Martina Majerle, the most popular Eurovision backing vocal, has officially released her newest entry and single, entitled “Alive”. The song is a ballad, which Martina firstly performed at the final of this year’s Slovenian national selection EMA 2015. Music and lyrics were written by the famous Eurovision song composer Andrej Babic, and the arrangement was done by Branko Berkovic.
Martina Majerle was the Slovenian representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia, where she sang “Love Symphony” with her string quartet Quatrissimo.
As a backing vocal, Martina performed six times at Eurovision. Firstly, for the Croatian entrant Claudia Beni, back in 2003. Then again for the Slovenian representative Alenka Gotar in 2007. In 2008, she was the backing vocal for the Montenegrin representative Stefan Filipovic. In 2011 and 2012, she sang on stage with the Slovene entrants Maja Keuc and Eva Boto, respectively. And, the last time, she was vocally backing up the Montenegrin representative Sergej Cetkovic in Copenhagen in 2014.
Thus, Martina Majerle is an artist who has performed in the Eurovision Song Contest the most times in recent years.
Martina recently became a member of the Croatian radio-television orchestra. She’s also involved in all bigger projects regarding the Croatian national broadcaster, HRT.
Here is also the official audio version of Martina’s song “Alive”: