Tina Dickow

Tina Dickow

Also known as Dicko, Dickow, Dico, T Dickow, T!na D!co, T. Dickow, Tina, Tina Dicko, Tina Dickow / Stella Polaris, Tina Dico
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.tinadickow.dk/, https://www.facebook.com/tinadico

Discography of Tina Dickow:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Far 6 Audio 2004-06-00 Defend Music Inc.
2 In The Red 12 Audio 2005 Defend Music Inc.
3 In The Red 11 Audio 2005 Finest Gramophone
4 Losing 2 Audio 2006 Finest Gramophone
5 Warm Sand 5 Audio 2006-09-22 Island Records
6 In The Red 14 Audio 2006-10-06 Island Records
7 Notes 12 Audio 2003-10-00 Finest Gramophone
8 Give In 2 Audio 2006 Finest Gramophone
9 26 Friends / Different 2 Audio 2000 Not On Label
10 A Beginning, A Detour, An Open Ending 23 Audio 2008-09-22 Finest Gramophone
11 Welcome Back Colour 30 Audio 2010-09-27 Finest Gramophone
12 The Road To Gävle 13 Audio 2009 Finest Gramophone
13 Far 6 Audio 2005-03-04 Finest Gramophone
14 Count To Ten 11 Audio 2010 Finest Gramophone
15 Love All Around 3 Audio 2011 Finest Gramophone
16 Around The World Paper Thin (Stella Polaris Remix) 3 Audio 2011-07-08 Stella Polaris Music
17 A Beginning, A Detour, An Open Ending 20 Audio 2009-01-27 Defend Music Inc.
18 Live With The Danish National Chamber Orchestra 4 Audio 2010 Finest Gramophone
19 Fuel 11 Audio 2001-04-03 Finest Gramophone
20 Fuel 11 Audio 2007 Finest Gramophone
21 A Beginning, A Detour, An Open Ending EP 7 Audio Finest Gramophone
22 Count To Ten 11 Audio 2007-09-03
23 Your Waste Of Time/My Mirror 2 Audio 1998 CMC Records (7)
24 On The Run 3 Audio 2007 Finest Gramophone
25 Where Do You Go To Disappear? 12 Audio 2012-09-03 Finest Gramophone
26 In The Red 28 Audio 2007
27 A Beginning, A Detour, An Open Ending 23 Audio 2008 Finest Gramophone
28 Notes 12 Audio 2003 Finest Gramophone
29 Live With The Danish National Chamber Orchestra 25 Audio 2011 Finest Gramophone
30 Warm Sand 3 Audio 2006 Finest Gramophone
31 Moon To Let 3 Audio 2012-07-12 Finest Gramophone
32 Give In 3 Audio 2006 Finest Gramophone
33 Break Of Day 3 Audio 2004 Finest Gramophone
34 Notes 12 Audio 2007 Finest Gramophone
35 Count To Ten 11 Audio 2007 Defend Music
36 Welcome Back Colour 28 Audio 2010-09-24 Finest Gramophone
37 Warm Sand 3 Audio 2006
38 iTunes Live: Berlin Festival 6 Audio 2008-05-13 Universal Music Domestic Pop/Mainstream
39 Where Do You Go To Disappear? 16 Audio 2012 Finest Gramophone
40 Fuel 10 Audio 2001 Finest Gramophone
41 Where Do You Go To Disappear? 12 Audio 2013 V2 Benelux
42 Hollow Talk (Lulu Rouge's Stella Polaris Remix) / Break Of Day (The Stella Polaris Allstars Remix) 2 Audio 2014-04-19 Stella Polaris Music
43 Fuel (5 Track Sampler) 5 Audio 2001 Finest Gramophone
44 A New Situation 3 Audio A:larm Music
45 Where Do You Go To Disappear? 12 Audio 2012 Finest Gramophone
46 Someone You Love 3 Audio 2014-05-05 Finest Gramophone
47 Whispers 10 Audio 2014-08-22 Finest Gramophone
48 Whispers 10 Audio 2014-08-22 Finest Gramophone
49 Someone You Love 3 Audio 2014-06-02 Finest Gramophone
50 Whispers 10 Audio 2014-08-25 Finest Gramophone


Singer and songwriter Tina Dickow (Outside of Denmark she performs under the alias Tina Dico) was born on October 14, 1977 in Aarhus, (Denmark).

In 1998 she was part of the group "Fester Kester" and won two talent-contests the same year, with song written by her. Later in 1998 she formed the band "Tina Dickow and Sheriff" and released the single "Your Waste of Time".

In 2000 she started her own record label, [l=Finest Gramophone]. The first release was her own album "Fuel" in 2001.

In 2002 Tina Dickow moved to England and thru her contract with Jonathan Morley got to do a collaboration with Holly Valance on the song "Send My Best" and here met Sam Hardaker from [a=Zero 7]. [a=Zero 7] asked her to collaborate with them and they recorded "Home" and "The Space Between" which are featured on the album "When It Falls".

Her 2 album "Notes" was also written during her stay in England and in 2004 she released the EP "Far" with new versions of tracks from "Notes", "Fuel" and one new song. In June 2005 Tina Dickow released the album "In the Red" on her label [l=Finest Gramophone] in cooperation with A:larm Music.


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