "Parting" is nominated by IAMA- the International Acoustic Music Awards. The song "Kiss Me Hello" is also nominated by IAMA. It is used in a film on Swedish Television
2013 Shine (Angaza)
Anouschka flies to Kenya to perform her song "Dying to Be Free' for the Global March of Lions. While there she meets local producer Teddy B. She stays and pioneers a fusion style blending local beats and Kiswahili with her western and English songwriting. The original title track "Shine" is nominated out of 240,000 entries in the JPF Awards, USA. The track, "To Know Love" goes on steady rotation in the UK. The track "Hey Day", receives Honourable Mention in the John Lennon Songwriting Awards
2012 Dying to Be Free Anti Canned/Anti-Trophy Hunting Song
South Africa/Berlin, Germany
Anouschka volunteers to train as a field guide in the African bush. She is commissioned by award-winning preservationist Gareth Patterson, South Africa, to write the song “Dying to Be Free” to protest canned lion hunting in South Africa in 2010. It is based on his book “Dying to Be Free”. The song becomes the campaign song two years later for the 2014 Global March of Lions held in 60 countries
2010 So Why?
Berlin, Germany/Stockholm, Sweden
Anouschka records "So Why?" with musicians in Stockholm, Sweden in 2009 while she is in Sweden to perform at Lilith Eve Festival. She records vocals and mixes it 2010 in Berlin, Germany. Home of Rock, Germany writes, "She is a master of versatility and depth." French magazine La Coyote calls "Her song "Silently" a Bob Dylan level song, a pearl." The song "Lust" is nominated out of 240,000 entries in the Just Plain Folks Awards U.S.A.
2008 Collaborations Under the Stars with Eva Hillerud and Trust the River with Daniel Hertov
Gotland, Sweden/Nashville, U.S.A., United Kingdom
Anouschka writes two collaborations on Gotland Writers Retreat in Sweden which become album cuts. "Under the Stars" is written with Eva Hillered and cut on her album "Heaven & Hill", Sweden/Nashville. "Trust the River' is written with Daniel Herzov and cut on his album "Believing", UK.
2005 My Kind of Heartbreak
Anouschka records the blues-influenced album "My Kind of Heartbreak" in a small blues studio in Sweden. The album is the accumulation of improvising songs on the fly with her guitar at a weekly blues jam. The album places 2nd on the Midnight Blues Station in Paris, France with the song "Man Like You", "Beautiful but Damned" and goes on steady rotation on the Dr. Lou show in Philadelphia, U.S.A. . Toxic Pete, Rhythm & Booze, U.K., writes: "Impressive writing is showcased by very professionally handled instrumentation and attention to detail.”
Her debut EP "Anouschka Anouschka" is released while at Berklee College of Music. Leading industry magazine Music Connection calls her “a strong vocalist, but a surprisingly fine, subtle acoustic guitarist.”
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