Sasha Song (known as Sasha Son in Eastern Europe) – an ambitious singer/songwriter with a touching hit-and-miss story that PR agents would die for. Born Dima Šavrovas, this half Russian, half Lithuanian performer charmed huge audiences at tender age of 12. Dima's voice, described as ‘angelic’, caught the eye of well known music producers – as a child, he released the album Svajonių laivas which sold well. Dima's hit Mama was all one of the most popular Lithuanian pop songs of mid-90's. Sharing stage with some of the biggest names in Lithuanian pop, in 1995 Dima won a Bravo award (Lithuanian equivalent to Grammy) as a newcomer of the year. He was also awarded by the President of Lithuania. After successful performances in many European festivals, however, the child prodigy moved to London, where he worked as a bartender, tried to make ends meet and struggled to prove his talent in the local music business, performing soul and r'n'b. After his band U-Soul failed to secure a recording contract, Dima went back to Lithuania where his impressive vocal skills and knack for r'n'b soon won public and critical acclaim. Performing in Lithuanian, English and Russian he re-branded himself as Sasha Son and received the attention of both Lithuanian and Russian music fans – recorded with well known dance music act Sel, his single Ne Uletaj was successful on Baltic Russian radio charts, 2008 brought new fanbase due to Sasha's participation in popular Lithuanian music TV contest Muzikos akademija. In 2009, Sasha's song Love won Dainų daina – a competition designed to select the best Lithuanian song of the year. As a result, he will take part in Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Moscow in May 2009.