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Listen to all the new music releases from your favourite Eurovision artists from the past!

Marija Šerifović releases “Ja volim svoj greh”

Marija Šerifović releases “Ja volim svoj greh”

Marija Šerifović, the winner of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, has just released the first single from her upcoming album. This album is part of her project “Ispovest” (Confession), which includes a film, tv series, a book, and an album all with the same title, based on Marija’s life. The first single from this upcoming album is titled “Ja volim svoj greh” (I love my sin). Listen to the song, and see the video clip right here:
“Between October and February, I’m bringing new songs” – Tom Dice [Interview]

“Between October and February, I’m bringing new songs” – Tom Dice [Interview]

Tom Dice was chosen internally to represent Belgium back in 2010, and he wrote a song “Me And My Guitar” which brought Belgium back to the Eurovision finals (after five years of not qualifying), and brought Tom a great sixth place in Oslo. We met Tom in Antwerp, where he was one of the special guests at the Belgian national final Eurosong. We spoke to him after the show about the winner, Axel Hirsoux, as well as his Eurovision experience and memories. Check out our interview with Tom right here: Let’s remind ourselves with Tom’s Eurovision entry “Me And My Guitar”
“If I have the right song, I would come back to Eurovision” – Anne Marie David [Interview]

“If I have the right song, I would come back to Eurovision” – Anne Marie David [Interview]

escXtra had the pleasure to meet Anne Marie David, who won the 1973 Eurovision Song Contest for Luxembourg with her song “Tu te reconnaitras” which later went on to become a world wide hit, one of the most covered Eurovision songs, and one of the fan favourite songs in the history of this Contest. We spoke to Anne Marie David about her memories from 1973, her views on Eurovision nowadays, and we also asked her about her favourite in Eurosong 2014, where she was one of the special guests. Check out our interview with her right here: Why not also give another listen to her winning entry from 1973:
Dziesma final

Dziesma final

Tonight the twelve songs that qualified from the semi-finals two weeks ago will battle it out to see who will take the Latvian flag to Copenhagen. The songs in contention are: Ralfs Eilands and Valters Pūce – Revelation Markus Riva – Lights On Katrīna Bindere – Moment and Tomorrow Dons – Pēdējā vēstule Samanta Tīna – Stay Niko – Here I Am Again MyRadiantU – Going All the Way Olga and Līgo – Saule riet Aminata Savadogo – I Can Breathe Aarzemnieki – Cake To Bake Eirošmits –  If I Could (Get Away) Katrine Lukins – You Are The Reason We spoke to a number of the finalists during the last two weeks, so if you’re interested in their thoughts regarding their participation, click their names to read what they had to say! The show will be broadcast on both the LTV website and eurovision.tv starting at 20:25 CET. Remember that this year YOU can be a part of the televote by linking your facebook or twitter accounts with LTV’s website during the voting period. Just click ‘Balsot’ on your favourite singer! The voting will be 50/50 jury and televote with the online votes counting as part of the televote. …
Aurela Gaçe quits “The Voice” panel

Aurela Gaçe quits “The Voice” panel

Immediately after the third season of “The Voice” finished, Albanian superstar Aurela Gaçe has decided to leave the show, quoting that it was hard for her to crush somebody’s dream. The 39-year-old singer was asked to join the three previous judges for the third season, after one of the judges decided to leave the show. FOR MY NON ALBANIANS FOLLOWERS , I’M JUST LETTING MY FANS KNOW THAT IM NOT GOING TO BE A PART OF THE VOICE OF ALBANIA ANYMORE. I’M BORN TO MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY…I FELT LIKE I WAS HURTING THE YOUNG SINGER’S FEELINGS. AND I REFUSE TO DO IT AGAIN. Gaçe is among the most popular singers in the Albanian speaking territories. She is a three-time Festivali i Këngës winner and has represented Albania in the 2011 Eurovision in Dusseldorf with “Feel the Passion”.
Ira Losco receives multiple awards

Ira Losco receives multiple awards

Ira Losco, who represented Malta at the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest and also co-hosted last weekend’s Maltese national final, was the recipient of multiple awards at last night’s Malta Music awards in Ta’Qali. Ira received the ‘Best solo artist’ award for 2014, as well as the award for ‘Best video’ for her song “Me luv U Long Time”. At the national final, rumours surfaced that Ira might be interested in giving Eurovision another go – however that it would only be through an internal selection.  
A Friend in London split up

A Friend in London split up

After working together for over 10 years, and representing their home country Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 with “New Tomorrow” and finishing fifth, they have announced yesterday that the band has split up. Here is the announcement they made: After 10 years of amazing experiences and huge memories, A FRIEND IN LONDON has come to an end. We have gone through so many changes the past few years: After Esben and Aske’s exit in early 2013, Sebastian and I hired new musicians for a German tour and kept the AFIL spirit alive, we had a GREAT tour, but for me (Tim) to keep going on as A FRIEND IN LONDON, feels wrong and we, the original 4 boys of the band, want to end the circle together here and now and say thank you to all of you, who have been so supportive and generous with your love. You have all played a big part of this rock’n roll adventure we have been on. THANK YOU. But this is NOT the end for the 4 of us as musicians. AFIL has given us so much experience and opportunities for new initiatives in our future lives. Tim Schou …
Eurofest with Lindsay D

Eurofest with Lindsay D

Eurofest, the UK’s biggest Eurovision and Europop club night, returns this Friday at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern – and the next special guest to appear in the event is none other than Lindsay D. It’s twelve years since the Sheffield teenager took to the stage in Copenhagen – and No Dream Impossible remains a fan favourite to this day. With the contest returning once again to the Danish capital it’s only appropriate that Lindsay makes a welcome return to the Eurovision world. The first 50 people through the door will receive a “Schlagertastic” goody-bag! Tickets are available on the door and are priced as follows: Standard price: £8 Discount price: £5 before 11pm with one flyer per person (available from website www.eurofest.org.uk) Doors open at 9pm, and you can keep up to date by joining the Facebook event here.
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