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Bjelle ir Peru
Bjelle ir Peru
Bjelle ir Peru is a Lithuanian band consisting of Bjelle (original name: Raminta Naujanytė, vocals, guitar and piano), Rūta Balčiūtė (cello) and Evaldas Petkus (cello). Peru comes from the first two letters of the Evaldas's last name and the first two letters of Balčiūtė's first name. All members are students form Ukmerge and Vilnius. The group participated in "Lithuania Talent" in 2010, winning the second place.
The most popular songs of the band, both composed and written by the lead singer. are "Brolužis" (Brother)" a patriotic song about a brother fighting in the Lithuanian army abroad and "Aš Būsiu čia" (I will be here).
Bjelle ir Peru - Aš Būsiu čia
69 Danguje is a popular Lithuanian girls band consisting of Karina Krysko, born in 1981 in Vilnius, Nijolė Pareigytė, born in 1984 in Klaipeda, Ingrida Martinkėnaitė and Goda Sabutytė (awarded the title "Most sensual mother of Lithuania in 2012). They released three albums, 9 Danguj in 2006, 69 Danguje in 2007 and Veidrodėlis in 2008.
Populair songs of the group are Vasara (Summer) and Devintam danguj (Nine Clouds) (both in 2005), Ašaros, Super mergaitės (Super Girls) and Gyvenu (Life) (all in 2006).
The group lately performs in a changing three girls setting due to pregnancies and individual projects. Nijolė Pareigytė is also presenting the Lithuanian dating program "Farmers searching for a wife".
69 Danguje means "69 is heaven" in Lithuanian, Wonder what that means.
69 Danguje - Super Mergaites
69 Denguje - Gyvenu
Skamp is a Lituanian band consisting of Erica Jennings (lyrics, vocals), of Irish nationality, Victor "Vee" Diawara (producer, lyrics, vocals, guitar), born in Vilnius, Lithuania and Vilius Alesius (lyrics, vocals), also from Lithuania. The band represented Lithuania in the European Song Contest in 2010 in Copenhagen.
Marijonas Mikutavičius was born on April 19th in the Lithuanian town of Lazdijai. Lving in Vilnius, he is the best known singer, musician, songwriter, television journalist, comedian and talk show host in the country.
Mikutavičius recorded two albums, Baigėme Mokyklą (School is finished, 2008) and Pasveikinkit vieni kitus (Greet Each Other, 2004).
Most known are two songs he reorded to support the national basketball team of Lithuania, "Trys Milijonai" (Three Million, composed for the Olympic Games in Sydney) and "Nebetyli Sirgaliai" (Celebrate Basketball, composed for the European Championship Basketball 2011 in Lithuania.
Another very popular song is "Aš labai myliu savo mamą" (I love you so much mother), recorded with the childrens singing group "Džimba".