Yesterday Boston, United States, suffered from a terrorist attack during their marathon. When Tim Schou, leadsinger in A Friend In London, heard about it, he immediately wrote a song about it hoping that the victims and their relatives can gain some strength from it.
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.
The Olsen Brothers were asked if they would like to be interval act at the Danish final in a few weeks, where a bunch of former Eurovision winners will be performing. They declined the offer due to a US trip getting inspiration for a new album that should bring them back to their rock sound.
There was a suitably spooky theme to the BBC1 show tonight, as the dancers aimed to avoid the nightmare of being eliminated from the competition. Lulu looked the part as she aimed to continue her steady progress in the dancing show with risk taking partner, Brendan Cole in a Halloween special.
The latest album from three times Eurovision Song Contest winner was in September released in Denmark, Sweden and Norway and made it to the charts in all three countries. At the end of January Irishman in America will be released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The 2006 Eurovision Song Contest winners Lordi have started their North American Fall Tour that brings them to six states. The Finnish monster band is putting a lot of effort into making it in the states with the new album, a video competition only for American fans and this tour.
Can you make a horror video to Lordi’s new single "Bite It Like A Bulldog"? The band that made headlines around the world for their participation and victory in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest have opened a horror video contest among their fans in the U.S.
After the big success with The Irish Connection Johnny Logan is now preparing a new album. The release date and the name are not yet mentioned, but the album is being recorded in Denmark, Germany, Ireland and the USA.
After participating in the Norwegian final two years in a row with a 3rd place from 2007 as best result the Norwegian rock band Crash! are now pursuing an international career with the USA and Romania as next stops.
Dana, who gave Ireland its first victory, out of 7 so far, in the Eurovision Song Contest, will be performing for Pope Benedict XVI at a press-Mass concert in New York later this month. In 1993 she performed for the previous Pope.