Armenia probably had the most ambitious project for Eurovision this year. They announced that they would form a six piece band made up of Armenian diaspora from five different continents and from a range of musical backgrounds. The result was super group Genealogy made up of Essaï Altounian, Tamar Kaprelian,Vahe Tilbian, Stephanie Topalian, Mary-Jean O’Doherty Basmadjian and announced this week Inga Arshakyan.
It was announced months ago that Marta Jandová and Václav Noid Bárta would duet on the song ‘Hope Never Dies’ in an attempt to win the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest for the Czech Republic. This week the song was released so that fans could hear it for the first time in its entirety.
Have a listen to the song below and let us know what you think. Does it have a chance of winning? Will it get lost in a sea of ballads this year?
Polina Gagarina will be the Eurovision contestant representing Russia in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The 27 year old Moscow native will sing a rock ballad called ‘A Million Voices’ in the first semi final in Vienna on 19th May.
Is Russia on to a winner with this selection? Will Russia’s politics hamper any chance of a doing well? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below.
Now that we’ve finalized our top 10 Eurovision songs ever it’s time to vote to see who will come out on top. The video for the songs in the running are listed below and you can vote in our poll at the bottom of the page. We will eliminate the song with the lowest number of votes on Friday 20th March and that song will finish in 10th place. And remember you can vote for up to three songs.
Already through from Semi Final 1 are-Conchita Wurst, ABBA, Alexander Rybak, Elena Paparizou’s and Dima Bilan.
Joining them from Semi Final 2 will be