ESC 2019: Time Travel Part 5

We are almost 3 months after Eurovision’s Grand Final. In this series of posts, we are going to travel through time and remind you some of this year’s best moments. All the events of Eurovision since the first artist announcement in late November until the Netherlands win in May. Our fifth trip will be on…

Friday’s Quote – Germany 1982

Our quote today is from the German entry of 1982. That was the first victory for the country 27 years after its debut. The selected entry was “Ein Bißchen Frieden” by Nicole. Nicole was born in 25th of October 1964 as Nicole Hohloch. When she was 17, she won the national selection of Germany “Ein…

National Final Reminder: Lauris Reiniks – Banjo Laura

We continue the National Final Reminder with something from 2011. Today, we will travel to Latvia. Estonia back in 2011 decided its representative through Eirodziesma 2011, a show similar to nowadays Supernova. From the 71 submitted songs, 20 went to the semifinals. Two semifinals, one second chance and a final lead three top-scored entries to…

Country Of The Month: The Netherlands Part 5 (Final)

Introduction We decided to start our new series of articles “Country Of The Month” with the 2019 winning country the Netherlands. In a period of five weeks, we are going to remind you of the best Dutch entries. Note: we selected the entries not by their place in their final, but by their impact in…

ESC 2019: Time Travel Part 4

We are almost 2 months after Eurovision’s Grand Final. In this series of posts, we are going to travel through time and remind you some of this year’s best moments. All the events of Eurovision since the first artist announcement in late November until the Netherlands win in May. Our fourth trip will be to…

JESC 2019: 19 Countries will fly their flags to Poland

This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be slightly down from last year. 19 (20 last year) countries will compete in 24th of November. Poland the previous winner and host nation will compete alongside with Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and Wales….

Friday’s Quote – Croatia 1993

Our quote today is from the Croatian entry of 1993. That was the debut entry of the nation in the contest as an independent country. The selected entry was “Don’t Ever Cry” by Put. Put is a 6-member group that was formed in Rijeka, the third-largest city of Croatia. The members were Vivien Galletta, Angela…

National Final Reminder: Evelin Samuel – Over The Water Blue

We continue the National Final Reminder with something from 2000. Today, we will travel to Estonia. Estonia back in 2000 decided its representative through Eurolaul, a show similar to nowadays Eestilaul. Ten contestants were trying to win the event and represent their country in Eurovision. The song “Over The Water Blue” was the entry by…

Country Of The Month: The Netherlands Part 4

Introduction We decided to start our new series of articles “Country Of The Month” with the 2019 winning country the Netherlands. In a period of five weeks, we are going to remind you of the best Dutch entries. Note: we selected the entries not by their place in their final, but by their impact in…

ESC 2019: Time Travel Part 3

We are almost 2 months after Eurovision’s Grand Final. In this series of posts, we are going to travel through time and remind you some of this year’s best moments. All the events of Eurovision since the first artist announcement in late November until the Netherlands win in May. Our third trip will be to…