Claudia Nentwich - Bio
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Born in the south of Germany, singer-songwriter and author Claudia Nentwich was brought up by her Bohemian grandparents. She sang and played folk songs with her grandfather and already in her childhood she started to make up stories every night before she fell asleep.

Many years later it was Punk that gave her life a new direction. The three chord philosophy and its riot girl attitude catapulted her into the spotlight with a punk band called “Sagrotan”.

She fell in love with Barcelona and the Spanish life style and stayed for almost two years. Inspired by the singer-songwriters she met along the way she started to write songs.

The former island of West Berlin was the next stop on her journey. A breeding ground for many artists, she practised everything, from singing in musicals and rock bands, working in bars and as a journalist to vocal coaching. Always curious to find out, what´s behind the next door.

In 2006 she published her first book "Song Catchers", followed by "Sleep well, Bohemia" in 2015 (both in German).

Since 2007 she is hosting an international songwriter circle together with her partner Christian Wallert.

Her sixth self-published album Best-of CD "Better Days" was released 2017.
"Better Days" is a journey back to the 90s with edgy indie rock songs from the former West Berlin.

Brett Perkins, founder of the Copenhagen Songwriters Festival, described her music best when he wrote: „Brooding melodies blanketed in shadows and minor chords', reminiscent at times of the melancholic landscape plied by Aimee Mann and others.”