Eurovision NI’s Song of 2018: 40-31!

News, Song of 2018, Song of the Year

Today we begin the countdown of our top 40 songs of 2018 from past Eurovision participants. There was a wealth of great songs in 2018, here are our favourites 40-31!

Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Eight Results 

Song of 2016

group 7 Eurovision NI SOng of 2016
This week you have been voting in the last of our Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016 poll. The poll for group eight closed earlier today and we can now reveal the results.

Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Seven Results 

Song of 2016

group 7 Eurovision NI SOng of 2016
This week you have been voting in group seven of Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016 poll. The poll closed last night and we can now reveal the results.

Eurovision NI’s Song of 2016: Group Seven

Song of 2016

group 7 Eurovision NI SOng of 2016Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2016 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year.

Eurovision Top 100 (2007-2016) Full Chart

Eurovision Top 100 2007-2016, News

Eurovision NI Top 100 1-10Over the past week and a half we have been gradually unveiling our top 100 songs from the last ten years of Eurovision (2007-2016). Now that all has been revealed, here is the full countdown from number 100 to number one!

Eurovision Top 100 (2007-2016) Part Two

Eurovision Top 100 2007-2016, News

Eurovision Top 100
This week I began my countdown of my Top 100 Eurovision Songs from the past ten years. Yesterday I revealed those songs that placed 91-100, today I will count down the songs that placed from 81-90, join me tomorrow when songs 71-80 will be posted! Read on to find out if your favourites have made the list so far!

Hungary choose Boggie’s ‘Wars for Nothing’ for Eurovision 2015

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Hungary’s A DAL competition concluded tonight with Boggie coming out on top as the Hungarian choice for Eurovision 2015 with their song ‘Wars for Nothing’. The female singer’s anti-war song beat boy band Spoon’s ‘Keep Marching On’ in the final two.