Zoltán Ádok

Zoli Ádok
File:Zoli Ádok - Dance with Me.jpg
Background information
Birth name Zoltán Ádok
Born (1976-03-22) 22 March 1976 (age 38)
Origin Szeged, Hungary
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer, actor, dancer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000-since
Website adokzoli.hu

Zoli Ádok (born Szeged, Hungary, 22 March 1976) is a Hungarian pop singer, actor and dancer who represented his nation at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Dance With Me".[1]

Biography

Early life

Zoli Ádok was born on 22 March 1976 in Szeged, Hungary. He is a the second child in his family. He has one sister.

Career

Zoli's career began from 2000 when after finishing his dance studies in Pécs, he started his career with Le Dance Contemporary Dance Music Company and moved on to travel around the world as a dancer and musical actor.

In 2008 Zoli released his debut album, which is called "Tánclépés".[2]

In 2009 Zoli represented his nation at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Dance With Me". Zoli's song was the internal selection jury's third choice, but after the original winning song was disqualified and the first runner-up withdrawn, Zoli's song was chosen for Moscow. He competed in the second semi-final but failed to reach the final.

Zoli released his second album in 2011, entitled "Három álom".[3]

Discography

Albums

Year Album
2008 Tánclépés
2011 Három álom

Singles

Year Single
2009 "Dance With Me"
2010 "Why Don't You"
2011 "Harom Alom"
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Csézy
with "Candlelight"
Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest
2009
Succeeded by
Kati Wolf
with "What About My Dreams?"

References

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