Category: Alexandra

Song review: “Alt for Norge” – finally in a new version

Football songs that are made solely to be there, tend to be a bit small, full of bragging and nationalistically charged words.

For someone who for 28 years has had a strained relationship with the football song “Alt for Norge”, first and foremost due to Jørn Lande’s affected and pompous “heavy ballad vocals” full of emotion, it is liberating to hear the new version with Alexandra Rotan, from Keiino, as a vocalist.

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Mother of the night

Mother of the night

Mother of the night
Bring back the sinful and shameful in me
Cause I’ve been so waiting patiently
I’m on my knees if you want me to be
So we can rise, we can rise, we can rise

Follow me
Into the night
My darling one
I promise you
No more light
Conversation
In swanky bars
Or hotel rooms

Listen up, put that leather on
Mothers back, let’s get it on

Mother of the night
Bring back the sinful and shameful in me
Cause I’ve been so waiting patiently
I’m on my knees if you want me to be
So we can rise, we can rise, we can rise

I’m mother of the night
Mother of the night
You want me to take you
take you, take you out

I’m Mother of the night
Mother of the night
You wanna let go
It’s all right, It’s all right

You’re so sick
Of being good
Of taking baths
And sleeping well
You can’t take
Another day
Want faded nights
That never end

Listen up
Put that leather on
Mothers back
Lets get it on

Mother of the night
Bring back the sinful and shameful in me
Cause I’ve been so waiting patiently
I’m on my knees if you want me to be
So we can rise, we can rise, we can rise

I’m mother of the night
Mother of the night
You want me to take you
take you, take you out

I’m Mother of the night
Mother of the night
You wanna let go
It’s all right, It’s all right

Oh Mother Midnight
I wanna live, wanna dance, take me out
Show me the moonlight
So we can rise, we can rise, we can rise

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All three infected – we are worried

Recently, the Omikron variant of the coronavirus has led to an explosive increase in the number of cases of infection. It is also noticeable in the celebrity world – almost every week a number of newly infected celebrities appear.

Now it is the band KEiiNO that is experiencing problems related to the corona. On Instagram, it appears that all three – Tom Hugo (42), Fred Buljo (34) and Alexandra Rotan (25) are infected.

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New style for Alexandra

“New year – new me!”, Rotan declares on his Instagram story.

– I took a chance and dyed my hair dark. Would go into the new year with a new look, says the artist to VG.

– I like it very much! Still a little unfamiliar with looking at myself in the mirror, but I like it. I have always loved dyeing my hair and trying new things. Gets bored quickly, she elaborates.

– I hereby change the expression to «brunettes have more fun»!

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Battle of the Stars finalist Alexandra Rotan: Does not receive KEiiNO salary abroad

Battle of the Stars finalist Alexandra Rotan: Does not receive KEiiNO salary abroad

The recent silver winner reveals that the band project is running a deficit internationally. Next autumn, she will start a solo career.

This weekend, Alexandra Rotan congratulated her “Battle of the Stars” rival Bjørn Tomren on the victory – apparently just as jubilantly happy, after ten weeks of exposure in prime time on NRK.

Exposure is also a key word for the band she is known as a third of, the Melodi Grand Prix institution KEiiNO.

In a recent application to the Norwegian Cultural Council for the Statens kunstnerstipend, Rotan says that the band does not make money outside the home country’s borders.

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Tom and Alexandra in Beat for Beat – get free tickets

Good evening, VolKEiiNOs,

I hope you are all well and somewhat recovered after last night’s magical performance?
I was contacted by NRK to please tell you that ALL KEiiNO fans can get FREE tickets to be in the audience for the recording of Beat for Beat on November 3rd, where Tom and Alexandra are participants.

All you have to do is to contact her on e-mail: nrk@publikum.no – send a mail with the line: beat for beat 03/11, and tell how many tickets you would like.
Please only serious requests – if you actually intend to be there, so they avoid emtpy seats.

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