Neffe Kragh-Müller was born in the village of Harlem, U.S.A. At the age of five, Neffe began singing in church, which led to the choirs and participation in theatrical performances at church. Her father was a Gospel singer in the South, where Neffe acquired her love for singing. She traveled to Detroit and Hollywood to try her hand at singing and acting. Returning to New York in 1984, Neffe was spotted performing on 59th street and was invited to Europe. In Scandinavia, she met and married Per Kragh-Müller. She has enjoyed a lifestyle of travel and music in clubs in Copenhagen, worked as the radio voice for the American count down disk jockey and as a music teacher at Rythmiske Aftenskole. In New York, Neffe performs with her jazz trio and has completed Neo Soul and jazz CDs of original and cover material.
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