TEL AVIV / OSLO (VG) NRK spends over three million kroner (NOK) on the Eurovision Song Contest, but very little on the participants who represent Norway in the competition.Continue reading
June is the month when cities all over the world arrange pride, and the focus is on the fight for equal rights, regardless of orientation and gender expression. In all months of the year, minorities fight against those who use their majority power, and history shows that it pays to take up the fight.Continue reading
Until Alexandra Rotan became Norway’s Eurovision hope together with the group KEiiNO, she studied nursing at Oslomet. Today, Thursday, they participate in the second semifinal of the Eurovision Song Contest, in Norway often referred to as the Melodi Grand Prix (MGP).Continue reading
KEiiNO has since its comeback in this year’s Melodi Grand Prix been one of Norway’s most talked about bands and is high up on radio lists and top lists on Spotify. Few artists gather as diverse an audience as KEiiNO, and although children and young people are in the centre of the spring tour, the engaging live show is suitable for all age groups. The trio brings with them a band of top musicians, their uplifting pop songs and a bunch of big world hits that they “KEiiNOficate”. Alljoik and allsang guarantee!Continue reading
During her 24 years, Keiino’s Alexandra Rotan has experienced much that others can only dream of. But it hasn’t been free of charge. Now she is one of the participants in “Battle of the Stars”.Continue reading
For us who are used to 200 travel days a year, the last 15 months have been like waiting to be called from customer service when it’s your turn in the phone queue.Continue reading
As a lot of KEIiNO fans probably know by now, KEiiNO is currently touring Norway. 17 cities have the honour of being visited by KEIiNO and treated to a concert. The concerts this summer are all early in the evening and without age limit, also referred to as family concerts.Continue reading
When you’re ready
I want you to see
A storm is coming
So hold on to me
Everyone can join.
– Children and young people have had their lives affected to a very large extent in the last year, which is why we have chosen to have the concerts on this tour open to all ages so that everyone can join the party. We are really looking forward to being able to play concerts, even though there are limitations with the audience in mind, says Fred Buljo.
For the tenth year in a row, the NRK program “Battle of the stars” is rolling on the TV screen this autumn. Participants must strive to perform music in various genres, create entertaining stage shows and not least receive juicy judge comments.Continue reading
Alexandra Rotan from Keiino is this week’s mentor for the “Battle of the Stars” contestants. The task has made her more confident in herself, she says.Continue reading