Beatrice began singing when she was a little girl.
Her mother used to sit and play the piano, and Beatrice would stand next to it and sing along.
When she was only seven, she wrote her first song with her sister, Veronica. The song was called
"It's a radio, oh oh" and definitely had the makings of a Number 1 hit!
When she was a little older, Beatrice joined the Church youth choir, and it wasn't long before
she realised that this was something that she was meant to do. Her passion for Country music
was born after she was given the opportunity to sing the Dolly Parton song, "High and Mighty".
Since then, Beatrice has sung in many bands, one of them being the fantastically named "Waky Paky".
For many years she has worked as a demo and background singer, and she has also been a singer and
dancer in many different show groups, for example, "The Wild Vests Show", "Christmas at Hilton",
"The Blue Moon Bar show" and countless others.
Between 2000 and 2002, she studied Song and Song writing at the Stockholm Music conservatoire.
They were two fun and rewarding years. During this time, she started writing and recording a lot,
and she also started a band, which is still going strong!
Now, Beatrice doesn't just write for her own band, she writes for other people as well.
Karin Nancy Beatrice Ericsson
4 may 1978 in Örnsköldsvik Sweden
Mum, dad, sister, brother
Yes, I do..
Very well, but not for so long
My family and friends, making music, Christmas..
Dixie chicks, Jack Johnson, Peter Lemarc