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Morena is Malta's represetitive for the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest with the song - "VODKA".
We are attaching a brief biography and some recent photos of Morena with this email, for your records (photo credits © Brian Grech).
Shortly, an official website will be launched providing more information.
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V O D K A - Let the party begin!
Malta’s Representative for Eurovision 2008 with the song ‘‘VODKA’’
She is 23…
She has been described as the “Mediterranean Volcano”….
She has got one of the most particular voices in Malta, and she sings anything from rock to progressive pop….
“SPY 1 to SPY 4…… I’ve deciphered the code”… It’s MORENA.
This dynamic singer hails from Gozo, and has swept through the local music scene like a tornado, winning some of the most prestigious festivals, which include Festival Kanzunetta Maltija and being awarded Palma Tad- Deheb (Golden Palm Award) for her achievements. Relatively new to the music scene, she has always been highly interested in singing ever since she was a little girl and danced in front of the mirror with a broomstick. Coached by her elder sister Georgina, who is a soprano, she slowly but surely began to develop her vocal talent. Once she was 18 she became the lead singer of the band Spectrum, and is still their front liner till this very day.
In 2006, she was offered to sing in a duet with Paul Giordimiana. The song was called “Time”, and this was Morena’s first taste of the Malta song for Europe festival. She placed 9th, but soon realised she was not about to give up on winning the golden ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest. “Hurricane Morena” would be back!
Meanwhile she took part in several TV shows, and continued her collaboration with well known composer/producer Philip Vella, with whom she had worked in the past.
In the last year, she also met Gerard James Borg who immediately was very impressed by Morena, and the successful songwriting duo decided to invest their time and energy in the “Mediterranean Volcano”. VODKA, was the result of one of their works, and soon enough Morena was recording in the studios.
A few months later she was on the Malta song for Europe podium, belting out the catchy song which she prefers to describe as “progressive pop”. She won the festival, wining the media’s and people’s hearts on the way, and now she is ready to “VODKA” her way to the Eurovision Song Contest!
“SPY 1 to SPY 4…. You just have to connect”.