Daniel Diges, who represented Spain at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest is back with his second studio album titled '¿Dónde estabas tú en los 70?' (Where were you in the 70's?) which includes a large repertoire of hits from the decade.
Spain have internally selected popular singer, Pastora Soler, to represent them at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest in Baku. There will be a national final and the song will be decided by the public and a jury. TVE pondered over many bids from local acts and decided that Pastora will be the best candidate for Eurovision.
World famous Israeli Palestinian singer Mira Awad who represented Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest two years ago gave an acoustic concert at Galileo Galilei’s club in Madrid last night. EuroVisionary attended the concert and we have, exclusive for our readers, a video with some of the best songs of the night.
On a new album David Civera looks back at his ten years on the music scene. From the beginning of his career he always wanted to record an album with a renewed version of his favorite classic songs. On A Ritmo De Clásicos he finds a way to put his own personal stamp on each track.
Shrek the musical comes to the Nuevo Apolo Theatre in Madrid and Mirela has won the fairy-tale prize of the lead role as Princess Fiona, proving she has got plenty of talent of her own. EuroVisionary attended the premiere.
The time has arrived for her fans to come together and take action for the launch of the record they have been waiting for. The cost of the project amounts to 12,700 Euros and must be raised within 40 days. Those who help to finance it will reportedly enjoy special privileges.
Mira Awad, who with Noa, represeneted Israel in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, has released a second album titled All My Faces. The new album was produced by Spain's Carlos Jean. Several performances in Spain - and one in Bulgaria will follow in the coming months.
The concerts of the legendary Julio Iglesias - the idol of generations of women the world over - took place in five different Spanish cities during August as part of the singer's world tour. During the course of the 40 years of his musical career, the singer has recorded more than 70 albums. EuroVisionary attended the final concert in his native country.
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.