PÆNDA will represent Austria at Eurovision 2019. Check out 10 Things About…PÆNDA!
Gabriela Horn aka Pænda is Austrian’s pick for Eurovision 2019. The announcement was made by Austrian broadcaster ORF early this morning on a breakfast radio show.
Austria had chosen Cesar Sampson for Eurovision 2018 back in December. The singer had revealed his song title as ‘Nobody But You’ and three and a half months on we finally get to hear it for the first time. Have a listen!
Austria breaks its Eurovision silence and today announced that they will be represented by singer Cesar Sampson at Eurovision 2018.
24 year old singer from Innsbruck, Nathan Trent was chosen to represent Austria at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest back in December last year. The song announcement came earlier this morning when he unveiled ‘Running On Air’. Listen to it for yourself below.
24 year old singer from Innsbruck, Nathan Trent has been chosen to represent Austria at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. The announcement this morning came from the Austrian broadcaster ORF, who have chosen the singer via an internal selection process.
Austria staged their national selection show Wer Singt Fur Osterreich last night. Ten singers took to the stage to perform the song with which they wanted to represent Austria at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Austria will stage their national selection show: ‘Wer singt für Österreich?’ (or ‘Who Will Sing For Austria?’) from 20.15 CET tonight. Ahead of this we had asked you to listen to all the songs and vote for your favourite in our poll. Well, the results are in. Let’s find out who won…
Austria have competed in the Eurovision Song Contest forty eight times and have won the contest on two occasions: Udo Jürgens’ ‘Merci, Chérie’ (1966) and more recently with Conchita Wurst’s ‘Rise Like a Phoenix’ in 2014. Until Conchita’s win (and since) Austria have fallen short, only having qualified for 4 finals since 2004. Austria have finished last on eight occasions and have received nul points four times: 1962, 1988, 1991 and last year when the MakeMakes failed to makemake a lasting impression on Europe with ‘I Am Yours’.