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post May 24 2007, 03:44 PM
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Today at 5:00 pm Finnish time the Identity of the new singer will be revealed on nightwish's website due to a leak of the new single, the single is also being released as well!!!!


BY THE WAY....THE NEW SINGER IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!





















IVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR SO DAMN LONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(sorry for horrible spelling in places, im so damn hyper right now)

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post May 24 2007, 05:26 PM
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Here is The New Singer People, Anette Olzon



Name:
Anette Olzon

Birthday:
21 June 1971

Place of residence:
Sweden

Hobbies:
Exercising, clothes, reading books and taking long walks in the wild.

Vices:

None ;=)

Musical background:
I was raised in a musical family and I've been singing since childhood. My mom also forced me to play the oboe for 8 years! I toured constantly with my mom and her band in my childhood, sometimes I even sang on stage with them.

After I turned 13, I started competing in several talent shows. I joined my first real band when I was 17, it was a cover band and all the other musicians were older than me. After playing cover songs, I joined a band called Alyson Avenue, first just as a studio singer, later as their leading lady. We've released 2 albums since 2000.

At the age of 21, I played the leading role in a rock opera/musical called "Gränsland" in Helsingborg. After that I got in to the Balettakademien in Gothenburg. In addition to the already mentioned, I've been in several other bands over the years, I've sung in choirs, done studio work for various projects and I've even occasionally been a wedding singer. Recently I sang a duet with Michael Bormann (ex-Jaded Heart-singer) on his album "Conspiracy". During my singing career I've sung nearly every kind of music that there is!

In my earlier days I took singing lessons at the Copenhagen Music Conservatorie, in Helsingör, Denmark with a private teacher. Nowadays, when its needed, I take lessons from a private teacher at the Malmö Music University.

Equipment:
Whatever microphone and in-ear system the NW-crew fix for me.

Idols in music:
I don't have any real "idols" nowadays, but I do look up to all musicians that are humble and do not think too much of themselves.

Idols in life:
People that are themselves, despite what other people think.

Life philosophy:
Live your life fully - love, laugh and cry with all your heart, life doesn't last forever...

Place you would like to go:

Oh, there are so many!! Lapland, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Egypt....

What makes you laugh:
Oh, many things... it's easy to make me laugh... but mainly funny tv-series like Jackass and Friends and of course Emppu and Ewo..

First record you bought:
Well the first one was, of course since I am Swedish, an ABBA album...

All time top 5 albums:
Can't name just 5...

Killing time on tour:
We'll see... But it'll most likely be reading, watching movies and playing games.

Preparation for a show:

I do my vocal warm-up and drink some green tea with honey. I always need to spend the last 10 minutes before a show on my own to focus properly, to prepare myself mentally and to relax.

Strangest experience on tour:
I do not have the kind of tour memories that the guys have since I've only done concerts in Scandinavia, but I still remember the old days with my first cover band Take Cover, when we played at a motorcycle party somewhere in the south of Sweden. They had strippers, and the crowd was screaming "Show us your boobs" etc. to me.. After the gig, when we should've collected the payment, some MC-guys started to fight with the guys in our band and we had to drive away with a full-loaded car and its attached trailer as fast as we could.. I was scared... Brr...
They also destroyed one of our big speakers by pouring beer into it...
Grrr...

Worst nightmare on stage:

Losing my voice, not being able to sing as good as I'd want...

Favorite Nightwish song:
All the songs from the new album "Ever Dream", "Higher than Hope".

Worst nightmare in general:
Losing my voice and that something would happen to my closest family members or to my friends.

Favorite band/musician:
There are too many!

Favorite book:

I have many favourites, but I love Paolo Coelho's books, mainly "Veronica decides to die". I also loved Dan Brown's "Angels and Demons".

Favorite drink:

Sparkling mineral water with some nice added taste, vanilla vodka and cider.

Favorite food:
Many - Chinese, sushi, Thai, Mexican...

Favorite animal:

Cats and horses.

Favorite movie:

"Titanic", "Gladiator", "Braveheart" and many more...

Favorite TV show:
I don't watch that much TV, but I love "Desperate Housewives" and "Friends"!

Dumbest question you have ever been asked:

None, there are no dumb questions.. 'cause if the person asking the question feels that she/he wants to know it, it's not a dumb question for them.

I think im the only one who cares smile.gif

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post May 25 2007, 03:39 PM
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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ May 24 2007, 04:26 PM) *
Here is The New Singer People, Anette Olzon

I think im the only one who cares smile.gif


Not quite. Actually, I missed the announcement yesterday but I was meaning to check this morning when I saw this.

I have an odd fascination with Nightwish. That configuration of an operatic singer in front of a metal band...it's similar to an idea I've had in my head for a long time now.


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post May 25 2007, 04:55 PM
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Good to see another fan!!

Ive listened to the 00:38 second sample 50 times and that alone has got me hooked on Anettes Voice, she got great range and im looking forward to the single comin out on wednesday, and the album in septemeber, and of course, the show on November 15th!!!
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post May 26 2007, 02:25 AM
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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ May 25 2007, 03:55 PM) *
Good to see another fan!!

Ive listened to the 00:38 second sample 50 times and that alone has got me hooked on Anettes Voice, she got great range and im looking forward to the single comin out on wednesday, and the album in septemeber, and of course, the show on November 15th!!!


I need to get on that. I only actually have the Once album...had to get it when I heard Wish I Had an Angel. Fantastic stuff, but I don't like the dual lead vocalist thing. I think it'd be better if they just stuck with Tarja, er, Anette. But what do I know...I'm sitting on my couch watching TV while they're f'ing rock stars.

This "mis-heard lyrics" video for Wishmaster cracks me up. "Hampster, a dentist, hard porn, steven seagull"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg5_mlQOsUQ


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post May 26 2007, 04:31 PM
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Yeah ive seen it, the only problem is that i know most of the lyrics already, so when i hear it, it doesnt really work out for me...
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post May 28 2007, 05:07 PM
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You can now buy the single at Nuclearblast, its worth the like, 0.99 i paid, its a great song, sure, its different, and it will seem weird to long term nightwish fans like myself, but nevertheless, its awesome, and the music is pure nightwish, and the solo i must say is very kick ass, very catchy! biggrin.gif

Go Buy It!

http://www.nuclearblast-musicshop.de/album...amp;language=en
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