It was released in 2000 and obtained great success in her adopted country, so much so it was followed by a second album in 2001 and a third, comprising popular Christmas carols, in 2003. After a planned break to allow her voice to mature, her comeback album as an adult entitled Butterflies and Elvis was released in Iceland in early 2008 (a re-release across Europe is planned). It is a collaboration between Yohanna, British songwriter Lee Horrocks and sound engineer Thomas Yezzi. In 2009, Yohanna was approached by songwriter Óskar Páll Sveinsson to perform his entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. The Icelandic public voted Is It True? through to the first semi-final in Moscow on 12th May 2009, in which she qualified for the final by finishing in first place (174 points). In the final, held on 16th May, Yohanna finished as runner-up (218 points) behind Norway (387 points), whose song was pre-contest favourite and winner of the second semi-final. Since 2008's Butterflies and Elvis, Yohanna has released all tracks and performed under the name “Yohanna” as it is reported that “Jóhanna” was likely to be mispronounced in countries outside her homeland, an issue as her commercial appeal widens. 2.
Yohanna is a Toronto based singer/songwriter. Her songs have been recorded by Harlow, Long John Baldry & Boiling Point, among others. Her latest album, Strange Life, is set to be released in July of 2009. 3. Yohanna Febrianti is an Indonesian pop singer.
She rose her fame as the finalist of the first season of The X Factor Indonesia on 2013. Sample music and contact info can be found on her official website http://musicbyyo.com. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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