|Birth name||Aistė Smilgevičiūtė|
|Also known as||Aistė|
|Born||October 29, 1977|
|Genres||folk, jazz, poprock|
|Occupations||vocalist, lyricist, songwriter|
Aistė Smilgevičiūtė (born October 29, 1977 in Plungė) is a Lithuanian singer. She performs folk music, jazz, pop rock and other kinds of alternative music. Since 1996, Aistė has been a member of the music band "Skylė". She also graduated in Classical Philology from Vilnius University.
Aistė participated as a Lithuanian contestant in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, held in Israel, singing a modern folk song, "Strazdas" ("Song Thrush"), in the Samogitian dialect. This song made 20th place in the competition, with 13 points.
- Aistė po vandeniu (Aistė Under Water, 1996)
- Sakmė apie laumę Martyną (Tale About Pixie Martyna, 1996)
- Strazdas (Thrush, 1999, single)
- Tavo žvaigždė (Your Star, 2000, single)
- Babilonas (Babylon, 2000)
- Užupio himnas (Hymn of Užupis, 2001)
- Nepamirštoms žvaigždėms (To Unforgotten Stars, 2003)
- Povandeninės kronikos (Underwater Chronicles, 2007)
- Sapnų trofėjai (Trophies of Dreams, 2009)
- Broliai (Brothers, 2010)
|Awards and achievements|
with "Lopšinė mylimai"
|Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "You Got Style"
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