Roy van der Merwe of Eurovision South Africa and the ESC Covers website attended several Eurovision song contests in person at the host cities. He is writing down his memories of those Eurovisions he attended with accreditation. Continue reading EUROVISION MEMORIES – 2003 – RIGA
SWEDEN has won the 2023 Eurovision song contest and will host in 2024. That co-inside with the 50th anniversary of them winning in 1974 with ABBA. Continue reading 50 YEARS SINCE WATERLOO OF ABBA WON EUROVISION – VINDARNA VANDER OSS
Eurovision South Africa has started with the candidates in the AFRI FRIEND AWARDS, it is the fifth country – LATVIA, the second category – AFRIKAANS COVERS – and the first candidate HEMEL EN AARDE OMHELS by South African duo of NADIA LOUW & HUGO NIEUWOUDT. Continue reading BEST AFRIKAANS COVER OF A LATVIAN EUROVISION SONG – CANDIDATE 1
Eurovision South Africa has started with the candidates in the AFRI FRIEND AWARDS, it is the second country – ESTONIA, the first category – ENGLISH COVERS – and the first candidate EIGHTIES COMING BACK by DAVE BENTON, who actually was part of the winning act in 2001. Continue reading BEST ENGLISH COVER OF AN ESTONIAN EUROVISION SONG – CANDIDATE 1
Still busy with our geography series where we look at Eurovision related songs with the name of a town, city, country or continent in the title. Continue reading GOOD EVENING EUROPE – BIRGITTE EINARSEN
Morten Thomassen writes over the 2003 Eurovision song contest and where a song in an imaginary language. ESC Covers google translated it from Norwegian to English. Continue reading ALMOST REACHING THE TOP AT EUROVISION (2003)
Ich Troje – Projekt X have released Nie Szukaj Mnie (Do not look for me). The track is a commercial pop/rock track cover of German singer, Nena.
Norbert from ESC Dublin to Amsterdam continued the voting of songs in the new millennium and had just done TURKEY. Continue reading MILLENNIUM WINNER – TURKEY
Andy Mikheev from ESC Kaz sent us the news about a tribute album to t.A.T.u. We appreciate it.
Originally planned to do this series over a month or two, but it takes a lot of time. INFE Australia, INFE Ireland and INFE South Africa teamed up to pick their favourite Eurovision entry involving a MALE SINGER from each country that have participated in the Eurovision song contest.