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Jenkins Tommie

Jenkins (Tommie)   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 29/02/2004
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Never Too Late
Who's That Girl
Don't Call It Destiny
Let Me Be Your Love
Oh Oh My Girl
91 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

 

Tommie Jenkins singles

Never Too Late Never Too Late 1992  
Who's That Girl Who's That Girl 1993  
Don't Call It Destiny Don't Call It Destiny 1994  
Let Me Be Your Love Let Me Be Your Love 25th Sep 1995  
Oh Oh My Girl Oh Oh My Girl 21st Apr 1997  

 

Tommie Jenkins remixes

Let Me Be Your Love Let Me Be Your Love 1995  

 

 



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Tommie Jenkins biography

Tommie was born in Canton, Ohio in the U.S.A. Influenced by Gospel and Blues, he began with around 14 years to sing in the choir of the Musical "Purlie", with 16 he has dancing classical ballet. 1986 he becomes member of Minnesota-Ballet. One year later he moved to New York where he studied in ballet, theatre and singing lesson as well. 1989 he starts auditioning for the Musical "Dream Girl" with which he then starts tourning through the states.His carreer started in 1989 after a casting in New York for the musical "Cats". Then he played in London in the musical "Five Guys Named Moe". Then he started in the German Musical version of Cats in Hamburg, where he also recorded his first singles, mainly ballads and dance pop.

One of his very first single was entitled Never Too Late, released in 1992 in Germany. It contained a B-side entiteld Working In A Coalmine. It was licensed under the Italian label MIX in 1993. Then came Who's That Girl in 1993 and Don't Call It Destiny in 1994.

Let Me Be Your Love was released in 1995 as vinyl, then a remixes vinyl followed in 1996. It was published in Italy under One-Way records (SAIFAM), in Spain under Contraseña, and in Germany under Club Zone / Polydor. It was produced by Mauro Farina and H. Hillkamp. The remixes vinyl included 2 new versions : Factory Team Party Mix and a Steve Baltes House Mix (Steve Baltes stood behind the progressive dance label Le Petit Prince).

The next (last ?) single, released 2 years later, was produced by Mauro Farina and Factory Team, with additional production by A. Bindi. It was written and composed by Mauro Farina, A. Bindella, and Fabio Serra.

Thanks to Astralys and Klems

Tommie Jenkins biography was last updated Sun, April 18th 2010



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