Lyrics can make or break a song. While it is difficult to know what makes good lyrics, it is really easy to tell when they don’t have the desired effect and come across as insincere, don’t make any sense, are garbled English, or force a rhyme for the sake of it. Here are the worst offenders in 2017 for Worst Lyrics.
You can have a great song, great staging and an endearing personality, but all this is lost if you are unable to bring the vocal performance that is expected of you on the big Eurovision stage. 2017 had no shortage of powerful vocals. Here are the contenders for Best Live Vocal at Eurovision NI Awards 2017.
In 2017, Denmark are on a mission to put consecutive bad results behind them and to return to the Eurovision finals. In their selection show they were adamant that a solo artist would be representing them in Kiev when, with the exception of Calling Mercury, all the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix finalists were solo artists. They got their wish when Anja Nissen was chosen with her song ‘Where I Am’.
Two songs will advance from Group F to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group F consists of Lithuania, Albania, Spain, Cyprus, Denmark and Bulgaria. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 2nd April when the results will be unveiled.
Anja Nissen won the Dansk Meldoi Grand Prix in 2017 and as such will go on to represent Denmark at Eurovision 2017 in May with the song ‘Where I Am’. Get to know her a little bit better with our feature article 10 Things About…Anja Nissen!
It’s been another jumbo week for Eurovision selection shows and other Eurovision news this week! With five national finals taking place, find out how they all panned out!
Danish broadcaster DR concluded their search for their Eurovision 2017 entry tonight with the final of their selection show Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. They crowned Anja Nissen the winner with song ‘Where I Am’. They will go on to represent the nation in Kiev in May.
Danish broadcaster DR revealed earlier today the ten acts that will fight it out to represent Denmark in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix next month.
Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix came to a head tonight with ten acts vying to be chosen as the Danish Eurovision entry for 2016. In the end it was Lighthouse X that were chosen by the public to go to Stockholm to compete in May.
The ten acts competing in this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will shortly take to the stage in the hopes of being the Danish Eurovision act for 2016. But who did you vote as your favourite?