Andrius Pojavis

Andrius Pojavis ( born November 25, 1983 in Jurbarkas ) is a Lithuanian pop musician.


His father Petras Pojavis ( Pajaujis ) comes from Puńsk. He played harmonica in the village chapel.

After high school, studied history at the Lithuanian Andrius University of Edukologie in Vilnius and became a teacher. He then worked for a year from 2009 to 2010 in the J. Baltrušaitis School Skirsnemunė as an educator.

In his youth, he sang in the band " Mis Sheep " and then in " Straight ". In 2012, he played his debut album Aštuoni (Eng. Eight ) in Milan. The first single, Traukiniai, was already a minor hit in his homeland. After he won the Lithuanian preliminary decision to Euro Vision Song Contest in 2013, he joined Malmö with his self-penned song Something. He reached the final and eventually finished in 22nd place

Pojavis is married to Isabella Merola, with whom he has a daughter. The family lives in Milan (Italy).