Deceased Tommy Seebach, who represented Denmark three times at the Eurovision Song Contest, was up until his death working together with his friend Torben Lundgreen on several songs. Now Torben wants to release them, but Tommy's sons are not positive.
Luxemburg held its 5th Eurovision Gala in "Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg" venue the 29th of October. It was a show that featured previous participants as Omar Naber, Anabela, Marion Welter and D'Nash and at the same time funds was raised for Charity Télévie to fight cancer among children.
Soul sisters Edsilia Rombley and Ruth Jacott have given the Netherlands two of their highest placings within the last twenty years at Eurovision. The time was finally right for both artists to combine creative forces and give their Dutch fans a treat.
Few days after its release Rasmus Seebach's cover version of his dad's third and last Eurovision Song Contest entry Under Stjernerne På Himlen makes it to the Danish charts. With 107 weeks on the list so far his previous album is still among the best selling ones.
When Rasmus Seebach tomorrow release his next album it will for the first time include a cover version of one of his dad's Eurovision Song Contest entries. Senior Seebach got to represent Denmark a total of three times, but despite a lot of encouragement Rasmus has so far refused going that way.
L'Instinct Masculin Tour has been released yesterday as a double CD and DVD. It is the product of the recording of his live concert at Marseille’s Dôme last May. Patrick Fiori will be visiting some cities in France, Switzerland and Belgium in the next months as the second part of his biggest tour.
Ruth Jacott, the Dutch entrant who sang Vrede to a 6th place for the Netherlands in 1993 is to feature as the special guest at an upcoming event in Amsterdam. The event is called DreamsLive Dinner Show and will take place on the 24th of September.
Last night the film Tommy was premiered in 35 cinemas across Denmark. A nationwide quiz about Tommy Seebach’s music, hosted by Jørgen De Mylius, followed. EuroVisionary was present in order to bring you a review of the film that will later be shown on TV and released on DVD. Hope for English subtitles as you don't want to miss this fantastic film!