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Timeshift   (Belgium)

EuroDance group
Added : 10/09/2000
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Don't U Feel The Beat
Crazy 4 U
Queen Of Clubs
Dancing In The Sun
I Wanna B
93 1994 1995 1996

 

Timeshift singles

Don't U Feel The Beat Don't U Feel The Beat 24th May 1994  
Crazy 4 U Crazy 4 U 1995  
Queen Of Clubs Queen Of Clubs 1995  
Dancing In The Sun Dancing In The Sun 7th Sep 1995  
I Wanna B I Wanna B 1996  

 

 



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Timeshift biography

Timeshift is the name of a Belgian project that features a solo male vocalist called Indy Lee Rogers. According to the legend, he used to be a techno producer when he discovered he had a voice. He was actually a country singer and Elvis Presley imitator.

His single Don't You Feel The Beat (a cover of a French song initially released in the 80s by Philippe Cataldo, written by Jean Schulteiss, entitled Les Divas Du Dancing) and its live remixes were released under the ZYX label and appeared on several European dance compilations. The 2 following singles were Crazy 4 U and Dancing In The Sun, 2 very good eurodance tracks. The single Queen Of Clubs was deceiving. In 1995 too, Timeshift contributed to the welfare project De KerstSterren (releasing the single Vreugde In Je Hart).

Then, I wanna B was recorded in March 1996, it was the last single to be released. It featured a new singer called Brian Somerset. Brian worked for Club Med from 1990 till 1996. Even if he did not like his voice, everyone including professional singers encouraged him to continue singing and go professional. While training at a karaoke bar in Belgium, he was spotted by Peter Neefs.

The group seperated 6 months after release of this song. One of the dancers of the project, Edwige Veermeer, became later the singer of the project The Oh, and finally went solo as Edvika. After coming to Switzerland, Brian played the main role in 3 theatre pieces, been figurant in 6 different opera's at the Opera de Lausanne. Nowadays he works as a key account Manager.

Thanks to Nixo and Nico

Timeshift biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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