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Also known as
  
Rolf Junior

Genres
  
Pop, Musical

Role
  
Singer

Origin
  
Estonia

Name
  
Rolf Roosalu

Albums
  
Ingel, Oojanune


Born
  
18 January 1982 (age 42) (
1982-01-18
)

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Rolf Roosalu, also known as Rolf Junior (born 18 January 1982 in Tartu), is an Estonian singer who has participated in a number of musicals. He has also, yet unsuccessfully, competed to represent Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest six times (2008–13). In 2010, when the contest was held in Oslo, he announced the Estonian televoting results to the other countries. In 2013, he did the same when the contest was held in Malmo.

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2006

  • Fame
  • Amberstar
  • Tuhkatriinu
  • Cats, Andrew Lloyd Webber musical
  • West Side Story
  • 2004

  • Starlight Cabaret,
  • Vampiiride Tants
  • Oolaps
  • 2003

  • Kaks takti ette
  • The Caribbean Moods
  • Miss Saigon
  • The Greatest Love Stories,
  • Summertime
  • Estvocal
  • Euro Hit
  • 2002

  • Raimond Valgre Festival
  • Fizz Superstar (TV talent show)
  • Laulatus
  • 1998

  • Pokumang
  • 1995

  • Don Quijote
  • Kaval-Ants ja Vanapagan
  • 1993

  • Oliver!

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    Songs

    Fre:dom
    Maagiline paev
    Ingel
    One On One
    Purunenud killud
    Liiga noor
    Striptiis
    Nuud ma tean
    Moodujad
    See
    Pogenemine
    Tuulepealne maa
    Oojanune
    Murtud
    Unustan sind
    Miks ootan veel
    Teine mees
    Kulmkorbend
    Piinlik
    Valeria
    Usna veider
    Liblikas
    Voka-liisi
    Reedest puhapaevani
    My Immortal
    Intro

    References

    Rolf Roosalu Wikipedia


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