JY’S DIE EEN – PATRICIA LEWIS

On Saturday 25 July 2020 ESC COVERS will launch the COVER2COVER competition. In category one are 14 songs by South African artists that are covers of EUROVISION songs (actual entries or selection songs or Eurovision related because of the original artist who was an entry at Eurovision or by the composers who had written a […]

EUROVISION COVER – MISS KISS KISS BANG (Afrikaans)

David Hasselhoff & Patricia Lewis covered the 2009 Eurovision entry from Germany MISS KISS KISS BANG in Afrikaans.  

EUROVISION COVER – LISTEN TO YOUR HEARTBEAT (Afrikaans)

Kobus Muller & Patricia Lewis covered the 2001 Eurovision entry from Sweden LISTEN TO YOUR HEARTBEAT in Afrikaans as LUISTER WAT JOU HART SE    

EUROVISION COVER – HERO (English)

Patricia Lewis covered Charlotte Perrelli’s HERO – the 2008 Eurovision entry of Sweden.  

TOP 50 MILLENNIUM SONGS (position 32)

On position 32 we find HERO, the 2008 entry from Sweden – HERO by Charlotte Perrelli. The song was successfully covered by Patricia Lewis from South Africa – unfortunately also in English.  

EUROVISION COVER – APRE TOI (Afrikaans)

Patricia Lewis covered the 1972 Eurovision winner from Luxembourg APRE TOI in Afrikaans as JY’S DIE EEN.  

EUROVISION COVER – DANS LE JARDIN DE MON AME (Afrikaans)

Patricia Lewis covered the 2002 Eurovision song from Switzerland DANS LE JARDIN DE MON AME of Francine Jordi in Afrikaans as TUINE VAN MY SIEL.  

TOP 50 MILLENNIUM SONGS (positions 46 & 45)

POSITION 46 – CASANOVA – GISELA – ANDORRA 2008 POSITION 45 – HERO – CHARLOTTE PERRELLI – SWEDEN 2008

DIE ANDER KANT VAN ROEM/THE OTHER SIDE OF FAME

What has people like Carike Keuzenkamp, Rina Hugo, Janita Claassen, Anneli van Rooyen, Patricia Lewis, Bles Bridges, Ge Korsten, Manuel Escorcio, Fanie de Jager, Jannie Moolman, Andre Schwartz, Guillaume, Tobi Jooste, Cole van Dais, David Fourie, Min Shaw, Groep 2, Amanda Luyt, Andriette Norman, Barbara Ray, Alan Garrity, Romanz, Sonja Herholdt, Sunette Bridges, Jurie Els, […]

LARS “DILLE” DIEDRICSON DIED

It is sad that with the final of the Swedish selection happening this weekend, we learn of the death of Lars “Dille” Diedricson. He was born on the 12th of August 1961 and died on the 6th of March 2017 in Gothenburg. He won the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 as the songwriter for “Take Me […]