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Bambee

Bambee   (Norway)

Bubble Gum group
Added : 08/10/2003
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On Ice
Fairytales
Candy Girl
Bam Bam Bam
Typical Tropical
You Are My Dream
Bumble Bee
Seventeen
Cowgirl
Watch Out
96 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

 

Bambee albums

On Ice On Ice 1998
Fairytales Fairytales 2001

 

Bambee singles

Candy Girl Candy Girl 1997  
Bam Bam Bam Bam Bam Bam 1998  
Typical Tropical Typical Tropical 1999  
You Are My Dream You Are My Dream 1999  
Bumble Bee Bumble Bee 2000  
Seventeen Seventeen 2001  
Cowgirl Cowgirl 2001  
Watch Out Watch Out 2001  

 

 



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Bambee biography

Rumors say Desirée Sparre-Enger was born in a cowshed on the Norwegian countryside. It is probably not true. She discovered pop music at the age of two. During her school years, Desirée frequently initiated pupils' performances with herself in the leading parts. Her theatrical fantasies had no limits, but she never realized that plays like The Sound Of Music or Les Miserables perhaps demanded dramatic experience beyond the capacity of a pre-teen dreamer.

Desirée was working for the youth department in a national radio station when she first reached out for stardom. One day, a producer asked her if she wanted to sing the chorus for a song. She did, and after a lot of singing, “Candy Girl” became the result. She decided to release the song as a single and signed on to Scandinavian Records.

Now she needed a name. She got in touch with her good friend and singer, Shortcut, and they had a name brain-storming for Desirée. The first thing to strike his mind was Bambi. It made him think of Disney's famous deer animal character, because of her big, blue, innocent eyes. Des loved the idea of Bambi, but made a small change to Bambee, because of Disney's copyright laws.

It was a huge and daring step for Desirée to take the plunge as Bambee, but she hasn't regretted it since. She probably had to fight harder than anyone to enter the playlists; expecting special treatment or any other benefit from her position would overrate her power - and underestimate the integrity of the radio jockeys. Supported by public demand, she traveled to major cities, and performed in small clubs all over Norway and Scandinavia. She was a part of a cross-country festival tour, arranged by national media and broadcast live on TV. She also starred in the Radio 1 Big City event and was invited to host the prestigious Radio 1 Music Awards show.

The lack of limits has become one of Bambee's most powerful forces. She is confident in her career, proud of her appearance, and happy for the success she has achieved so far. Equally important is the touch of self-irony that allows Bambee to keep the artist in her, out of her private life. Sometimes it is necessary to separate the two, but a brief glance into her wardrobe (similar to the costume stock at any major theatre) makes you doubt her efforts to keep them apart. Either way, she is a creative and charming personality - neat, sweet and talented. She loves to play TV-games in her sparetime and she is very keen when she is playing. It happens to often that she plays till late night. Her favourite game is Resident Evil.

Bambee's music is pure and simple bubblegum songs. Her first album release, On Ice, established her as a baby-voiced singer with the eyes of a fallow deer. The album went straight to the sales and airplay charts in Scandinavia, followed by impressive success in the Asian, Russia, the Middle East, and the South American markets. Some media representatives drew parallels to Aqua, who dominated the international charts at the time. The difference between the two singers is quite sensational; Bambee's voice is naturally baby-like - no studio tricks required!

Bambee released her second full-length album, Fairytales, in June of 2001. Included are the hit singles Seventeen, Cowgirl, and eleven more enjoyable and danceable tracks that make you feel good.

A third Bambee album was planned, it is said that some demos had been written. However, songwriter Linnea Handberg (aka Miss Papaya) was growing tired of writing bubblegum dance styled music. As a consequence, both the Bambee and Miss Papaya projects were abandoned. In 2005, these demos leaked on the net and were published on Youtube : among them the titles Catch A Little Rain, Lucky Number One, I Miss You Now, In The Middle Of The Night, On The Run, Queen Of Love.

Bambee at Angie's Dance Page
Thanks to Mikoo, Gianni and Loyd Andre Martinsen

Bambee biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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