Winners from the 2000 Eurovision Melody Competition, Danish pop/rockers the Olsen Brothers have been executing together since 1965, when brothers Jørgen Olsen (given birth to March 15, 1950) and Niels Olsen (given birth to Apr 13, 1954) fronted the defeat band the youngsters. Best appreciated in Denmark for starting for the going to Kinks in 1965, the youngsters released a small number of 45s from 1967, but acquired split by the finish of the 10 years. Opting to stay together being a duo, the brothers made an appearance within the Danish creation from the musical Locks in 1971 and released their debut record, Olsen, the next calendar year. Further long-players included For What WE HAVE BEEN (1973), For the kids of the Globe (1973), Back over the Monitors (1976), You’re the main one (1977), SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA (1978), and Dans — Dans — Dans (1979); their biggest strikes consist of “Angelina” (1972) and “Julie” (1977). Falling relatively silent through the entire 1980s, the brothers resurfaced in 1982 using the strike “Marie, Marie,” and once again in 1985 with “Neon Madonna.” Their following album, however, didn’t show up until 1987 brought the discharge of Rockstalgi, and fresh releases continuing sporadically through the entire remainder from the hundred years — Det Stille Sea in 1990 and Angelina in 1999 had been punctuated just by 1994’s semi-compilation Most significant and Most recent. The Olsen Brothers’ return started in 2000, if they amazingly gained Denmark’s Eurovision qualifying competition. Their melody “Fly over the Wings of Like” after that became perhaps one of the most emphatic winners in Eurovision background, and the largest strike from the brothers’ very own long profession — at one stage, the one (whose Danish name was “Smuk Som et Stjerneskud”) was offering 100,000 copies per day in Denmark by itself. The brothers came back to a far more or much less annual LP discharge schedule — Take a flight over the Wings of Like was accompanied by Walk BACK in 2001 (they performed the name track on the starting ceremony compared to that year’s Eurovision Melody Contest last), Music in 2002, Even more Music in 2003, and Our New Music in 2005. In addition they produced another try for Eurovision glory in 2005, getting into the Danish qualifiers using the song “Small Yellowish Radio.” They completed second behind Jakob Sveistrup.