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 teamed up with Franziska Wiese to record his 2009 Eurovision winner for Norway FAIRYTALE in English and German
Dazel covered the 2009 Eurovision winner FAIRYTALE from Norway in Spanish.
Morland featuring Debrah Scarlett covered the 2009 Eurovision winner of Norway FAIRYTALE.
Alexander Rybak, who won Eurovision in 2009 for Norway covered the 1982 Eurovision entry from Norway ADIEU also in Norwegian.
Two Eurovision performers John Dubovie (UK 2010) and Niamh Kavanagh (Ire 1993 & 2010) teamed up to cover the 2009 Eurovision winner from Norway FAIRYTALE.
The 2009 Eurovision winner, Alexander Rybak covered the 2017 Eurovision winning song AMAR PELOS DOIS of Portugal in English.
Alexander Rybak, winner of the 2009 Eurovision song contest pays tribute to one of the most successful Norwegian singers by covering his 1982 Norwegian Eurovision entry, Adieu.