Armenian broadcaster AMPTV has opted for an internal selection in choosing its representative for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The public and TV audience will be given the opportunity to get to know the act in question a little better with a presentation of the act will being made during a special show at the end of this year.
After more then 35 years in the music business, Mike Tramp has released this acoustic album where he reflects on his life up until now. It's a quiet album, away is the rock ‘n' roll sound and left is a naked honest album from a man who has been around.
Last night Mike Tramp held a release party to celebrate that his next solo album will hit the stores in just a few days. The new album, Cobblestone Street, is described as a back to the root project, just with him and his acoustic guitar.
Emmy has just released her brand new video and single. It is a new version of her 2011 Armenian national selection song, Ayo. Emmy represented Armenia at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with Boom Boom.
After a long speculating period in Armenia, ARM TV has confirmed its participation in a rival country, Azerbaijan. The details of the act will be announced at the end of January. Rumours suggest that the Lucia Moon and 2008 representative Sirusho will represent the country.
The 2011 Armenia Eurovision singer,Emmy, appeared at theArmenian Music Awards. Also, appearing wereAlexej Vorobjov from Russia and Eric Saade from Sweden who performed as special guests as part of their promo tour.
There are officially 21 Eurovision hopefuls attending Eurovision in Concert on April 9th. The most excitement came from one of the three new additions; the United Kingdom with Blue. The further 2 acts confirmed were Croatia with Daria Kinzer and Greece with Loucas Yiorkas ft. Stereo Mike.