Former German Eurovision entrant Roger Cicero has decided to start the new year by revamping his website, the release of a new single, a new album and the confirmation of his forthcoming tour dates. Frag nicht wohin is the title of the lead single from his album Was immer auch kommt, due for release later in the spring.
Fans were left disappointed when RTS, the country's state broadcaster, announced back in November that Serbia would not participate in Eurovision 2014. According to reports, there now appears to be a glimpse of hope as new commercial channel Nova TV is considering taking on the responsibility of organizing Serbia's participation in the event.
The only Eurovision Serbian winner, Marija Šerifović, is celebrating this year her tenth anniversary in the music business. On this occasion she has released a new album, a book and a documentary where she reveals the secrets of her life, all that under the title Ispovest, which means Confession.
Ya No Te Puedo Olvidar, which means I Can't Forget You, is the new solo single released by former member of Spanish boyband D'Nash who represented Spain at the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest with I Love You Mi Vida. The song was released in digital stores last month and the video was just recently premiered.
Roberto Meloni, who represented Latvia twice at the Eurovison Song Contest, has made it through the battle rounds after impressing the judges at the blind auditions in The Voice last month. Among the coaches is also a familiar face: Donny Montell, the Lithuanian Eurovision representative in 2012.
Swedish pop star and TV host, Måns Zelmerlöw, is preparing for the release of his next album titled Barcelona Sessions. The upcoming album from the double national finalist, will hit the streets in the beginning of the new year.
Two time Dutch Eurovision entrant Edsilia Rombley gave birth to her second daughter last week and is now planning on taking things easy to enjoy motherhood before her tour kicks off in March next year.
After what sounds like a long legal battle, musician Manos Psaltakis announced that, yesterday, a Greek court ruled in his favour as the rightful composer of 2005 Eurovision winner My Number One and against Christos Dantis, the artist so far credited as the main composer of the song.
Last night Moje 3, representing Serbia at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, surprised everyone when they were joined by the 2007 winner Marija Serifovic in a great entertaining at their press conference. This included Marija's winner song; Molitva.