Talent and varied inspirations. This is the most fitting sentence to describe Cruzo Los Dedos (I Cross My Fingers), the fifth studio album from Lucía Pérez. Catchy, fun and beautiful melodies and rhythms with deep lyrics. Lucía as always, is very passionate in her interpretations.
Do you stand your ground? well Mike Tramp and his Rock ‘N’ Roll circuz does on this pure rock album, which offers 51 minutes with a lot of drums, guitars and amps, if I may quote Ringo Starr’s The Other Side Of Liverpool from his album Y Not.
After working with Antoine Clamaran and Kate Ryan and entering several European charts, Soraya is back with a new album, a new record company, a new look, a new energy and a new sound. This woman is unstoppable and she never ceases to amaze us.
Last night the film Tommy was premiered in 35 cinemas across Denmark. A nationwide quiz about Tommy Seebach’s music, hosted by Jørgen De Mylius, followed. EuroVisionary was present in order to bring you a review of the film that will later be shown on TV and released on DVD. Hope for English subtitles as you don't want to miss this fantastic film!
Why is it that as pop and rock singers grow old, many of them turn to Jazz and Swing music? I don’t know, but I know that most of them should have stayed away as they can’t handle it. I therefore hesitated buying sir Cliff`s new album, where he recorded a handful of tunes from before his own career started in 1958, but I must admit, he does it well.
Didrik set many hearts a flutter around the continent when he performed this year's hotly tipped Norwegian entry, My Heart Is Yours. Since then, he has kept a relatively low media profile during the recording of this, his debut album Guilty Pleasures.
Originally a foursome, then a threesome, A1 enjoyed considerable success in the late 90's/early 00's. They eventually disbanded, but decided to regroup after a chance appearance on a popular TV show. The reformation gained momentum from there, culminating in their attempt to represent Norway at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
At the tender age of seventeen, Safura impressed the majority of viewers with her stunning voice and spectacular, goose bump-inducing performance at the final of this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Azerbaijan had clearly gained an appetite for success following last year's triumphant 3rd place.
Who can forget Tom Dice as he stood up there on the stage and sang his heart out for Belgium in this year's Eurovision Song Contest? His entry Me And My Guitar won the heart of many Europeans and this album from him might just do the same.
Alexander delivers the difficult second album, and seemingly, the odds are stacked against him. How do you top Fairytales? He has been quoted in the Norwegian press recently as saying he couldn't care less what the critics say or how they rate his album.