Ellen Xylander 

Ellen Xylander entered the music scene with a top 5 placement at Norway's official hit chart, -VG-lista 2011-, and  Itunes-top chart-listings as well as radio listings in Norway, USA, Sweden and Greece. In 2012 she placed top 10 on Itunes top chart with "Try to Catch me", a song written for the Norwegian recording artist, author and Dancing with the stars-winner, Lene Alexandra. In 2014 recording artist Michelle Aavitsland will release her second album, written by Ellen Xylander.

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Born in Oslo, Norway, partly Swedish, grew up in Lier, Buskerud. Has later been living years in Scotland, Australia, Sweden, Denmark.  Returned to Oslo in 2006; since 2009 been working with her debut album in USA, Germany, Sweden and Norway. Ellen Xylander is graduated within music, journalism, graphic design, communication and fitness. She graduated as a journalist in 2001 from Journalisthøgskolen, Oslo, and was the first student to have her dissertation published and released as a book. With this she took part in different radio and TV-shows with her work. Among others Holmgang, TV2, and NRK news. Her publication is titled: "Virkelighets-TV, underholdning i Grenseland" and is a science report and the only Norwegian post-study of participants of reality-TV. From 2009 Ellen Xylander has been working within the music business, running the label Emmody Records, and as a singer and songwriter. She is elected lay judge in Borgarting court of appeal, Oslo, and have helped many loose weight being a diet coach. She also works as a model. In 2012/2013 she was the fitting model of the Clothes chains Bik Bok and Cubus, and got to be a part of designing a pair of leather pants for Bik Bok, the "Ellen"-pants. Ellen Xylander is sponsored by one of Norway's leading industry companies TESS AS.