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Paul Oscar

Paul Oscar   (Iceland)

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Added : 12/08/2007
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Stuo
Palli
Seif
Deep Inside
If I Won’t Sleep Tonight
The Lights At Home
Allt fyrir ástina
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection)
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection)
La Dolce Vita
Allt fyrir ástina
International
Sama hvar þú ert
La Dolce Vita
Megi það byrja með mér
Ást sem endist
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Latest Paul Oscar news

28/11/2011 : Paul Oscar teamed with Sigga Beinteins on the ballad Jólin Koma Með Þér (Christmas Comes With You)

08/11/2008 : Paul Oscar released his Silver Collection (Silfursafnið), a Greatest hits album to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of his first record (thanks to Abelito).

21/04/2008 : Paul Oscar co-wrote the lyrics for Eurobandid's This Is My Life, which will represent Iceland at Eurovision song contest(thanks to Anders Bøgh).

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Paul Oscar albums

Stuo Stuo 1993
Palli Palli 1995
Seif Seif 1996
Deep Inside Deep Inside 1999
If I Won’t Sleep Tonight If I Won’t Sleep Tonight 2001
The Lights At Home The Lights At Home 2003
Allt fyrir ástina Allt fyrir ástina 2007
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) 11th Nov 2008
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) 11th Nov 2008
La Dolce Vita La Dolce Vita 2011

 

Paul Oscar singles

Allt fyrir ástina Allt fyrir ástina 2007  
International International 2007  
Sama hvar þú ert Sama hvar þú ert 2008  
La Dolce Vita La Dolce Vita 2011  
Megi það byrja með mér Megi það byrja með mér 2011  
Ást sem endist Ást sem endist 2015  

 

 



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Paul Oscar biography

Paul Oscar (born Páll Óskar Hjálmtýsson in 1970) is a self tought singer and has been working as one since childhood. He’s one of the most flamboyant and respected Icelandic popstar of the last decade. First and foremost known as a singer, he is also the most popular DJ in Iceland.

Paul is the youngest ot 7 children. His siblings are Ásdís, Sigrún (aka Diddú) who is an opera singer, Lucinda Margrét, Matthías Bogi, Johanna Steinunn and Arnar Gunnar. His dad was a bank clerk and his mum a writer

Paul Oscar is an outspoken gay activist. He appears frequently on TV and radio, has enjoyed a working relationship with the latin group The Millionaires, the easy listening group Casino and competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 with the song Minn Hinsti Dans (but he did not reach higher than #20), and has won awards as best male singer.

He released his first solo album Stuð in 1993. The followed Palli in 1995 and Seif in 1996. Then he turned to English with the album Deep Inside (´99) If I won’t sleep tonight (2001) and The lights at home (2003) in collaboration with harpist Monika Abendroth. He is currently working on his next solo album, the dance project All In The Name Of Love (or Allt fyrir ástina).

Paul Oscar released his Silver Collection (Silfursafniđ), a Greatest hits album to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of his first record.

2002 : he appeared as Dr. Love in the teenage movie Gemsar (Made in Iceland)

2005 : Paul Oscar was a jury member in real-TV show Idol stjörnuleit season 3

2006 : he was a judge in Iceland version of The X Factor.

Thanks to Anders Bøgh and Abelito
Paul Oscar at Myspace

Paul Oscar biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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