We cheer for Alexander Rybak
This is the most popular thing you have ever done. You can participate in Melodi Grand Prix with this.
Source: Paper issue of Dagbladet’s magazine FREDAG, 20.02.2009. Text by: Anne Gunn Halvorsen. Photo: Lars Myhren Heland. Place: Vigra. Translated by Jorunn Ekre, revision by Anni Jowett.
This is what Alexander Rybak (22) was thinking when he was standing on a mountain top outside Ålesund this summer. He brought out his violin to play a bit in the summer weather, and what came out was to become a huge favourite in tomorrow’s Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix final, the song “Fairytale”. Continue reading Alexander Rybak the Great — Interview in Dagbladet 20.02.2009
She was the best young love
– Alexander Rybak
An interview with Alexander Rybak and Ingrid Berg Mehus at Barratt Due, where they Saturday 23th February played a concert together.
Source: paper issue of Dagbladet 26.2.19 and db.no 27.2.19 Text: Amanda Strand Askeland. Photos: Original article photos by Christian Roth Christensen is not use in this post. Romerikes Blad 25.2.19.
Found by Anastasia Silakova, translated by TessaLa, revised by Anni Jowett.
Singers, violinists and composers. Ingrid Berg Mehus and Alexander Rybak have a lot in common.
We meet the good friends at the music school Barratt Due, where they both have been students previously. Mehus participates for the first time in the Melodi Grand Prix on Saturday with the song “Feel” which she has written together with her husband Bjørnar Hopland and Anthony Modebe. Continue reading Interview with Alexander Rybak and Ingrid Berg Mehus 25.2.2019