In our geography series, we look at Eurovision related songs with a town, city, country or continent in the title. Continue reading VINGER OVER EUROPA – RUNE RUDBERG
Morten Thomassen is writing of a year when the United Kingdom ended in second place. ESC Covers google translated it from Norwegian to English. Continue reading ALMOST REACHING THE TOP AT EUROVISION (1989)
Norbert from ESC from Dublin to Amsterdam has been busy reporting for us on Eurovision artists who have passed away. Continue reading ANOTHER EUROVISION ARTIST DIED IN A CAR CRASH
Sabrina Barreto got to perform Conquistador (Conquer) at the Lusofonia festival to celebrate Portugal day. The song was by Da Vinci and was the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest entry for Portugal.
NIMO DE ANGELO represented GERMANY at the 1989 Eurovision song contest with a song called FLIEGER.
In the recent Olympic games in Tokyo, the 3 Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) performed well and won several gold medals. In a short series, we will celebrate their success in the form of Eurovision songs.
Someone alerted ESC Covers today about a cover of the 1989 Eurovision entry for Germany.
STEF BOS composed a song called DOOR DE WIND. This song was the 1989 Eurovision entry for Belgium, sung by INGEBORG.
For the next month or two, 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.
After a long absence Thomas Forstner is back with a brand new song called Summer Dream. It is an uplifting pop summer anthem and will be perfect at the beach or by the swimming pool.