Sanne Salomonsen

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Sanne Salomonsen in Århus, 2005

Sanne Salomonsen (born 30 December 1955), is a Danish singer. [1] [2] She has been performing since 1973, and various songs by her band Sneakers were on the charts continuously from 1979 to 1985. She was also a member of the Anne Linnet Band. Salomonsen is the daughter of ornithologist Finn Salomonsen.



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In Aalborg, 2010

Solo albums

Other albums

Live albums

Compilation albums

Albums with Anne Linnet Band

Albums with Anne Linnet


Albums with Sneakers

As guest artist

With Dexter Gordon


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  1. "Sanne Salomonsen Biography, Songs, & Albums". AllMusic .
  2. "Sanne Salomonsen | Danish singing sensation and life inspiration". April 2015.