Jan Hellriegel Profile

Nick Bollinger
19 Aug 2014

Jan Hellriegel likes to do things her own way. She has enjoyed the high profile that comes with a national hit single, a pair of major label albums, television appearances in high-rating dramas and commercials.

None of this stopped her walking away from the spotlight when she felt she had better things to do. And when, after almost a decade, she felt like making music again, she did.

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Mountain Rock Festival, January 1993
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Jan Hellriegel at the October 2009 All Grown Up show at the Civic Wintergarden
Photo credit: Photo by Michelle Cutelli-Male
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Jan Hellriegel with Cassandra's Ears
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A mid-1990s Warner Music publicity shot
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Jan Hellriegel - Misadventure (live on MTV NZ)
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Jan Hellriegel - It's My Sin
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Publicity shot for for 1999's Melusine single
Photo credit: Photo by Marissa Findlay
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A page from a 1992 Fashion Quarterly feature
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The primary publicity shot used for the 1992 album It's My Sin
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Jan Hellriegel, 1990
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The lyrics to 10 Years And 47 Minutes
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Producer Daniel Denholm and Jan Hellriegel in the mid-90s
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Jan Hellriegel - Bottom Of My Heart (Cherry)
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Jan Hellriegel, 1992
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Jan Hellriegel, taken for the Venus Is Dead single, 2013
Photo credit: Photo by Martin Brown
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Jan Hellriegel, RipItUp June 1995 cover shoot by Alan Drain.
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Jan Hellriegel with Mark de Clive-Lowe on Waiheke
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A shot used for the cover of More Magazine, 1995
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RipItUp September 1992
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The 1992 press advert for It's My Sin
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Proof sheet from the 1999 Melusine shoot
Photo credit: Photos by Marissa Findlay
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Jan on the stage of the first Auckland Big Day Out, 1994
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The band at Auckland's Airforce Studios in Eden Terrace to record It's My Sin in 1991 with J.D. Souther: Mark Bell, Tony Lumsden, J.D. Souther and Mark Petersen
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Jan Hellriegel - Geraldine (from Tremble)
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Jan Hellriegel - Filled Me Up (Live at the Wintergarden, October 22, 2009 at the launch of All Grown Up)
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Jan Hellriegel in 1992-3, during a period where she was briefly blonde
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It's My Sin, Jan's debut album released in 1992
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Jan Hellriegel on her 1992 New Zealand tour
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Jan Hellriegel on her 1992 New Zealand tour
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RipItUp June 1995. Cover photo by Alan Drain.
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Jan Hellriegel
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Jan Hellriegel - Waves (live at the Gluepot 1990)
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Cassandra's Ears - Silver Sheen (1988)
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From a More maagazine photo shoot, 1995
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The WEA poster for 1992's It's My Sin album
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Polaroid of Jan during the 1999 Melusine video shoot
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The backing chorus lineup for 2009's Goodbye Adieu
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Jan Hellriegel - Melusine
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Jan Hellriegel - Pure Pleasure (from Tremble)
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Jan Hellriegel's second album Tremble, from 1995
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Jan Hellriegel - No Idea (from It's My Sin)
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Jan filming a Ford advert, 1996
Photo credit: Jan Hellriegel collection
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1993 Jan Hellriegel press release
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The All Grown Up show at the Civic Wintergarden in October 2009
Photo credit: Photo by Michelle Cutelli-Male
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Jan Hellriegel
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Jan Hellriegel solo in Melbourne in the 1990s
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Jan Hellriegel - Manic (Is A State of Mind) - from Tremble
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Jan Hellriegel, 2nd from left, with Walking With Walt, Chingford Park, Dunedin 1986
Photo credit: James Dignan collection
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At Mountain Studios in Tauranga, the It's My Sin band - from rear: Jan Hellriegel, Tony Lumsden, Mark Petersen, Wayne Bell. Missing is Mark Bell.
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A polaroid from the shoot for cover of 1997's Sentimental Fool single
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Jan Hellriegel on her 1992 New Zealand tour
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Jan Hellriegel on Xena: Warrior Princess
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Jan Hellriegel on Xena: Warrior Princess
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1995 Warner Music publicity shot, used by several magazines both in NZ and in Australia
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Jan Hellriegel - Sentimental Fool
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Jan Hellriegel, Eddie Rayner and Neil Baldock at Roundhead Studios, Auckland, 2009
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Jan Hellriegel - 2 x 2 (from All Grown Up)
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RipItUp writer Donna Yuzwalk and Jan Hellriegel in the mid-90s
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From a 1995 More magazine photoshoot
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Nightline interview with Jan Hellriegel (1990)
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Wayne Bell and Jan Hellriegel on her 1992 New Zealand tour
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Jan Hellriegel, 1992
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Jan Hellriegel, 1995
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The Jan Hellriegel band in 1991 at Auckland's Airforce Studios recording It's My Sin: Wayne Bell, Mark Petersen (rear), Tony Lumsden (front), Neil Baldock, Mark Bell and producer Nick Morgan
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Jan Hellriegel, March 1995
Photo credit: Photo by Paul Elliott
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Jan Hellriegel, RipItUp June 1995 cover shoot by Alan Drain.
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A polaroid from the shoot for cover of 1997's Sentimental Fool single
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Jan Hellriegel, 1992
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Jan Hellriegel - Viva Voce (live at the Gluepot 1990)
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Jan Hellriegel - Burger Generation (live at the Gluepot 1990)
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Jan Hellriegel - The Way I Feel (1992)
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The Tremble release party at Squid in Auckland's O'Connell Street
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Jan Hellriegel at Riverhead Festival
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Tremble publicity shot
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Promoter Louise Hunter and Jan Hellriegel
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Trivia:

In 1999 the Greg Churchill remix of Melusine became a substantial Auckland club and dance radio hit and was placed on several club compilations

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