Linda Rum

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Background information
OriginNuremberg, Germany
Indie rock

Singer-Songwriter Pop music

Years active2016–present
MembersLinda Rum (Vocals, Guitars, Keys)

Linda Rum (in Nuremberg) is a German musician and songwriter. She lives in Hamburg.

Musical Career

Born in Nuremberg to Poland parents, Linda Rum came into contact with music at an early age. After classical piano lessons, she expanded her musical creativity since 2004 autodidactically by playing guitar and writing her own songs. This was followed by Germany-wide performances with her own band projects as well as studies with a major in organ.[1]

In the following years she played numerous concerts as a singer-songwriter, including tours through Germany, Austria and Scotland.[2]

In 2015, she graduated from the pop course at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, majoring in singing.[3] Her instructors included Jane Comerford and Peter Weihe.

In 2019, she began recording the EP "Ten Feet Tall I", which was released on December 11, 2020. The production was supported by ITZEtalent, the promotion of the Itzehoer Versicherungen.

For her new recordings, Linda Rum is working with producer Tobias Siebert (Juli and Enno Bunger) and Hannes Wittmer, among others.

Performances (selection)

  • 2010: Rock im Park, Nuremberg
  • 2013: Bardentreffen, Nuremberg
  • 2013: Grand Ole Opry, Glasgow
  • 2017: Hafenrockbühne, Hamburg
  • 2020: Intertonale, Scheibbs

Further performances with: Ken Stringfellow, Efterklang, Oehl, Alin Coen, The Notwist, Black Sea Dahu


  • 2020: Ten Feet Tall I (EP)


Linda Rum's music has been received positively throughout the media echo. In particular, the richness of detail in the arrangements,[4] the captivating melodies,[5] and the wide range of emotions[6] have been highlighted. Ken Stringfellow, whom Linda Rum supported in a duet and on piano at a concert, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration.[7]


  1. "Linda Rum: Von Bach zu Boy". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  2. "Linda Rum: Vergangene Konzerte". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  3. "Zurück aus Hamburg: Linda Rum im Club Stereo". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  4. "Von Anfang an mittendrin: Linda Rum und Band". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  5. "Popsalon 7 – Der Freitag mit Musik, Schmäh und Ständchen im Shuttle". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  6. "Linda Rum und Consolers live in Hamburg – Konzertreview". (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2021-03-05.
  7. "Sit Down And Sing Tour Wraps, And Back To Mixing We Go". Retrieved 2021-03-05.

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