Today we are somewhere in Europe in our series of Eurovision songs with geography in their titels. Continue reading SOMEWHERE IN EUROPE – LIAM REILLY
ESC Covers are busy with a short series where we focus on Eurovision songs with some kind of geography in the titles, like a town, city, country or even a famous place in a country. Continue reading BRANDENBURGER TOR – KETIL STOKKAN
Morten Thomassen is writing today about 1990 and the song from France that ending in second place. ESC Covers google translated it from Norwegian to English. Continue reading ALMOST REACHING THE TOP AT EUROVISION – 1990
Since Monday 3 January, we started the count down of the top 100 Eurovision songs as calculated from the 171 top 10 we have received from fans from almost 50 countries.
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.
Senhit continues her #FreakyTripToRotterdam with a cover of Bandido by Azúcar Moreno (Spain ESC 1990).
It was announced today that Les McKeown of the Bay City Rollers has passed away suddenly at his home in Scotland
Rita & Offer Nissim have released a new collaboration called Stronger Than The Wind.
It was 30 years ago that Tajči rocked the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest representing Yugoslavia with the epic Hajde da ludujemo (Let’s go crazy). To celebrate Tajči & Friends have recorded a new version.
The guest stars on the new version of Hajde da ludujemo 2020 are Alka Vuica, Tijana Dapcevic, Ivana & Marija Husar, Sanya Mateyas, Mia Dimsic, Kristina Kuzmic, The Frajle and Domenica. The band consist of David Langley (guitars), Tony Miracle, Dan Chmielinski (bass) and Mario Mirkovic (drums) – the band were split around USA and Croatia.
You can see the the video for Hajde da ludujemo 2020 below.
Source: ESC Covers
Senhit has made a cover of the 1990 Eurovision winning song for Italy by Toto Cutugno, Insieme: 1992.
It was 30 years ago that Toto won the Eurovision Song Contest for Italy with a song that is even more meaningful now!
Senhit was chosen to represent San Marino at the 2020 Eurovision with Freaky!
You can see the video clip of Senhit performing Insieme: 1992 below.
Source: ESC Covers