La Meg Være Ung, Wenche Myhre once sang way back in 1964 aged just seventeen. Little did she know then just how prophetic her song would turn out to be. Turning 66 this week, she shows no sign of slowing down, with the recent release of both a biography and a CD with the same name. The megastar has just announced that she is to embark on a tour, too!
Serafín Zubiri is about to release a new album titled X Una Causa Justa where he wanted to implicate a number of social causes for which it is worth fighting and he has dedicated each song to a different matter. In addition, he will star in an adventure's tv show that will premiere on Sunday afternoon.
Former Icelandic participant Sigga Beinteinsdóttir turns fifty later this month and the occasion will apparently not go unnoticed in her native Iceland, with a special celebtraion planned for the artist.
A couple of days ago Jedward announced to MTV that they would be representing Ireland again at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. Now however it turns out that they were speaking a bit too soon as they will have to go through a national final competing against 4 others before they can go to Baku.
Luxemburg held its 5th Eurovision Gala in "Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg" venue the 29th of October. It was a show that featured previous participants as Omar Naber, Anabela, Marion Welter and D'Nash and at the same time funds was raised for Charity Télévie to fight cancer among children.
"I’d rather stick needles in my eyes!", Michael Ball said about plans for a return to the Eurovision song Contest, where he in 1992 sung the UK entry One Step Out Of Time to a second place. Despite that, we can still enjoy his new album.
Turkish flash group MaNga, who recorded the highest placing for Turkey since 2003, has been nominated for the 2010 Music Awards for TRT. Another ex-representative, Mor ve Ötesi, and this year's Turkish participant, Yüksek Sadakat, will also compete against MaNga.