Olia Tira in Oslo 2010
|Also known as||FLUX LIGHT|
1 August 1988 |
Potsdam, East Germany
|Associated acts||SunStroke Project|
Tira was born in 1988 into a Soviet military family in Potsdam, East Germany. She spent a few years there and moved to Chişinău. She first appeared in festivals and concerts when she was 14 years old.
Eurovision Song Contest
After participating in the 2006 and 2007 Moldovan national finals and finishing fourth in the 2009 Moldovan national final with Unicul Meu, she was selected to represent Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, along with SunStroke Project. They finished 22nd in the Eurovision Song Contest final. She was a finalist in O melodie pentru europa 2014, Moldova's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 with the song "Never Stop No". She competed under the stage name, FLUX LIGHT. She tied for sixth place and did not qualify to represent Moldova.
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|Awards and achievements|
with Hora Din Moldova
|Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest
(with SunStroke Project)
Zdob şi Zdub
with So Lucky
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