“We recorded everything live with 3 microphones in a wooden mountain cottage.” – Imre Vizi [Interview]

A day before the Romanian national final, spoke to Imre Vizi. The runner-up of the second season of The Voice in Romania will try to win the ticket with his song Kind of Girl. Read what he had to say below! Hey Imre! Thank you for taking the time to speak to us! How do you feel, so shortly before the national final?
Imre Vizi: Hi! Thank you too. I feel a little bit excited becouse my main concern is to do my best on stage, this is my main goal.
X: Could you tell us something about yourself?
I: I was born in 1986 I started this music when I was 14. Originally I’m a bass player but I had to start playing the acoustic guitar and start singing in covers in pubs to make a living. It turned out to be the best school I have ever attended to. I advise every young musician to go play in pubs.
X: You’ll perform Kind of Girl this weekend. What is the song about?
I: Well I tryed to sing about love from a different perspective: the friendzone perspective. I guess everybody has been through that period of life. The sound is meant to be vintage. We recorded everything live with 3 microphones in a wooden mountain cottage and we had really good fun doing it.
X: You were the runner-up on the second season of The Voice in Romania. A lot of contestants from that show all over Europe are trying to go to Eurovision. What do you think is the reason behind that?
I: International aknowledgement.
X: What was your reason to apply for the national final?
I: International aknowledgment and fun. I like these tv shows, I like to see how these shows are made and i love that feeling when I’m in the backstage with lots of people running around for one purpose: the show.
X: You’re up against some other big names on Saturday. What’s your formula to beat them?
I: I know this is a contest but my main concern is my own show. I do not have any weapons or anything else in my sleeve. I’m gonna have a great time and i hope to drag everybody along with me this way to convince them to vote me.
X: What would going to Eurovision mean to you?
I: It would be an honour for me and I would do my best to represent my country and maybe win the contest in Denmark.
X: Are you a Eurovision fan?
I: Yes.
X: Do you have an all time favourite Eurovision song?
X: Finally, do you have a message for the readers of
I: Yea enjoy the show. And vote for me would like to thank Imre Vizi for answering these questions and we’d like to wish him the best of luck in tomorrow’s Romanian national final! You can listen to his song, Kind of Girl below!

Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!

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