Anna Bergendahl managed to turn defeat to triumph following her failure to make the final at the 2010 contest in Oslo, with her album Yours Sincerely topping the charts. Her follow up album Something To Believe In didn't fare so well but, has not gone unnoticed stateside.
Things has been rather quiet about Sidsel Ben Sammane since she represented Denmark at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest. Now things are getting more spicier as she returns with a new EP released tonight - and a new stage name as well.
After a two year break following the release of her last studio album Ihmeitä in 2011, premier Finnish funkster Laura Voutilainen is back with a brand new album next week entitled KokoNainen (Complete).
Last night Mike Tramp held a release party to celebrate that his next solo album will hit the stores in just a few days. The new album, Cobblestone Street, is described as a back to the root project, just with him and his acoustic guitar.
As reported on EuroVisionary a few months ago, Gerard Joling was celebrating a less than amicable split with his former record label NRGY Music and his brand new recording contract with label Vosound records. He is busy putting the finishing touches to his latest album, due in the shops by the 26th of April.
In the final stages of their Bronnen tour, trio 3JS release their newest single, Zo Mooi Als Jij (As Beautiful As You) next Friday, a befitting end to their tour which finishes in Gouda on the 16th of April.
Both singers hail from different corners of the globe but have stood on the Eurovision stage representing France. Canadian warbler Natasha St. Pier and Indonesian beauty Anggun are poles apart in terms of musical genres but found common ground on the concept album Thérèse, Vivre d'Amour.