Low Profile Lene Still Earning Millions In 2011 Print E-mail
Friday, 20 July 2012 14:54
Contemporary articles about Lene Marlin is hard to come by these days, but now in July newspaper VG has taken a look at her income and profit for the fiscal year 2011.



Weaker Figures From Lene Marlinlene_conradi_slottspl2011_vg070712a
(Published by VG, July 7, 2012)




The income is well cut in half since 2007, but MellowMoment, Lene Marlin's company, is still earning millions.

Even though she is keeping a low profile and there is a long time since she had her big breakthrough, Marlin still has for her salt in the food.

Most Norwegian artists would have cheered with 2.2 million NOK in revenue. After salaries, every expenses, and the taxes, she is left with the annual profit of 840.000 NOK the profit accounts for 2011 show, which she has delivered to Brønnøysund.
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Lene Marlin On National TV Throughout Spring Of 2013 Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 June 2012 16:14
Last TV2 season it was Bertine Zetlitz, Halvdan Sivertsen, and Jan Eggum. The next season it will be Kurt Nilsen, Morten Abel, and - believe it or not - Lene Marlin.


Lene Marlin in TV2's Success Commitmentlene_2007_nordlys_tv2hvergangmotes_100612a
(Published by Nordlys, June 8, 2012)




The speculations have already been many following the news about TV2 creating another season of their success show "Each time we meet".

Now the artist list has been published, and this time Tromsø is also represented when Lene Marlin is among the popular artists we'll be getting to know better.

In addition to Lene Marlin the confirmed artists are Morten Abel, Kurt Nilsen, Ole Paus, Marion Ravn, Anita Skorgan and Magnus Grønneberg.
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'Yesterday's Gone': Comments And Lyrics Print E-mail
Sunday, 22 April 2012 16:11
Frida and Lene's 'Yesterday's Gone' Availablelene_trieste_2009_10a
(Notice by Tef Johs, April 22, 2012)



This week has seen three new Lene songs surfacing. We bring comments and lyrics for "Yesterday's Gone" here.

The latter week has been fantastic for every Lene Marlin fan. Seemingly out of nowhere, a whole of three new Lene songs have become available. As most of you know, these songs are "What Have I Done", "S'pose" and "Yesterday's Gone" - the latter one released on Frida Amundsen's album "September Blue".
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Brilliant New Lene Song Surfaced: 'What Have I Done' Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 April 2012 22:12
New Lene Song With Lene As Lead Voice Availablelene_trieste_2009_09a
(Notice by Tef Johs, April 18, 2012)




Lene's "What Have I Done" recorded in the summer of 2011 has surfaced. Read the full lyrics of this great new song here.

In a very surprising find, Pega over at lene.it has today found an absolutely brilliant gem: A totally new and previously unknown Lene song, "What Have I Done", and what's more: Lene is the one singing the lead voice on the song as well. You may listen to this wonderful new Lene song on the soundcloud website of Ole Henrik Antonsen, one of the co-writers of the song.

In a previous article by VG, published September 5th, 2011, we could read about how Lene had been in the USA working with among others Gary Louris from The Jayhawks, one of the other co-writers of the song. In a few words to describe the song, there's no doubt this is a true Lene song: Both the melody and the lyrics - as you can read below - has the classic seal of Lene Marlin.
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September Blue in April: New Lene Song This Friday Print E-mail
Monday, 16 April 2012 12:18

New Lene Song On Frida's Album This Fridayfrida_amundsen_sept_blue_cover

(Notice by Tef Johs, April 16, 2012)

 



In the absence of other new Lene Marlin material, this upcoming Friday brings a welcome relief.


This upcoming Friday, April 20th, Frida Amundsen's debut album "September Blue" (EMI Music Norway - see album cover right) is being released seemingly in two different versions.

The standard version contains 11 tracks, with Lene's contribution "Yesterday's Gone" as track 11, while other digital outlets bring a 12 track version to the table - among these iTunes Store.

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Historic Lene: Complete New Period Added Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 March 2012 17:32
Historic Lene Upgraded With Period 9 Articleslene_2009_emi_2b
(Notice by Tef Johs, March 10, 2012)




In a major update to the site's Historic Lene section, we have completed Era 4 about the launch and fate of "Twist The Truth".

The Historic Lene Era 4 section contains Period 8 and Period 9, where the latter period is now just added. The new Period 9 contains articles from the official Norwegian and Swedish press from the period of January 2009 to January 2010.

In this way, these 18 just added articles tell the story about the fate of Lene's fourth album, "Twist The Truth" (released March 30, 2009), and yet another part of Lene's history as a recording artist have safely been stored away in the site's historic section.

Enjoy!
 
Lene Refining Her Writing Skills In London Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 March 2012 18:55
Lene Happy After Recent London Visitlenemarlin_aktivioslo_2007a
(Notice by Tef Johs, March 1, 2012)



Lene seems to be very content and happy after a 10-day visit to London.

Following her recent period of sickness in January, Lene has really gotten up to speed, it would seem. Today's update on her facebook wall tells the story about a happy Lene coming home after a 10-day visit to London, where she has been working with an international group of people.

However, Lene does not say what all this work is about or whether some new recordings will eventually come out of it, and for whom. We will have to wait and see, but it's in any case great seeing Lene this content and happy.
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