Europe, we have a winner! Israel’s Netta won Eurovision with her unique pop song ‘Toy’. Continue reading
It is May again and this means it is time for Europe’s biggest music contest; The Eurovision Song Contest. After Salvador Sobral’s convincing win last year, Lisbon in Portugal is the hosting city. The contest this year is off to … Continue reading
Estonia is in it to win it this year with pop opera crossover number ‘La Forza’, performed by Elina Nechayeva. Continue reading
Europe chose another 10 finalists in the Eurovision Song Contest. Continue reading
Koit Toome and Laura both return to Eurovision to sing the dramatic love duet ‘Verona’ for Estonia. Continue reading
Who impressed, who disappointed, who raised eyebrows and who will stand a chance at winning on Saturday? Continue reading
It’s a wrap. Eurovision 2015 is done and Sweden took the victory with the song ‘Heroes’ by Måns Zelmerlöw. After a two horse race with Russia it was decided that the contest will take place in Sweden next year. I reviewed the performances and analysed the results!
It is that time of the year again! The Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna took off with the first semi final. The show was opened by the current queen of Eurovision Conchita Wurst. Sixteen countries competed for ten spots in the final. The quality of the songs and performances was not very high, but there were definitely a few gems to be found. Read a review on the performances and an analysis of the results.
The preselection season for Eurovision is in full force at the moment, but I have only blogged about the premiere of the Dutch entry ‘Walk Along’ by Trijntje Oosterhuis yet. Shame on me, I know. I will make this right by catching up with some stuff that happened over the past couple of weeks in Eurovision land.