Bristol Pride – Putting Bristol on the Eurovision Map
Bristol Pride remains the largest free Pride festival in the UK and yesterday it reached new levels of support with the biggest turnout in the event’s history. It was a privilege to work on such an important event, promoting equality, diversity, combining my Eurovision passion with the local community to generate a special Eurovision thread within Bristol Pride. The success of the Eurovision feature at this year’s Bristol Pride may open the door for a greater Eurovision theme in future years. British Eurovision winners, Bucks Fizz had the 25,000 crowd dancing across Castle Park as they performed their legendary skirt ripping routine. Combining Bristol Pride and Eurovision to promote social diversity This year, I was able to work with the organisers to bring some of the all time favourite Eurovision acts together at Bristol Pride. Attracting the Eurovision community to Bristol is a great opportunity for local businesses and venues,Read More
Has Estonia combined the last Eurovision’s top two songs for 2015?
Estonia chose its 2015 Eurovision Song Contest entry last night and there’s a nagging feeling that Goodbye to Yesterday by Elina Born & Stig Rasta have come up with a song that combines some of the main themes of the songs that finished first and second in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. Does this translate into a second Estonian Eurovision Song Contest victory for ETV in 2015? Video courtesy of the Official Eurovision Song Contest website. I’m not so sure that Estonia can top the Eurovision Song Contest scoreboard this year. Experts have tried to find Eurovision song formulae over many years but the truth is that no matter how hard you try to formulate a song for the competition, you can never predict what competition will come in, where you are in the running order or be sure of how juries and televoters will react to the live performance.Read More
Italy are early Eurovision favourites with Il Volo and Grande Amoure
Today RAI confirmed that Italy’s 2015 Eurovision Song Contest entry will be the smash hit ‘San Remo Song Contest’ entry Grande Amore by three piece operatic pop/rock band Il Volo. Bookmakers across Europe have immediately smashed the odd on Italy winning the Eurovision Song Contest on May 23rd in Vienna. Italy are now the 11/5 favourites to win this year’s Eurovision. Il Volo and Grande Amore has already had more than 5 million youtube views as they performed at the San Remo festival in Italy last week. The trio with powerful operatic voices stormed to victory and Italian broadcaster RAI beleives they can take that music competition success through from Italy to the rest of Europe and achieve a third Eurovision Song Contest win for Italy later this year. The official Eurovision Song Contest website stated: It’s been a week full of emotions, fashion and, of course, music in ItalyRead More
Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna Eurovision Song Contest!
Israel has turned to Nadav Guedj to represent the small East Mediterranean nation at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. His task will be to qualify from the semi finals for the first time since Harel Skaat in 2010. Israel has tried with a female soloist for the last two years, finishing only 14th in the semi final on both occasions, despite being tipped as certain qualifiers. Nadav Guedj wins Israeli ticket to Vienna! Tonight 16-year-old Nadav Guedj was chosen to represent Israel in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. The result of the show was decided by the … See Original Article Israel are three time Eurovision Song Contest winners, having been the first country to win the competition outright two years in a row in 1978 and 1979. They last won in 1998 with the world famous Dana International and her international hit song, Diva. Nadav Guedj was not evenRead More