Swedish singer ROBIN BENGTSSON, who represented his country at the 2017 Eurovision song contest, has a new song out called HONEY I’M HOME. There is not yet a video out of it.
CD singles are becoming more and more rare and even Sweden, where singles were very popular now almost have nothing. Since 2016 fans and press get USB sticks and most of the Melodifestival songs are only available as downloads. Although there were some rare promo singles of I CAN’T GO ON by Robin Bengtsson, ESCCovers decided to have a promo single designed which looks stunning.
The members of the OGAE Rest of the world fan club has been extremely creative and did good luck videos to all the 42 participants at rhe 2017 Eurovision song contest in Kyiv. We will highlight all of them, starting with SWEDEN
Artist and Song Announcement by Stockholm Eurettefriend (Designed by Carolina Añazgo Leo):
“Hello, my fans! I’m Stockholm and I love writing and singing music… and sharing them with the right people and friends to make the perfect jams you’ll ever heard in the song contest. And my country is always sending the most friendmazing songs and some of them reach the top of the charts.
And speaking of music, tonight is Melodifestivalen. I’m sure you can enjoy the most popular national final in the whole Song Contest. And I’m making my Eurostar can sing well, so they can go to the esc final happening in Kyiv in May. I’m always singing and trying to not to get out-of-tune myself!”- By Stockholm Eurettefriend
On 30 November 2016, it was announced that Owe Thörnqvist, who was born on the 12th of March 1929 in Uppsala had been selected to take part in the third semifinal of Melodifestivalen 2017 with the song Boogieman Blues. It was going to be his début at the contest. After completing his military service and while studying Political Science at Uppsala University, in 1953, Thörnqvist produced his first revue in Uppsala, and in 1955 his first record was released. His musical style includes rock, ballroom rumba and calypso. Most Eurovision fans have never heard of him and ESC Covers had not even seen a picture of him or heard a song from him and now he went last night direct to the final in the Swedish selection. He came across to us similar to Serhat last year who is much younger than he did not get into the final. Will Eurovision fans embrace Owe if he wins the ticket to Kyiv for Sweden?