The Rounder Girls
These superb vocalists have been fascinating audiences since 1993 with their love of life, friendship and the celebration of womanhood. Three women. Three countries. One sound.
The Rounder Girls are changing the world in their own special way. One song at a time...
Tini Kainrath comes from Vienna, Austria. Her musical range covers
everything - Soul, Blues Gospel, Rock (The Hallucination Company), Jazz (Zipflo Weinrich, Harri Stojka,
Christian Mühlbacher), and Viennese Songs and Dudlers! (1. Wiener Pawlatschen AG.)
She is one of the most sought after Studio singers (e.g: Ostbahn Kurti, Hubert von Goisern, Wolfgang Ambros, Phil Edwards, Hubert Tubbs, VSOP...) and is an unforgettable live experience!
She has also appeared in various Films and TV shows e.g. "Muttertag", "Untersuchung an Mädeln", "Wanted", "Kaisermühlen Blues", "Tatort", and "Dolce Vita".
Kim Cooper is from New York (Long Island). The multi talented singer / songwriter wrote and sang for "Club 69, Peter Rauhofer", "Bingoboys", "Danube Dance" and "Beat 4 Feet". She was celebrated as the "Dancefloor Diva" of the 90's with such Smash-Hits as "Let me be your underwear" and "Drama"
Lynne Kieran was born and raised in London, England. She is classically trained with a talent that
covers Opera to Soul and has performed in many shows including "Porgy and Bess", "Little Shop of Horrors" and "Hair" to name but a few!!
She has performed with - amongst others - Ostbahn Kurti, Hubert von Goisern, Andy Baum, Gloria Gaynor and Barry Manilow (adventure is the spice of life!!) and - with Eddie Cole - founded the sensational Funk and Soul band "Prime Cut".
Lynne is an established singer / songwriter. The distinctive sound of her songs and vocal arrangments can be heard on many productions from Classic to Dance including Lynne's House, Beat 4 Feet, the cover version of Ben E. King's hit "Supernatural Thing" and Count Basic - whose first hits "Jazz in the House" and "All time High" were co-composed and sung by her.
The three Girls will be accompanied on the piano by: