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She is the power woman of the German North - with her concentrated talent she sweeps over the stages of the republic like a whirlwind. Whether as an entertainer, cabaret artist or singer, Ina Müller inspires her fans with her engaging manner.
In 1994 she made the acquaintance of the artist Edda Schnittgard on Sylt. Together the women found the cabaret duo Queen Bee and quickly made a name for themselves.
Encouraged by what has been achieved so far, Ina Müller declares a matter close to her heart a matter for her boss: the Low German language. Due to her North German origin, she is very familiar with it and cultivates this dialect with songs and self-written lyrics. The talent does not remain hidden to the NDR: Ina Müller takes over the long-established radio format "Hör mal'n beten to" as presenter. Her paperback "Platt is nich uncool" was published in 2002 as a collection of texts for the programme, followed by an audio book edition in 2003.
In 2004 the artist published "Mien Tung is keen Flokati", another Low German paperback book. She is also active as a solo singer: her first pop album is titled "Das Große Du". Ina Müller's name recognition and popularity grew, and so she switched from radio to TV format and presented the single show "Land und Liebe", which developed into a crowd-puller.
At the end of 2005 the duo Queen Bee breaks up and Ina Müller concentrates exclusively on her solo projects. She makes contact with the successful duo Frank Ramond and Hardy Kayser, who have already helped Annett Louisan and Roger Cicero to their career breakthrough. The result is the 2006 album "Weiblich, Ledig, 40", which soon reaches gold status. Nationwide concerts are sold out and Ina Müller is already a big name on television.
She is cheeky, quick-witted and doesn't mince her words. The North German phenomenon Ina Müller also needs precisely these qualities in order to master her colourful life: She is a musician, cabaret artist, author and television presenter.
Her award-winning late-night show "Inas Nacht" is a cult classic of the evening program in the first: She sings and snaps with her guests - without interpersonal and musical fears of contact. In the following years, with "Liebe Macht Taub", "Die Schallplatte - nied opleggt", "Das wär dein Lied gewesen" and "LIVE", further musical works follow, all of which are great successes.
2013 Ina Müller releases the album "48". On the album Ina Müller sings about her youth with her four sisters - the "Zank und Zoff in 'nem Dreibettzimmer" and the motto "all for one and each for himself". She thematizes love, lust and longing. For "48" the artist will receive the coveted echo in 2014 in the category "Artist Rock/Pop National".