Ute Freudenberg was born on January 12, 1956 in Schöndorf (Weimar). He is a German rock , pop and schlager singer who had her breakthrough in 1980 with the song Jugendliebe. She was then with the band Elefant.
When Ute Freudenberg was only 15 years old, she was discovered as a singer in the Central Pioneer Camp (today Ferienpark Feuerkuppe ) in Straußberg near Sondershausen in the Kyffhäuser district .
She teamed up with five other girls for a young talent competition for female musical talent and she also appeared on Six Girls and Music .She was trained at the Franz Liszt Music Academy from 1972 to 1977.
Ute Freudenberg founded the the rock band Elefant in 1976 and released two LPs and twelve singles. She was voted the most popular singer in the GDR four times; from 1980 to 1984.
Later on , Ute Freudenberg moved to Düsseldorf where she worked as a studio singer. She had some performances in the Netherlands and on cruise ships. It must be noted that in 1988, Ute Freudenberg performed under the stage name Heather Jones.
She released the single titled Ein Tag wie Heut’ in 1990 and it’s the German version of the Whitney Houston hit One Moment in Time. Ute Freudenberg released the album And there you still ask in 1994 and between 1994 and 1996 she was more involved in television programs .
She teamed up with other musicians to form the Ute F. Live Band in 1996. The members of the the Ute F. Live Band were Mickischläger ( keyboards ), Manfred Schermuly ( drums ), Thomas Hödtke ( bass ), Ralf Rudnik ( guitar ).
Some of his albums of Ute Freudenberg as a solo artist include 2011: Undivided (duet album with Christian Lais ), 2012: Welcome to life, 2013: Traces of Us (duet album with Christian Lais), 2015: Everything okay, 2016: Lebenslinien (duet album with Christian Lais), 2017: Best Of (duet album with Christian Lais) and 2019: I know how life goes.
Ute Freudenberg Children
Ute Freudenberg got married to stuntman Peter Pieper on March 15, 1984. As at that time, Peter Pieper was thirteen years older. The marriage had to dissolve in 2010. Ute Freudenberg does not have any children.
Some of the awards won by Ute Freudenberg are 1975: Young Talent Award at the GDR Chanson Days , 1998: Goldene Henne in the media award category, 1999: Braunschweig Carnival Association: Order Till – the rogue – a person, 2006: Herbert Roth Prize, 2008: Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for her commitment as patron of McDonald’s Children’s Aid and 2010: Order of the Fist of the Weimar Craftsmen’s Carnival Association.