Carole released her first record, Black Orchid, in 1979.
Ten years will go by before she records her next solo album, Brother, the theme song of the film L'Union Sacré, written by Michael Jones and composed by Jean-Jacques Goldman.
An important part of her solo career is the trio Fredericks Goldman Jones which releases three studio albums (one of which is in English) and two live albums over a six-year period, allowing the public to discover the warmth of a deep and generous voice.
In 1996, Carole Fredericks releases her first true solo album, Springfield, with a blues and gospel flavor.
Three years later, Couleurs et Parfums is released, her second and last opus: a warm and colourful acoustic universe with pop rhythms, blues, and emotions.
In between these musical adventures, Carole Fredericks is a background vocalist for numerous artists…