With selection shows in full swing, we take a break from this year’s Contest and look at the new releases from some of our favourite singers from the past few years. February sees new releases from former winner Jamala, as well as France’s Amir, Armenia’s Iveta Mukuchyan, Croatian Jacques Houdek and a duet between Norwegian producer JOWST and last year’s runner up Kristian Kostov.
Promotion ahead of Eurovision is key. It allows acts to give fans an idea of what they’re all about ahead of their one off performance at the finals. The best way to showcase this is with a video to accompany the Eurovision song. Here are the eight videos that made the most lasting impression on us. Which will be named the Best Video at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017?
The visual presentation has become as important as the vocal and song presentation at Eurovision. You have three minutes to impress, and this can’t always be easily achieved with music alone. In oreder to catch the audiences eye, especially in a field of 40+ entries, acts have had come up with innovative ways to stick out over the years. Here are the nominees for the Best Staging at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017.
2017 was an epic year at Eurovision and not just for sax, but for music in general. Our next category honours the Best Song at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017. The winner will be announced at our live ceremony in October. Until then vote for your favourite in our poll. The nominees are…
Eurovision 2017 gave us some noteworthy males with some great songs, great voices and great bodies. We have mulled over the criteria and have shortlisted our favourite six performers from the bunch for the category of Best Male at the Eurovision NI Awards 2017. Read on to find out who made the cut. The winners will be announced at the Eurovision NI Awards ceremony in October. Until then vote for your favourite in the poll.
Hovig is Cyprus’ pick for 2017, having narrowly missed out on being chosen in 2015 with his song ‘Stone in a River’. In 2017, he’ll sing ‘Gravity’ but can he defy gravity and the odds and go on to win.
We are now in the penultimate week of the Eurovision World Cup 2017! Four countries remain in the running (United Kingdom, Sweden, Cyprus and Israel) and they will now face off against each other head to head in this the Semi Final Round. Only two of the songs will make it into next week’s final, so be sure to vote wisely. The match ups are below.
Eight acts have been battling it out for a place in the Eurovision World Cup Semi Finals. The polls closed on sunday evening and we can now reveal the results.
Eight acts remain in 2017 Eurovision World Cup. They will now do battle in this the Quarter Final round of the competition. The four winning acts will make it through to the final four and next week’s Semi Finals. You can vote now for your favourites.
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.