Lucía Pérez has released her sixth album, which is also the first one after her participation at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest representing Spain. Quitapenas marks a turning point in her career, both songs - and production wise.
Melody was runner up in the 2009 Spanish national selection with Amante de la luna. For the summer of 2014 she returns with a release of her brand new album. It is entitled Mucho Camino Por Andar and features 11 new songs.
Last year Emmelie De Forest topped the swedish download charts the week after the Eurovision Song Contest with Margaret Berger and Anouk completing the top 3. This year proves to be another success for the Eurovision participants with the Common Linnets topping the chart ahead of Conchita Wurst.
Quiero is the title of the new album from Daniel Diges. The album features ten unreleased tracks, half of them written by Daniel himself and the other half by great authors. It has been self-produced which has given the artist more freedom in choosing the songs.
After a night of tension and close voting, Conchita Wurst representing Austria has won the Eurovision Song Contest, beating The Netherlands into second place. It is the first victory for the country since 1966.
Spain's hopes rest on the shoulders of former X Factor participant Ruth Lorenzo. She gave a first rehearsal that was vocal perfection and which got certain press members highly excited. Would she be able to follow up with more of the same today or would the rain make her performance all washed out?
Today DR presented Bryan Rice as host for the 2014 Eurovision Village. Together with the presentation followed a programme including performances from 23 of this year's participants. Eurovision Village is this year located in the centre of Copenhagen and is open to the general public.