Alexander Rybak feat. Kseniya Simonova have released a music video for the song Let The Music Guide You.
Alexander Rybak x Sirusho have released the duet single, Stay. It is a charming ballad and a surprise collaboration.
Roxen & Alexander Rybak have collaborated on a new song called Wonderland. It is an upbeat and catchy track with a positive and happy vibe. I am not sure Alexander actually sings on this track but I presume he is involved in the music playing.
Wonderland is available to purchase or stream via most digital stores such as Amazon, Spotify and many more.
Roxen was chosen to represent Romania at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest with Alcohol You. The competition was, however, cancelled due to the world health pandemic. Roxen will get another chance as she has been confirmed to represent Romania at the 2021 Eurovision.
Alexander Rybak won the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with Fairytale. He returned to compete again for Norway the 2018 Eurovision with That’s How You Write A Song.
Source: ESC Covers
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
ALEXANDER RYBAK, who won the Eurovision song contest in 2009 for NORWAY, has been extremely active in recent months and another brand new song and video was released yesterday. It is called MAGIC and it is indeed magic.
ALEXANDER RYBAK won the Eurovision song contest in 2009 in Moscow for Norway with Fairytale. He again represented Norway at the 2018 Eurovision in Lisbon. Now he has released a song and video in Russian called POZADI which means Behind in English). This comes after he had released two English songs recently.
Alexander Rybak has released the official video clip for his song My Whole World, which is a country tinged ballad.
My Whole World is self composed by Alexander Rybak.
Alexander won the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with Fairytale and also represented them again in 2018 with That’s How You Write A Song.
You can see the official music video for My Whole World below.
Source: ESC Covers
Alexander Rybak is back with not one, but two, new singles. The songs are Give Me Rain and My Whole World.
Give Me Rain is a catchy pop song with a catchy chorus and some nice string effects.
My Whole World is a ballad song, almost with a country feel, with violin and strings.
Alexander Rybak won the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with Fairytale and represented the country again at the 2018 Eurovision with That’s How You Write A Song.
You can hear the new songs below.
Source: ESC Covers
Nor Bert alerted us to this recording.
Collectors of the Eurovision entries on CD will know that Norway did not have a CD single of their 2018 entry THAT’S HOW YOU WRITE A SONG by Alexander Rybak. In order for ESC Covers to be able to display each and every item, we got Stephan Herholdt to design a promo single for this song. There are just 4 copies of it available and 2 of them ESC Covers have made available to be WON by either Eurovision fans or Alexander fans.
This is how it will work:
ONE copy for a fan from NORWAY
Norwegian fans who want to take part, has to be a member of OGAE NORWAY. We will check it with the president of OGAE Norway. You also have to answer a question – how many points did That’s how you write a song got in its semi-final in Lisbon.
ONE copy for a fan from any other country but NORWAY
Fans from the rest of the planet (beside Norway) do not have to be a fan of any OGAE club, just a fan of either Eurovision or Alexander. Your question is as follows: Did That’s how you write a song compete in semi final 1 or semi final 2 in Lisbon.
People who want to enter can do it in one of three different ways:
1 – give your answer on the facebook – EUROVISION COVERAGE
2 – do it here on the ESC COVERS website and leave your answer as a comment
3 – write your answer in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
You have until Friday 12 November to enter the competition – it will close at midnight Central European time.
The two winners will be announced on both the facebook and the website.
Due to postal problems from SOUTH AFRICA, the CD’s will only be posted out end of November when Roy, the owner of ESC Covers, is in Minsk, Belarus for Junior Eurovision.