Opinions are divided over Jerzee. With her fresh kind of music between rock, folk, dance and electro she moves in her own way. Jerzee is a free bitch with an addiction to selfstaging and sometimes you might think the cheeky blonde is fancy. She is a woman who knows what she wants. Jerzee has put in a lot of hard work and time to create the best circumstances for her career.
Born in the former Eastern Germany, as the daughter of a musician, Jerzee learned very early the harsh life of music business. Her youth in north eastern Germany falls exactly in a very difficult period of change. The collapse of the Berlin Wall and steadily rising unemployment in this region made work prospects bleak. Yet in spite of the fear of losing their livelihood her family never gave up.
As an adolescent she liked to produce catchy techno tracks. She then began to imitate such inspiring singers as the dutch rockstar Anouk. Later she improved her vocal talent as a background singer for Jeanette Biedermann, one of the big German popstars of the last decade. But her place is not in the shadow of others. Jerzee wants to rock all the way to the top. Inescapably Jerzee maked her decision to write own songs and to play her own music. Thus Jerzee took the guitar, learned the most necessary chords, won in 2005 with her first compositions the German rock and pop award, published in late 2007 her first album and two years later an EP.
With her new album “It's only rock'n' roll but it feels like love” produced, mixed and mastered by Jeff Silverman (Rick Springfield, Prince, Barabara Streisand, etc) and released worldwide - Jerzee goes international.