|Birth name||Tomas Christiansen|
|Born||12 November 1969|
Tomas Christiansen (born 12 November 1969), better known by his stage name Tomas N'evergreen, is a pop singer from Hadsten, Denmark. The singles "Since You've Been Gone" and "Everytime (I See Your Smile)" were on top ten lists throughout Eastern Europe for more than a year and are still staples on FM radio.
His debut album Since You've Been Gone topped the charts in Russia and sold hundreds of thousands of units. The music video Since You've Been Gone was made with the participation of Russian singer Polina Griffith. He lives now in Moscow, Russia. Tomas has been married to Russian actress Valeriya Zhidkova since 24 September 2015.
( My Way Music ) Release date: 21 May 2010, With Christina Chanée
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Since You've Been Gone may refer to:
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with "New Tomorrow"