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Elisabeth Andreasson & Jan Werner Danielsen

Group Members:

Elisabeth Andreassen

Jan Werner Danielsen

   
Nationality:Swedish-Norwegian
   
National Finals:

Melodi Grand Prix 1994

ESC Entries:Duett (1994)
   
Website:Facebook/Elisabeth

Biography

Elisabeth is a Swedish-Norwegian singer and musician , who is active in many musical genres such as country, schlager, and musicals. She has sung in various genres such as country, pop, rock and in musicals. She plays three instruments; guitar, piano and contrabass. She has also been a revue and musical artist. “Bettan” has a record as the woman with the most participations in the Eurovision Song Contest, tied with Lys Assia, Sue of Peter, Sue & Marc, and Valentina Monetta. She has participated four times, three times in duets (with Kikki Danielsson [“Chips] in 1982, Hanne Krogh [“Bobbysocks”] in 1985, and Jan Werner Danielsen in 1994) and in 1996  on her own.

Jan Werner Danielsen was a Norwegian pop singer, also known for his interpretations of musical, classical, and rock standards. He released his first album “All by myself” in 1995. Jan Werner Danielsen died on September 28, 2006, at the age of 30. 

Entries

Country:Norway
Year:1994
Language:Norwegian
   
Artist:Elisabeth Andreassen & Jan Werner Danielsen
Song:Duett
Lyrics:Hans Olav Mørk
Composer(s):Rolf Løvland
Conductor:Pete Knutsen
   
Backings:
Results 
Points:76
Position:6
Running order:17
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