Blue are back with their brand new single called Heart & Soul. It is a lively upbeat dance song with a strong production.
Bookies favourite Glasgow was surprisingly beaten into 2nd place when it was announced that Liverpool will host the 2023 Eurovision song contest.
Lord Mayor of Liverpool Roy Gladden says: “We’ve wanted it, we expected it but you’re always on edge. We’ll have a party that’s never been done before.” (BBC News)
The contest will take place at the Dockside arena on 13th May and more details of the cities plans will no doubt ne released in the coming weeks and months.
Our song of the week is PUPPET ON A STRING, the 1967 Eurovision winner for the United Kingdom, originally sung by Sandie Shaw. Continue reading SONG OF THE WEEK – PUPPET ON A STRING (Estonian cover)
GRETHE SONCK covered the 1967 Eurovision winner from the United Kingdom PUPPET ON A STRING in Danish. Continue reading SONG OF THE WEEK – PUPPET ON A STRING (Danish cover)
ED CARLOS covered the 1967 Eurovision winner from the United Kingdom PUPPET ON A STRING in Portuguese as ESTOU FELIZ. Continue reading SONG OF THE WEEK- PUPPET ON A STRING (Portuguese cover)
PUPPET ON A STRING, the 1967 Eurovision winner from the United Kingdom is our song of the week. Today we have a Dutch cover by ANNEKE GRONLOH. She took part in Eurovision for the Netherlands in 1964. Continue reading SONG OF THE WEEK – PUPPET ON A STRING (Dutch cover)
Chloë Lupton recently showcased her fantastic live vocals with a performance of the song We Got Time at the Radical Lounge. She has a beautiful soulful voice and is certainly someone to listen to and also enjoy watching live.
Morten Thomassen takes on today the entry from the United Kingdom at came second in 2022, the second biggest point difference between winner and runner-up. ESC Covers again google translated it from Norwegian to English. Continue reading ALMOST REACHING THE TOP AT EUROVISION – 2022
Sigala, David Guetta, Sam Ryder have all got together for a big dance release, Living Without You. A track that will certainly storm the dance floors.