Ricky Mariscal Espinosa from MEXICO is busy making cute drawings of the Eurovision winners in the run up to Eurovision 2022 Continue reading EUROVISION WINNER 1980
JOHNNY LOGAN of Ireland teamed up with JANNIKE for a new song.
ESCCovers got the sad news that EUROVISION-WINNING SONGWRITER Shay Healy has died. We publish the article written by a journalist at THE JOURNAL OF IRELAND.
ESC Covers discovered recently that Garry released a CD called 12 points. On this CD is Flemish/Dutch covers of 12 Eurovision songs (9 winners and 3 other popular songs).
Seán Patrick Michael Sherrard (born 13 May 1954), better known by his stage name Johnny Logan, is an Irish singer and composer. He is known as being the only performer to have won the Eurovision Song Contest twice, in 1980 (with What’s another year) and 1987 (with Hold me now). He also composed the winning song in 1992 which is Why me.
Dutch group OG3NE, who represented the Netherlands at the 2017 Eurovision song contest in Kiev with Lights And Shadows, covered the 1980 Eurovision winner, WHAT’S ANOTHER YEAR by Johnny Logan from Ireland.
The cover of What’s Another Year is part of the Beste Zangers Songfestival.
OG3NE are Lisa, Amy and Shelley. They are currently engaged in a long tour covering this year and 2019 in the Netherlands.
You can hear OG3NE sing What’s Another Year below.
Source: ESC Covers
Johnny Logan who had won Eurovision twice for Ireland, covered the 1992 Eurovision winner WHY ME (which he had composed) in English.
Ivo Linna covered the 1980 Eurovision winner from Ireland – WHAT’S ANOTHER YEAR of Johnny Logan as MIS UKS AASTA LOEB in Estonian.