Fan favourite Nanne Grönvall has been absent at both Melodifestivalen and on the music scene for a number of years. But now she's on her way back into the limelight, bigger and bolder than ever with the release of a new album. The starlet spoke openly to Swedish media about the experiences surrounding her latest release.
Armenia’s Sirusho has been nominated for three prestigious World Music Awards, making her the first Armenian singer to ever receive a nomination. She competes against many of the biggest names in music including eurovision acts Loreen, Anggun and Anouk for the title Worlds Best Female Artist.
Singer Willeke Alberti has long since become one of the most respected and beloved artists in the Netherlands, with a career spanning over fifty years. The singer now wants to give something back and is hoping to do so with the help of her son, Johnny De Mol and another family connection.
"The angels and demons side by side" sang Finnish favourite Jari Sillanpää in his 2004 Eurovision entry Takes 2 To Tango. He's incorporated the rather hellish imagery in his latest tour which has met with unmittigated success in his home country.
Award winning Norwegian-Irish duo Secret Garden, winners of the 1995 Eurovision Song Contest are back with their first recording since the release of their 2011 effort, Winter Poem. The brand new album Just The Two Of Us is released nationwide in Norway today, with a wider release expected in the coming months.
Former German Eurovision entrant Roger Cicero has decided to start the new year by revamping his website, the release of a new single, a new album and the confirmation of his forthcoming tour dates. Frag nicht wohin is the title of the lead single from his album Was immer auch kommt, due for release later in the spring.
Irish Eurovision fans are in for a double whammy this festive season as two time Irish finalists John and Edward Grimes aka Jedward and 1992 Eurovision Winner Linda Martin have united on stage for a much anticipated production of pantomime Beauty and the Beast in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre. (Oh no they’re not… oh yes they are!)
It's been a while since we last heard anything from Karoline Krüger, the Norwegian entrant from 1988. Her last album proper appeared back in 2004 in the form of De To Stemmer. Fans were given the perfect
Christmas present this year, with the release of a Christmas album, which Karoline has recorded together with her husband Sigvart Dagsland.