Singer-Songwriter Tina Dico at the Triple Door, with Lauren O'Connell and Helgi
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The last date listed for Singer-Songwriter Tina Dico was Sunday February 6, 2011 / 7:30pm (Doors Open at 5:30pm).
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Singer-songwriter Tina Dico hails from Aarhus. Having decided to plot the ‘indie route’ in her native Denmark, Tina released her first album ‘Fuel’ in 2001 to critical acclaim. Not happy to rest on her laurels, Tina’s wanderlust took her to London where she embarked on two years of musical isolation and discovery.
Along the way, she was invited to feature on Zero 7’s second album ‘When It Falls’. Featuring on two tracks, Tina went on to tour the world with the band.
In the midst of this, Tina found time to write, record and release a second album (‘Notes’) and an EP (‘Far’) that was released solely in the UK and North America. This activity culminated in signing a major record deal with Sony in the UK.
Tina went on to record what would be her most successful album to date (‘In The Red’). The album was produced by Chris Potter (best known for his work with The Verve). With the Sony/BMG restructuring, Tina became a pawn in the merger and the newly formed Sony BMG gave Tina back the masters for her to release independently.