After more then 35 years in the music business, Mike Tramp has released this acoustic album where he reflects on his life up until now. It's a quiet album, away is the rock ‘n' roll sound and left is a naked honest album from a man who has been around.
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.
It has been ten years since the release of their previous album Parla Col Cuore (Talk With The Heart) and now they are back to celebrate their long career with more than twenty million albums sold worldwide. They represented Italy at the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest with Questo Amore finishing 12th
1. Amore Odio
2. Mamma Maria
3. Cosa Sei
4. Dimmi Che Mi Ami
5. Voulez Vous Dancer
6. Musica Vita Mia
7. Made In Italy
8. Piccolo Amore
10. Sarà Perchè Ti Amo
11. Come Vorrei
12. Perdutamente Amore
Veteran rocker Jahn Teigen is one of the most prolific norwegian Eurovision entrants with three entries to his name and a career spanning over thirty years. His contribution to the domestic music scene was celebrated with the opening of an exhitbition at Rockheim (the Norwegian rock and roll hall of fame) on Wednesday evening.
On the 16th of November Björn Skifs, double Swedish Eurovision Song Contest participant, will release a new album. The title song from this album has already been well recieved leaving high expectations for the album, that is entirely in English and includes a duet performed at the wedding of the Swedish Crown Princess Viktoria.
A clearly moved and extremely humbled Jahn Teigen was the subject of much attention, after being presented with a knightood and the title of First Class Knight of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav yesterday. He was awarded the order by HM King Harald V for his services to the public as a musician and artist, but also for his humanitarian work.