NIGHTWISH Singer Interviewed On Swedish National Radio

NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon was interviewed on the Swedish national radio (Sveriges Radio) P3 prior to her performance with Swedish hard rockers MUSTASCH at last night's (January 19) "P3 Guld" (Swedish radio's annual music awards) live awards ceremony broadcast from the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg, Sweden. The chat is now available for streaming below (with English-language subtitles).

Olzon and MUSTASCH performed a medley of five songs which were nominated in the "Song Of The Year" category during the "P3 Guld" broadcast. Video of the performance can be viewed below.

Anette Olzon recently spent time in Stockholm, Sweden creating songs for her upcoming solo album with Swedish producers Stefan Örn and Johan Glössner.

Olzon's forthcoming solo album will be co-produced by Swedish producer/songwriter Anders Bagge, who has previously worked with MADONNA, CELINE DION, JANET JACKSON and JESSICA SIMPSON, among others. He is also one of judges on the Swedish TV talent competition "Idol" and a producer of the TV series "Made in Sweden".

Olzon performed on August 13, 2009 with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra at a special concert in Stockholm, Sweden as part of the Stockholms Kulturfestival (Stockholm's Culture Festival).

Anette Olzon interviewed on Sveriges Radio's P3:

Anette Olzon performing with MUSTASCH at "P3 Guld":

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