RTVE's site visitors have decided with their votes that Atrévete will be the third song for El Sueño de Morfeo to sing at the national final scheduled to be held on the 26th of February. It joins the previously selected songs whose titles are Contigo Hasta El Final and Dame Tu Voz.
Pastora Soler is one of the best female vocals on the Spanish music scene, which she demonstrated at a concert at the Arteria Coliseum Theatre in Madrid Monday night. EuroVisionary attended the concert and we have, exclusive for our readers, some videos including the premiere of her Eurovision entry.
RTVE's website visitors have decided with their votes that Ahora O nunca is the third song for Pastora Soler to sing at the tv show where the Spanish entry for the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest will be finally chosen. It joins the previously selected Quédate Conmigo and Tu Vida Es Tu Vida.
Besides having the opportunity to listen to the two songs already selected by Pastora, today starts the deadline for fans to help her to choose the third song to be performed in the televised show on March 3. The choice will be made between two up-tempo songs: "Me Despido De Ti' and 'Ahora o Nunca'.
The show will be broadcast on March 3rd and the Spanish candidate will perform three songs. Two of them have been chosen by the artist and now she wants the audience to decide about the third one. That will be through the RTVE website where people will have the chance to choose between two options.
Falete offered an exclusive interview with the website eurovision-spain in which he said that he would be pleased to fly the Spanish flag in Azerbaijan as long as TVE selects him internally. He is one of the best flamenco and copla singers in Spain and very well known to the Spanish public.
RTVE, the Spanish broadcaster presented this morning the video for Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao and the final version of the song that is composed by Rafael Artesero. This new version combines Latin percussion and a folk sound with violins, flutes, bagpipes, acoustic guitars and ukulele and is made to fit Lucía's voice.
Lucía Pérez, the Spanish representative in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest, has filmed this weekend in Sitges the video clip for the song Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao. Now it is time for working on the video edition and the music production of the final version of the song that will become very familiar to us.
Lucía Pérez has been officially presented yesterday morning at a press conference in Madrid. She has shared her impressions after her election as representative of Spain in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. The Galician singer will perform the song Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao by Rafael Artesero.
After three weeks and preselections, the Spanish final was held in Barcelona tonight. Among the 1,142 songs and 477 singers who aspired to represent Spain in Düsseldorf, finally Lucía Pérez will be the Spanish representative at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao.