Hedreich Nichols


Happy August 1st, Switzerland!

As the fourth of July is to the Americans, so is the first of August to the Swiss. For our working musician, this “erst – auguscht” will be a working holiday. However, in keeping with the patriotic theme, spending at least a part of the day singing with a Berner, a Solothurnerin and a Zürcher should move Hedreich one step closer to being accent free. Stop back soon for the details or become a part of the Hedreich Nichols youtube and facebook fan community for the minute by minute updates.
Oh, and keep the grill hot. After all that singing she’ll be wanting to ‘get her eat on’…

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It’s Official!

Time Now will be widely available as of May 21!! Ask for it in your local store or order it on cede.ch! Of course, there are still a few signed copies available here on hedreich.com so grab one now. And if you want to be at the not-to-be-missed release party, mark your calendar for June 11th. Details soon!

As if that isn’t enough excitement, Friday in Chatel St. Denis was the Swiss Army Concert Band’s 2010 season opener and a worthy start it was! Hedreich was in her element as she added the feminine shine to the world class military orchestra with songs like “Everybody Loves A Lover” , “What Now My Love” and the signature “Listen” which you’ll remember from Art on Ice 2009.

Photo: Maxime Pellissier

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Gone Too Soon

Hedreich’s memories of Michael Jackson go all the way back to the Jackson 5’s Ed Sullivan debut. So it was a bittersweet day singing on Al Walser’s “Living Your Dream”. It will be released for Michael’s birthday, August 29th, with a closed release ceremony being held on Blofeld Entertainments’ terrace in Zürich. Hedreich sang from the heart. Harmonizing with Jermaine Jackson would have been a highlight for any singer had it not been for the fact that the recording is only coming to pass because Michael has indeed “gone too soon”. Still, Al has pulled in some excellent Swiss talent and the project promises to be a grand musical bouquet paying homage to one of the most influential musical entertainers of modern times. May he truly rest in peace.

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