Exactly 10 years after winning Eurovision in Moscow 2009, Alexander visited the Norwegian radio-show “Nitimen” on NRK1 and presented his newest song release “I’m Still Here”. A song to his fans who has followed him since his victory in 2009.
In the interview he also talk about his plans for vacation, the many anniversaries and birthdays in his family in May and the musical “Trolle”.
The interview is recorded by May Elisabeth Nipen, translated by TessaLA, Revision by Jorunn Ekre and Anni Jowett.Source: NRK1
On Valentine’s Day, February 14th 2010, the Alexander Rybak International Fansite was opened as a Valentine’s gift for Alexander and his fans. “Fans for Fans” in support of our guy was our motto back then and it still is.
5 years later we´re still going strong with our mission to collect, record, translate and share news about our favorite violinist, singer and composer, the versatile Alexander Rybak .
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Alexander Rybak visits his dancer friends and will change his image in Lithuania
Source: balsas.lt publihsed 16.01.15 Found by Sonya Luzina, translated by Erika Erikutia, revised by Anni Jowett
On Friday Alexander Rybak, the winner of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, is coming to Lithuania from faraway Qatar, where he gave an impressive performance. In the provisional capital the performer will have a concert and the Norwegian of Belarusian origin also has organised a secret visit in Vilnius, about which he refuses to tell.
Alexander Rybak shone onstage at Brygga Kultursal in Halden on Thursday night. He wanted to be a part of the 45th anniversary of Halden Municipal Culture School. When it began in 1968 the name was Halden Music School. In the background we catch a glimpse of the versatile performances in front of a very satisfied audience. Photo:Max Marius Brynildsen.The young girls gathered around Alexander Rybak
Alexander performed at the 50-years anniversary-show of Gjerdrum School-chorpse (Norway). With Gjerdrum School-chorps, beginners and trained, Bjørnar Asphol and others. Many thanks to Tessa Lande for the pictures and videos from this concert!:)
It was Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2010, when our funny little world began its journey on the internet. This site was started by the Facebookies, friends of Alexander who met each other online, with the ambition to create the top Official International Fansite of Alexander, to gather every single piece of information related to him and to help people get acquainted with his incredible music, personality and talent.
Today, our funny little word is still here, always fresh with the latest news, translations, photos, fan art and videos. It counts almost 45.000 individual visitors from 131 countries, 565 posts and 2256 comments. And the most important, it keeps connecting people from all around the world through Alexander and music.
A warm “thank you” to
all of you
who kept this project alive throughout the year with your contributions, your comments and your love!
And of course, our thanks goes to Alexander, who brought us together and changed our lives!