Wig Wam singer releases solo album

by Stella Floras 211 views

Åge Sten Nilsens, known to the Eurovision world as Glam, the lead singer of Norway's 2005 Eurovision Song Contest entrants, WigWam, has released his new solo album. Wolf & Butterfly hit Norwegian record stores last week and has already been warmly welcomed by Åge's fans. Wig Wam fans need not worry, the band have no intention of breaking up!

His new album is not exactly Glam Rock but as Åge himself says: "For me it's really important to get my music off my chest and heart for my own sake." He has also accepted the offer to star in the musical Which Witch, playing the Executer. The musical will premiere on August 12, 2007 and there will be a total of nine shows. Earlier this year, he played a guest role in an all-star cast performance of Chess the Musical at the Olso Spektrum.

Åge will, of course, continue working as a part of Wigwam and he has made certain that the band's summer tour schedule will not be interrupted by the premiere and shows of Which Witch.

Åge will alsobe performing on December, 22 at the SMART CLUB in Råde.

01: Don't Feed The Broken Hearted
02: What Elvis Couldn't Buy
03: My True Colors
04: Bright Lights On
05: Television Star
06: Rebecca
07: Wolf & Butterfly
08: Suburban Sky
09: Will You Be There
10: Moons Ray
11: What Elvis Couldn't Buy (Alternative version)

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Stella Floras

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