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Birth name: Sannie Charlotte Carlson.
Born: April 11, 1970 Skaelskor, Denmark.
Whigfield biography (bio):
Sannie Charlotte Carlson is best known by her artist name Whigfield. Whigfield is a Danish singer best known for the song "Saturday Night", a hugely popular single of summer 1994.
Whigfield spent several years in Africa as a child before returning to her native country. Whigfield rose to prominence when her single "Saturday Night" became the summer smash hit of 1994. Whigfield became the first ever non-UK artist to debut at No.1 in her first week in the UK Singles Chart. Her music was also very successful in Brazil, Spain, The Netherlands, Canada, Australia, France and the Nordic countries during the 1994 Eurodance phenomenon.
However the only place where she has yet to achieve success, and has eluded her since, is the United States.
Later singles include "Think of You", "Close To You", "Last Christmas", "Gimme Gimme" and "Sexy Eyes".
Whigfield was accused of not singing her own songs. This was because she did all her live performances lip synching, and she has a high-pitched voice in the recorded tracks which is different to her speaking voice. "Saturday Night" was produced by Larry Pignagnoli and Davide Riva, two Italian producers known for a variety of Eurodance projects. However, it has been demonstrated on numerous occasions that Whigfield does do her own vocals, whilst touring in Brazil with a live band and being requested to sing live by Neil Fox, a UK DJ.
In October 2007 Whigfield released "All In One", a greatest hits album with past hits being resung with newer, modern beats. The album includes updated versions of "Think Of You", "Gotta Getcha", "Sexy Eyes", "Givin All My Love", "No Tears To Cry", "Was A Time", "Close To You", "Out Of Sight", "Another Day", and ofcourse her biggest hit "Saturday Night". The album also includes 2 brand new songs titled "Right in the Night" and "Rainbow".