Waldo (musician)

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Waldo
Birth name Marko Reijonen
Born 1967
Origin Helsinki, Finland
Genres Eurodance
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocal
Years active 1995–present
Labels Blue bubble
Associated acts Waldo's People
Website Official site

Waldo (born Marko Reijonen, 1967) is a Finnish Eurodance musician. His solo hits, sang in Jamaican accent, are "It's About Time" and "Feel So Good" in 1995. The number of sales of the album "It's About Time" was certified as gold record in Finland in 1996.[1] Waldo has also written songs for different artists such as Christian Forss.

After 1998 Waldo has been a lead singer and songwriter of his band Waldo's People. They represented Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 in Moscow, Russia with Lose Control. The group won qualification to the final as the jury's selected qualifier from the first semi-final. It the final however, they finished 25th and last place, scoring 22 points.

Marko Reijonen owns two clothing shops in Sello and Myyrmanni called Waldo's Clothing.[2][3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • It's About Time (Blue Bubble 1995)
  • The Riddle (Blue Bubble 1996)

Singles[edit]

  • "Forever" (1995)
  • "It's About Time" (Remixed 1995)
  • "Feel So Good" (Blue Bubble 1995)
  • "Be bop a lula" (Blue Bubble 1995)
  • "Move Your Body" (Blue Bubble 1996)
  • "Give Me Your Love" (Blue Bubble 1995)
  • "Gimme Gimme" (Blue Bubble 1996)
  • "The Look" (Native Dance)
  • "Cool Lover" (Blue Bubble 1997)
  • "Ooh-la-la" (Blue Bubble 1997)
  • "Face The Fact" (Warner 2003)
  • "Yellow Sky" (Warner 2003)

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