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SheSays

SheSays
SheSays in August 2007
Background information
Origin Vienna, Austria
Genres Rock
Years active 2004-
Labels Virgin Records/Capitol Music
Website Official SheSays-Homepage
Members Gudrun Liemberger (singer),
Andy Liu (guitar)
Past members Cathi Priemer (drums),
Valentin Rosegger (bass),
Rainer Schumich

SheSays is an Austrian rock band, established in 2004.

Its founding members were Gudrun Liemberger, Andy Liu, Valentin Rosegger and Cathi Priemer.

Members

The singer and songwriter Gudrun Liemberger had been educated in the Konservatorium Wien. She had experience with some bands in different music genres.

Cathi Priemer was the youngest band member and the drummer. She was born in 1984 and she graduated high school in Vienna.

Valentin Rosegger was also band member in other groups. He played at big concerts in Austrian clubs.

Andy Liu is the guitarist and was also member of other bands. He was very important for the establishment of the group.

Band story

In 2006 the band won an Austrian band contest, called Soundcheck spezial. After winning this music casting show, the band became very famous in Austria. Their album SheSays peaked number 1 and their single Rosegardens reached #2 in the single charts.

In 2007 Cathi Priemer left. The group published their second album Want It, which wasn't as successful as their debut.

Middle-Europe Tour 2007

In 2007 SheSays supported Bryan Adams at his concerts in Germany and BeNeLux.

Discography

Albums

Year Albums A GER CH BEL NL LUX
2006 SheSays 1
2007 Want it 18

Singles

Year Singles A FI GER CH BEL NL LUX
2006 Rosegardens 2 -
SheSays 41
Mountainside
2007 Open Your Eyes 39
Save Me 37 11
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