Karen Danzig is a British singer with paternal German ancestry.

Danzig, mostly known for her success in the Clubland genre of Dance music, sang and co-wrote "Heartbeatz" which entered the Top 20 UK charts at No.16 on All Around The World Records.

She has co-written & given vocal performances for tracks by Styles & Breeze, Flip N Fill, Love to Infinity and Micky Modelle, and for labels such as All Around The World, Ministry of Sound, Sony ATV, Can You Feel It, and Serious Records.

She is published by Notting Hill Music/23rd Precinct, & now writes, records & performs with songwriter/producer Bill Padley as dance-pop act Radiola.

Training & Early Career

Karen trained from an early age in classical singing at the Watford School of Music & went on to achieve a First Class Honours Degree in Music & Performing Arts at Chichester University, & a Post Graduate Diploma in Acting & Musical Theatre at Hertfordshire Theatre School. In 1992 she toured the world with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Upon graduation she enjoyed a career singing jazz & pop in London & Bangkok, as well as being a vocal coach. Her first major recording project was with legendary 80's pop producers Stock & Aitken, fronting a 'Blondie-esque' pop-rock band called The Park. The band were created to promote the world's first CD Phonecard Single, which featured 2 of Karen's songs. She continued songwriting with the likes of Ricky Wilde (Kim's brother & songwriter) & Sam Bergliter (Lisa Stansfield), & recording for Serious Records (Sonique's label), & Red Rose/Millennium (DJ Luck & MC Neat). Solo releases included 'Outcry' (funky house) with Sam Bergliter & 'DJ in Town' (Millennium distribution) which she showcased at the London Astoria & other UK clubs. Karen also worked on several commercial UK garage/2 Step projects with remixers The Problem Kids & Big Ca$ino. Karen also had her own pop-dance girlband, TULA, who made appearances on the first series of X Factor. They performed regularly around London clubs at acoustic nights at the Kashmir Club (Tony Moore) & Kabaret (Christopher Peyton). Karen first met up with hardcore DJ's, Hixxy, Force & Styles in 1999, when she was asked to contribute a track for the Sony Music TV album, 'This Is Noize' (Top 10 national UK Compilation Charts, Feb '99 & over 1 million sales in Japan).

TOP 20 Chart

In 2005 Karen's club anthem Heartbeatz, with hardcore legends Styles & Breeze, reached No. 16 in the UK Top 40 charts and featured on many Clubland and Floorfillers compilations, as well as 'Now That's What I Call Music 60'. The provocative video was at the top of the Box TV Video charts for four consecutive weeks. She continued to work with various producers including Love To Infinity, Micky Modelle, Billy Bunter, Kenny Hayes, and countless others, on labels such as All Around The World, Ministry Of Sound,.

Tours & Clubs

In 2007 she was chosen to front all UK P.A.s for the No. 10 UK chart hit 'Dancing In the Dark' (Micky Modelle) & she featured on the first CLUBLAND LIVE UK Arena Tour, with major dance acts Cascada, Scooter, Ultrabeat, Flip & Fill, Kelly Llorenna, Styles & Breeze, and others. She performed to over 50,000 kids on the Choices For Life arena tour with the McDonald Brothers (X Factor) & Keith Jack (Any Dream Will Do) for 2 years running. She sang on the first Clubland Ibiza tour, as well as the first DANCE NATION Arena tour (Ministry of Sound/Hard2Beat) with Basshunter, Sash, September, Booty Luv and many others. More recent releases include La La La La La, with the Sound Selektaz (Top 5, Music Week Commercial Pop Top 30), & brand new project, 'RADIOLA', a collaboration with Ivor Novello winning songwriter Bill Padley (4 international & UK No.1 hit records, including Atomic Kitten's Whole Again & That's My Goal for Shayne Ward).

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