Following an initmate gig at St Anne’s Cathedral as part of Belfast’s Culture Night last week, Molly Sterling has revealed a music video for song ‘Ghost In My Bedroom’. The video was shot at Mountstewart Estate and Gardens near the town of Newtownabbey, which is a National Trust property and was also used as one of the filming locations for ‘Dracula: Untold’. First vampires, and now ghosts! Spooky!
Irish Eurovision 2015 singer Molly Sterling treated her Belfast audience to new music on Friday afternoon in a gig which formed part of the city’s 2016 Culture Night programme. The ‘Playing With Numbers’ singer took to the stage (or should that be altar) in St. Anne’s Cathedral to trial some of the new songs she had recently penned.Continue reading
Well Toto, it’s safe to say we’re very much not in Kansas Berlin anymore. I always knew being used to the comfortable surroundings of a centrally located luxury apartment meant that it was going to take some getting used to staying in a hostel in Vienna. However I was not prepared for the culture shock that lay ahead. Everything about the hostel has put me in really bad form and has led me to yelling the famous words from the Linda Martin song on several occasions ‘WHY ME?!’Continue reading
Today say the third day of rehearsals in Austria’s Wiener Stadhalle Arena. We were given a glimpse at how Norway, Montenegro, San Marino, Lithuania, Ireland, Malta, Czech Republic and Portugal would stage their songs ahead of the semi finals next week. Read on to find out more.Continue reading
Today saw a number of Eurovision contestants take to the stage to rehearse their songs for the first time. Among them was seventeen year old Irish singer Molly Sterling who yesterday shared her excitement on social media:Continue reading
Last night saw Ireland’s Eurovision hopeful Molly Sterling return to the Late Late Show to perform her song ‘Playing With Numbers’. Molly was accompanied by Greg French who co-wrote the song with Molly and gave a brief interview with host Ryan Tubridy before her updated rendition of her Eurovision song.Continue reading
Ireland’s Eurovision fortunes have really taken a turn for the worse ever since their hey days of the late 80s/early 90s when they won a record breaking seven times. While still unbeaten to this day, Ireland haven’t even come close in recent years. They failed to qualify in 2014 with Cann Linn and Kasey Smith. They came in 26th place of 26 in the Final in 2013 with Ryan Dolan. It took Jedward’s ‘Lipstick’ in 2011 to see Ireland with any decent chance of doing well. Read on to see what we make of their chances in 2015.Continue reading