Ingrid NOMAD⎜MEXICO TOUR 2020
February 17, 2020
Ingrid NOMAD Presents “Let’s Go Outside”
Ingrid Nomad⎜Mexico Tour 2020
About Ingrid Nomad
Ingrid Nomad, a great Belgian singer whose music bridges a gap between pop and jazz with pure emotion and a story to tell, she certainly knows how to reach a broad audience and brings in jazz notables with an outstanding acoustic band:
Sabin Todorov (Piano), Sal La Rocca (Double Bass) best known as sideman of Vaya Con Dios and one of the best double bass players in Belgium, Stephan Pougin (Drums/percussion) and Lorenzo Di Maio (Guitar).
Ingrid Nomad was born in Ghent (Belgium). She studied ‘Applied Communications’ and began singing after overcoming stage fright by taking classes with Brad Chapman in Los Angeles (US). He has worked with Anita Baker, Annie Lennox, Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones and others.
She studied classical piano at the School of arts in Ghent and graduated in 1995. The highlight was a performance at The Blue Note Jazz Club in New York.
A meeting with guitarist Vincent Den Haese formed Innocent : a mixture of jazz, soul, pop and rock influences. Signed with Universal Music Group they remixed their songs in London (UK). Their music led to performing for soldiers during the Bosnian/Kosovo war.
She went solo in 2016. released her debutalbum ‘We are One’ in October 2016. The album got considered for a nomination to Grammy Awards in 2018 New York. ‘We are One’ was picked up on social media platforms by International Jazz Day, led by Herbie Hancock and supported by Unesco in Havana.
Her new album “Let’s go Outside” (2019), under the label Indiblue Records,
mastered by Scott Hull (Masterdisk New York), best known for
his work with Steely Dan, Donald Fagen, Herbie Hancock, Sting and more.
Ingrid Nomad´s second album “Let’s go Outside” has been played in more than
106 stations around the world, this is what some of them are saying:
John Holden 21/06/2019 06:46
2BACR FM 100.9 – Sydney, Australia / *
“The Train by Ingrid Nomad, is one of those songs that tend to grow on you. It’s quite a simple tune, but herein lies it’s strength. Brush percussion keeps piano, bass and guitar together nicely / Ingrid’s voice is quite compelling and she is a more than effective storyteller. You can’t beat
a good lyric, easy to listen to melody and backing that’s supportive and unobtrusive. JOHN HOLDEN
Brigitte Reinert 06/07/2019 17:12
Radio Regentrude – Norderstedt, Germany / GEMA Licensed
“Reminds me of Joan Baez, wonderful! Thank you very much!”
Music Department rating: 5/5
Jeff Moses 11/07/2019 01:40
WJMX-DB Smooth Jazz Boston Global Radio – Boston, MA, USA / *
“All we can say is WOW, what a nice smooth song and Ingrid’s smooth sultry vocals are above perfect for this track. Great collaboration by all who touched this worldclass masterpiece. WJMX Smooth Jazz Boston Global Radio www.smoothjazzboston.com is honored to now be broadcasting “The Train” to all of our listeners around the planet. CONGRATULATIONS Ingrid!”
DJ Groovera 10/06/2019 18:59
Groovera New Modern Radio – San Francisco / Silicon Valley, California / *
“Very pleasant vignette of someone’s daily life, crafted the way McCartney used to, presented in a jazzy-styled folk sound painting. I particularly like Ingrid’s breathy delivery, a little bit like Janis Ian, and a little bit like Karrin Allyson, but all her own.” favourite track: The Train
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