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Stella Floras


29/Nov 2006 at 23:52

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Two concerts in Stockholm

A Christmas Carol(a)

With the holidays around the corner, former Eurovision Song Contest winner, and Sweden's representative again this year, Carola, will be bringing her fans closer to the Christmas spirit with two concerts to mark the season.

The concerts will be held at the Santa Clara Church (S’ta Klara Kyrka) in Stockholm, on December 17th at 16.00 and 19.00pm.

Accompanied by a piano alone, the three-time Eurovision Song Contest participant and winner will perform some of the world's favourite Christmas carols. The inspiring church atmosphere, the solitary piano and Carola’s singing will bring the audience together into the  true Christmas spirit. Carola aims to share with her audience the enormous joy that Christmas brings to people around the world.

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People still looking for a Carola Christmas but cannot get to the Santa Klara Church may be interested in the following CD sets:

Carola's latest album, Från Nu Till Evighet is available through CDON as a package with the 18 Bästa album, her greatest hits CD. Between the two CDs, all three of Carola's Eurovision Song Contest entries, Främling, Invincible and her 1991 winner, Fångad Av En Stormvind  as well as the Swedish version of Invincible, Evighet and 1990 Melodifestivalen entry, Mitt I Ett Äventyr.

Also available is the special release box set, Guld Platina & Passion - Det Mesta  (Gold, Platinum and Passion - the most). This features 71 Carola songs, in both Swedish and English and includes a rare CD quality version of the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest entry's English version, Captured by a lovestorm. Also featured is Carola's smash hit song, Sanna Vänner along with Främling, Carola's 2nd placed Melodifestivalen 1990 song, Mitt I Ett Äventyr 1991 wnning song, Fångad Av En Stormvind .

Also released this week was Carola's special Live Star - Karaoke CD and DVD. Click here to read's review.

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