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Miss Autumn Leaves
MISS AUTUMN LEAVES
Ebby Drenthe (also known as MISS AUTUMN LEAVES), is a lovely lady with a good sense of humor and many artistic skills. She plays guitar, writes, composes and sings her own music. She loves music, art, fashion, poetry, writing and people. Her performances always blast you away, full of energy and joy.
Her mezzo-alto voice is beautifully deep, warm and powerful. Wherever she performs it is always a blessing. She doesn’t hide the fact that she has a strong faith in God. She sings Gospel, Dance music, soulful House, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Funk, Pop, and R&B.
She has sung for famous artists such as; Gloria Estefan, Madeleine Bell, Dana Winner and many more. Also the Weddings of: Ruud Gullit, Alex Blanchard, Paul Haarhuis, and many more.
She has written and produced the musicals: A Mother’s Cry 2005, and Sing Sister Swing 2008. Her project Sing Sister swing is expected to debut at the end of 2010. She became popular in Belgium because of the hit single “Don’t Walk Away From Me” (System Matic Parts 2001). In 2004 she joined the group La Gazz with great success. In 2008 she had four single releases where she wrote the lyrics and did the vocal composing of the first three singles. 1.) Feel Better- DJ Elektrokid, 2.) Sweet Sensation – La Gazz, 3.) Busy Like That – DJ Mystique, 4.) Wade in the water- Olivier Abbeloos 5.) Burning – Peter Luts.
She has worked with DJ Olivier Abbeloos who has produced and composed a few of her latest songs. Nowadays she is collaborating with the best DJ’s and producers of England, The Netherlands and Belgium. There will be a release of her next single ‘Good Times’ with Robert Abigail who is well known from the famous songs ‘Mogito’ and ‘Merenge’. 2010 will be the start of a new group, called D4-Sense, with DJ Grammy, Niels Scheijvens on sax, Peter Schneijder on Drums, Ebby Drenthe Vocals.
Her favorite quotes are: Love your neighbour as yourself! Live life, and let life live! Don’t worry, be happy! Great hope makes great men! See you when I get there!
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