Das folgende Interview wurde von Jacky Sangster exklusiv für die Online-Präsenz ultimate-obsession.de und culture-beat-online.de gegeben. Von einer nicht
genehmigten Veröffentlichung auf anderen Internetseiten ist abzusehen.
An dieser Stelle noch einmal vielen Dank an Jacky Sangster und Frank Fenslau, die mir dieses kurze Interview ermöglicht haben.
3. Juli 2006
Deon: Hi Jacky! First of all, I wanna thank you, that you take some time, to answer
some questions. How are you? Jacky: Thank you for interviewing me and I am fine.
Deon: How does it feel to be a part of Culture Beat, the Group that began to
write the first chapter in the history of Euro Dance? Jacky: It is an honour to be a part of euro dance history.
Deon: So now it’s two years after you released your last Track called “Can’t
go on like this”. It’s been such a long time and many fans thought that the story of Culture Beat had come to an end. What happend in the meantime?
Jacky: Yes unfortunately it has been a long time since our last release but we have been busy doing a lot of shows and since our internal
structure had changed we need to release the right song with the right team we will do nothing less for our fans. Deon: You’re still on tour with Culture Beat and it’s like “Wow” when one
can see you performing. You got so much energy and everyone can see that you love your job. What’s the secret of your power?
Jacky: The music is the secret if you love it the rest comes easy.
Deon: In summer 2002 you released a solo Track called “Knock on wood”.
Are there plans for any other solo projects? Jacky: At this moment no! It was some thing fun to do but my heart belongs
Deon: Many other singers of famous Euro Dance Groups lend there voices to several Projects, so like Jenny Bersola, Anita Davis or Kim Sanders. Was your voice featured by some other artists?
Jacky: Yes but before I joined CB at this moment I feel no need to lend my
voice out but maybe if the right song or collaboration I would consider it.
Deon: So, you are Jacky S., the powerful woman that is the face of Culture Beat. Is there a difference to the private Jacky?
Jacky: Yes a major difference most people would never recognize me. I am
the exact opposite of the person on stage and I like both worlds. Deon: What are you doing, when you don’t work with Culture Beat. Have you got another job or is Culture Beat your fulltime job?
Jacky: Culture beat is my fulltime job of cause there are other things I do out of personal interest but CB get’s my full attention.
Deon: What are your plans for the future and what can your fans look
Jacky: Well were working on another release that is of CB standards and
hopefully our fans will forgive us for taking so long. We know what
our loyal fans expect from us only the very best. Deon: There are still so many Culture Beat Fans out there all over the world,
and they are waiting so long, to get a sign from you. They will stand forever behind you and Frank. Is there something you want to say to them?
Jacky: Thank you for the many years of support it touches me deeply that you care so much. In 2007 I will give you a new sign which will be
of fun and dance. Deon: Thank you Jacky for this short interview. It was a pleasure for me to
ask you some questions. I wish you all the best in the world and I hope so badly to hear something new from you in time. Let’s finish this interview with the words “...and the beat keeps going on!” (We all hope so) Jacky: I hope to meet you and thank you in person it was fun Jacky