The Voice of Rock´n´Roll
Claudia Cane is a German rock singer with a voice that bears a resemblance to that of the Canadian singers Sass Jordan and Melissa Etheridge although she is also being compared to Tina Turner, Janis Joplin, Rod Stewart and Bon Scott.Claudia Cane, the namesake of the band of the same name, has been an integral part of Munich’s music scene for many years.
Not only has she made a name for herself by singing the theme song on the soundtrack for the SAT1 television series “Rote Meile” (the “Red Mile”), produced by Curt Cress, but also thank to her participation in the national qualifications for the 2000 Eurovision Song Contest where Stefan Raab was among her major competitors.
As a result of her activities and her absolute rock voice, AC/DC’s Angus and Malcolm Young became aware of Claudia Cane and hired her for the “Stiff Upper Lip” Stadium Tour in 2001 as a supporting act. Malcolm was especially enthusiastic about Claudia and, as a result, hired her as the opening act for both the AC/DC 2003 Club Tour (including the Circus Krone in Munich) as well as for the 2009 “Black Ice” Tour in Germany and Austria. She has dedicated her love for AC/DC in her “CC/DC – A True AC/DC Remake” CD!
Back in 2014, the longstanding Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora was looking for a supporting act for his Munich concert and made an announcement in the daily press. Claudia Cane applied and was chosen by him as a supporting act for his concert in the “Kesselhaus” and to perform a song with Richie and his band during the concert.
After having made a few changes, Claudia Cane is now back with a new team and presents herself as even “rock-ier” than ever before: a real rock’n’roll firework.
The versatility of her voice can be most vividly experienced in her own songs written with her brother Andrew Cane which have been released on her “Come Closer” CD.