Dutch songstress Hind is back in business with her brand spanking now tune Make it Count. The release of her newest single marks the return of the artist and is her first release in three years since the single Stay came out in 2010.
With a results drought of 4 years and counting and dwindling interest in the contest on a national level, Latvian broadcaster LTV decided to amend participation rules once more and allow overseas composers to compete for the first time in four years. This resulted in a bumper crop of entries, but will it help increase Latvian interest in the contest?
In the coming days the musical version of the play written by Juan Carlos Rubio, Esta Noche No Estoy Para Nadie that could be translated as Tonight, I'm Not In The Mood, will see its premiere. Gisela, the 2008 Andorran Eurovision representative, performs the role of one of the protagonists.
The French singer and songwriter has built a reputation for himself as one of the best acts in Europe and with his next amazing tour he aims to consolidate his reputation among European audiences. He will perform in nine countries as part of a tour promoting his new cult-inspired album My God Is Blue.
The Government of Republic of Macedonia organised a concert in Skopje, with the attendance of famous Eurovision singers from the Balkans. The show hasn't only shown that the nation's reaction towards special historical dates is full of dignity, but it has also contented all of the viewers with Macedonian folk treasure.
Quédate Conmigo (Stay With Me), the Spanish entry of this year's Eurovision Song Contest is what Spain's Eurovision fans claim to be José Luis Uribarri looking at heaven, as the Spanish commentator of many years finally passed away.
After a long and unusual selection process, ten-year old Anastasia Petryk won last night the Ukrainian national final for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest that will take place in Amsterdam in December. She will perform the song Nebo(Sky).
Kejsi Tola and Olta Boka performed at a special summer concert in Albania at the weekend. It was at Durres near the sea. The former representatives of Albania at Eurovision both sang a couple of songs each.
NRK have restored the fortunes of the national selection Melodi Grand Prix in Norway in recent years, making it a more attractive competition and attracting bigger, more established names. But all things must come to an end and so the ways of NRK and Sundes will part.