Together with Alexandra Rotan and Tom Hugo Hermansen, Øvergård Buljo swept away all the competitors during the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix with the song “Spirit in the sky”. And from the stage in Tel Aviv they won the hearts of the public, even though a stingy jury snatched victory away from the trio.Continue reading
On Monday morning it was announced that KEiiNO is one of the six acts who are already selected to battle to become the next Norwegian Eurovision entry. The band is automatically qualified for the final and will perform the song “Monument”.Continue reading
The reigning favourites of the audience from the Eurovision Song Contest, visited Alta this weekend, to spread the Christmas spirit and singing on City Scene. Only 50 people were allowed at each of the two concerts, one of which was part of the tour “Christmas Spirit In The Sky”.Continue reading
KEiiNO is on their second stop on their intimate Christmas tour, and after that they are rigging up for a party concert.
The tour has the well suiting and witty name, “Christmas Spirit In The Sky” and started out in Tønsberg Wednesday. Today it is the City Scene in Alta.
— Alta constantly delivers and it is always great to come back North. It has been a very strange year so I have hardly been to the north. It is always great to come home, Fred Buljo says to Radio Alta.Continue reading
“Spirit In The Sky” was released on January 25th, 2019 making it two years old today. Happy anniversary to KEiiNO and to “Spirit In The Sky”.Continue reading
Soon it’s Fred’s birthday, and the official fangroup, KEiiNO Fans Official, has made a virtual greeting card, which we would LOVE if ALL KEiiNO fans and supporters would sign. There is room for you to write a short greeting and then your name.
Closing date is February 4th, 2021 at 23.55 UK time.
Please use the link below to sign Fred’s birthday card, and don’t forget to sign your name:Continue reading
KEiiNO’s new Melodi Grand Prix contribution “Monument” seems to strike a chord with the audience – and the band breathes a sigh of relief.Continue reading
KEiiNO – Monument Review
By Benjamin Willcock
I was first introduced to KEiiNO the same way most of us were, during the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Their entry, Spirit in the Sky, was a bold, thunderous pop masterpiece that effortlessly blended classic pop tropes with spiritual lyricism. It was definitely one of the standouts that year, if not the most distinctive and memorable overall. It’s no wonder then that it won the public tele-vote with an astounding number of votes.Continue reading
One can almost feel the need for revenge in the studio now, because our three next guests…, almost won the ESC in 2019, after receiving the most public votes.
But they ended up in 6th place, so here are three people who can hardly wait for the MGP (ESC) to start again. We shall not talk a lot about what happened in 2019, but we have to go there as well of course. Welcome, Tom Hugo, Alexandra and Fred, you look so happy! How long have you waited for this week?