26
December
2017

Eleven acts are asking the question: Is This The Way To San Marino

While our team hibernated over the Christmas holidays, San Marino announced the eleven acts vying for a chance to represent them at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

Casting aside the likes of British talent Karl William Lund and Cypriot, Nearxos Evangelou, at least ten of the acts, now find themselves wondering how they are going to travel to San Marino, to compete in the final.

The only native finalist is IROL, real name Lorenzo Salvatori.He was announced by San Marino royalty, Valentina Monetta, last week as the third wild card, from the 1 in 360 competition. San Marino has been using this selection method to find their 2018 act. Below is the full list of the chosen ones.

Jenifer Besky

German Jenifer submitted a cover version of Sia’s Chandelier to the 1 in 360 competition. She is also a successful actress in her native country.

Franklin Calleja

Franklin placed 5th in MaltaSong 2015, with the Alexander Rybak penned Still Here.This was the song he used to apply for 1 in 360. He then placed third behind Ira Losco and Brooke in Malta’s Eurosong 2016 with the songLittle Love. He then came 5th last year with the song Follow Me. This year the Arkansas born, Msida native gives his home country a miss.

Sara de Blue

With her hair, a natural blue colour, Austrian Sara wailed her way to the San Marino final, accompanied by her trusted keyboard. Sara’s Sex wasn’t quite on Fire, in the Voice of Germany 2013, when she was eliminated against Katharina Schoofs in the Showdown rounds. However, Sara has continued to perform, having a big hit in Austria with Walking On Water in 2014.

Judah Gavra

Judah is often cited as a potential candidate for his home country, Israel. In 2013 he placed 4th with the song Hayom and has often been expected as a contender every year. However, this has not happened despite successful releases Falling and Stay.

IROL

24 year old rapper IROL has released 2 EP’s Perso nel tempo and Distanze, along with one album Stato mentale. Born in San Marino he began rapping professionally at the age of 14.

Tinashe Makura

Tinashe is the only non European native chosen for the final. Tinashe comes from Zimbabwe but is often based in Malaysia, so he will have quite the flight getting to San Marino. Tinashe released the 7 track album, Hello in 2017. He auditioned with the summery title track.

Giovanni Montalbano

Italian Giovanni won the second wild card with a massive 388,712 votes. This means that if he is chosen as San Marinos entry and everyone who voted for him tries to buy a ticket for Eurovision, not only will they crash blueticket.pt’ site – they will crash the internet. Giobanni auditioned with the song Between The Clouds.

Jessika Muscat

The second Malteser chosen for the finals. Jessika is another regular from the Malta Song contests, appearing in 2009 with the song Smoke Screen. In 2014 she came 8th with the song Hypnotica, and then she placed 9th with Fandango.

Camilla North

Norwegian Camilla released her own self-titled album back in 2008.She runs her own music school. She also is a model back home in Norway. Add to this list that she is a successful songwriter and has released several singles. Auditioning with Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, being chosen as one of San Marino’s top11 must be a career highlight.

Emma Sandström

Everyone’s favourite third placer from Finland’s UMK 2017 when she sang Circle of Light, here’s Emma in San Marino as the first chosen wild card.

Sebastian Schmidt

The final contestant, Sebastian hails from Germany. He auditioned with Sara Bareilles song Gravity.

The dates for the final have yet to be determined. However, San Marino are out to beat Sweden and Lithuania, with eight shows, where the acts will battle it out. The top 3 contestants will compete against each other in the final. Nick Earles will host this final, where each of the three best will perform a cover and an original song.

Zoë Straub, Austrian representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 and choreographer Vince Bugg have been confirmed as two of the four judges of the 1 in 360 shows. They will take place in January and February 2018.

Categories: Eurovisionary

25
December
2017

Albania: Read back our live blog of Festivali i Kenges 56

The first national final of the season is already upon us. Albania select their representative for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. Last year, Albania failed to qualify for the Grand Final, so this year, will the Albanian public and jury select a song that will gain them qualification?

The show in Albania starts at 21:00CET (20:00 GMT), and is bring broadcast from the Palace of Congresses in Tirana. The host of the show is Adi Krasta. In total there are 8 qualifiers from Semi final 1 and 6 qualifier from semi final 2. The final result will be 100% decided by the Albanian jury. Viewers outside of Albania can watch the show live on RTSH 1. The finalists (in performance order) are as follows:

  1. Redon Makashi – Ekziston
  2. NA & Festina Mezini – Tjetër jetë
  3. Voltan Prodani – E pamundur
  4. Denisa Gjezo – Zemër ku je
  5. Tiri Gjoci – Orë e ndalur
  6. Orgesa Zaimi – Ngrije zërin
  7. Rezarta Smaja & Luiz Ejilli -Ra një yll
  8. Artemisa Mithi – E dua botën
  9. Manjola Nallbani – I njëjti qiell
  10. Inis Neziri -Piedestal
  11. Bojken Lako – Sytë e shpirtit
  12. Mariza Ikonomi – Unë
  13. Eugent Bushpepa – Mall
  14. Elton Deda – Fjalët

All songs will be sung in Albanian, with the winning song (most likely) being translated into English and remixed ready for the Eurovision Song Contest.

*Most recent comment will appear at the top*

*Live blog now complete*

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00:15 CET And the Winner is… Eugent Bushpepa with the song Mall

This was always a fans favourite, and the jury could not really ignore the will of the people. I am now singing off for tonight, what a wonderful and impressive show this has been from the Palace of Congresses in Tirana. Well done to RTSH for putting on a spectacular show. We look forward to greeting Eugent in Lisbon.

23:45 CET

Now an interval act with an old fashioned feel to it. That is the feel people think about when people mention this festival to them. Having spoken to some fellow fans tonight, they think that RTSH should move with the times and update the show.

23:35 CET

And that is all the songs completed for tonight. A much higher standard of show this year in terms of song, still some dodgy camera work (but that always happens during a live trans-Continental production). RTSH have really outdone themselves this year.

23:35 CET – Elton Deda – Fjalët

This is a pop/blues/show song. By show song I mean a song you would see in a musical. A very beat-y up tempo song, and this time with a look, voice and sound to match. This is not generic, but it is not refreshing either. I think the voice needs a lot of work to get some power behind it. However, saying that, I think it would do well at Eurovision, possibly just scrape qualification. This performance, and this one alone seems a bit off key and lacking that extra something.

23:29 CET – Eugent Bushpepa – Mall

This is a fans favourite from all the songs tonight. He gets an amazing reaction even before the song starts. This is an up tempo pop song, which is really refreshing to hear in Albania. This could easily sound like a chart topper in Albania considering the reaction it got. The beat is very refreshing, dramatic and goes with the song and the strength of his voice really well. Bit of a weak voice in parts, which can easily be improved on before May, should this song win. One of the top performances from tonight. This would qualify for Albania I think if it won, and was improved on, and sung in the original language.

23:22 CET -Mariza Ikonomi – Unë

This is the sort of ballad I would think of as being in a film or the title song to a film. It has that very film score type feel and sound to it. As traditional ballads are, the song is very slow tempo with a powerful voice to match, again, sadly without the look to match.

23:09 CET

A saucy dance troupe dancing to the song ‘Be Italian’ by Fergie.

23:02 CET – Bojken Lako – Sytë e shpirtit

An extremely low voice. I would say it comes in the Baritone range. This is another generic ballad with similar pace and beats to the previous song, but sadly with no voice or stage look to match the genre of the song. He seems like he has a voice more suited to a heavy rock/heavy metal song. This would not suit a Eurovision stage at all.

22:57 CET – Inis Neziri -Piedestal

Another female solo ballad with a powerful voice behind it. The song has typical ballad beats in it with no change of tempo to give it some power or something different. It is very generic. Inis has a strong voice but needs a lot of work to make the song even more powerful and dramatic, and more worthy of a possible victory.  Personally I think her voice is showing that she lacks experience.

22:51 CET – Manjola Nallbani – I njëjti qiell

I would say this is an electric song. Manjola has a very strong voice. The song slows in the chorus. She is singing an an operatic voice, which I do not think suits the song. The rest of the song is absolutely perfect. The beats in the song add a dramatic pace to the song, in those aspects the voice does not match. If the operatic aspects were sung normally, then this would be flawless. She is dressed in all black. She is getting an amazing reaction from the spectators in Tirana. Could this be their winner?

22:38 CET

This is an interval act now. This guy sung at a previous edition of Festivali i Kenges. He has managed to get the crowd upon their feet dancing along to his song. He is very big in Albania.

22:23 CET – Artemisa Mithi – E dua botën

This is a jazz/ballad/blues song. Artemisa has a strong-ish voice, but I think it needs a bit of work to reach the highest notes in the song. The song changes tempo quite quickly, so that might be why? Other than that it was a flawless performance. There could be more energy in this song and performance I think, not an OMG moment for Albania.

22:19 CET – Rezarta Smaja & Luiz Ejilli -Ra një yll

This is a typical duet ballad. The female voice starts off really strong, then the male voice comes in, they harmonise so well together. The woman voice is so strong, and these voices work so well together. The song is so dramatic, which, combined with their voices, makes that feeling of dramatic energy so much stronger They are both wearing all black. Another possible OMG moment, yes it is a ballad, but previous few ballads have been sung my solo females, this mixes that up really well.

22:05 CET – Orgesa Zaimi – Ngrije zërin

This is an OMG moment for Albania. Yes it is a ballad, but it is not styled like one at the beginning, and the tempo changes, Orgesa has an amazing voice, which peaks in the middle of the song. She is dressed in her own unique way, but it is still very classy. The backing singers really add a lot to this song, they don’t carry Orgesa through. The orchestra definitely add a lot of definition to this song.

22:00 CET – Tiri Gjoci – Orë e ndalur

This, to me (the song) would sound something like Michael Buble would sing. It is a contemporary Jazz/Blues/Rock upbeat number. This guy is doing very well with his vocals. He sounds as though he is in a similar range as well to Michael Buble (I wonder if there is any inspiration there). It is a refreshing different sound to what the dramatic ballads normally sound like. He is wearing all black so he looks extremely smart. I think this song would do very well for Albania at Eurovision as it is different to what they have had in the past

21:54 CET

Now it is after the break, and another interval act from a fabulous dance troupe. The dance, music and outfit, everything about them is dramatic.

21:36 CET

Now we have an interval act with music from the orchestra, which began with a women in a ballerina’s leotard cycling on stage (yes you did read that right). This was a tribute to 2 Albanian artists who recently passed away, now there is a minute applause from all at the Palace of Congresses in Tirana.

21:36 CET: Denisa Gjezo – Zemër ku je

A great song, with a great song to match again. The song is a ballad with some different sounding beats in it. Denisa has a strong voice which can reach very high notes in the song. The song has some change of tempo but it remains as a ballad. The guitars add a rock type feel to this song and it makes it very refreshing from the typical ballad song I think this could qualify for Albania in Lisbon. Tonight Denisa is wearing a long and puffy black sparkly dress with black gloves and she has the rock chick type of look to go with the guitar element of the song.

21:28 CET: Voltan Prodani – E pamundur

Very weak vocals, and the echos do absolutely nothing to the song. It would be so much better with out the echos but keeping the choir voices. In what can be described as the chorus, the tempo changes considerably, his voice seems to suit this change of tempo. This is a cross between slow rock and jazz, not a combinations that should be mixed together. He is in a casually laid back outfit of jeans, tshirt, blazer and a hat.

21:22 CET: NA & Festina Mezini – Tjetër jetë

Their voices go so well together, and the guitar chords at the beginning of the song are well played. Costumes are very smart, so it looks like they have considered the occasion well. I think this song would bring a very welcome back from tradition from what Albania have sent for the previous few years. This had elements of several different genres so it was extremely hard to pinpoint one in particular, but the guitar/rock elements stood out for me.

21:12 CET: Redon Makashi with Ekziston

And here we are with the first song.  He seems to be having some technical difficulties, but we are off. The start with the trumpets and one drum beat is very dramatic. Very laid back outfit as he is wearing jeans with a t-shirt and a blazer. Great dramatic voice to match the great dramatic beat of the song. Bit shaky in the top vocals but they can easily be worked on. The choir definitely add a lot to this composition, but at Eurovision, the choir would not be there. He is playing the piano which is adding to the dramatic effect of this song so great work all around on this song. This was a typical ballad suited to a male voice, and with a bit of work, this could do well.

21:00 CET (20:00 GMT)

I hope you are all as ready as I am for the first national final of 2018. If the semi finals are anything to go by, we are in for a long show. So sit back, relax and enjoy the commentary I (Sadie) shall be providing here on ESCDaily.

Categories: ESC Daily

24
December
2017

Eurovision Newsletter, WithThe Only Festive Playlist You Need

…but before all that, I asked the ESC Insight editorial team to nominate some of their favourite Eurovision-related Christmas songs. Here’s what we came up with – we hope it provides a suitably festive soundtrack to your holiday season…

ESC Insight Christmas Playlist

NaviBand – Plakali Vetry

This lovely seasonal song is a couple of years old now, but I still don’t feel like enough people have heard this. Belarus’s nicest couple have had quite a big 2017 (2 albums, a tour and Eurovision) and with the heartwarming news that they’re expecting a baby band member, 2018 looks set to be even bigger… Ellie Chalkley

Sandra Nurmsalu Kvartett – Jõuluingel

How about Sandra Nurmsalu’s version of “Jõuluingel” a traditional Estonian Christmas Carol? – John Egan

Gunnar Ólason – Komdu um jólin

For a Christmas song with a double-dose of Eurovision, check out “Komdu Um Jólin” by Gunnar Ólason. This member of Two Tricky and Sjónni’s Friends turned Tozzi and Raf’s evergreen “Gente di mare” into a fabulous Icelandic-language holiday song. – Samantha Ross

Tina Karol – The Christmas Story

I can’t settle on just one song, rather just an artist. The Christmas Story special from Tina Karol – filled with traditional and Ukrainian seasonal favourites… – Sharleen Wright

Conchita & Ina Regen – Heast as Net

It has to be Heast as Net by Conchita and Ina Regen for me. This wasn’t really intended to be a Christmas song, but started as a YouTube collaboration for fun. The song was then given permission to be released by writer Hubert von Goisern and immediately hit the charts in Austria and has now kind of morphed into a song for Christmas.

The song is written in the Austrian dialect of German and includes yodelling. Yes folks, Conchita learned to yodel – and it’s very, very good! – Lisa-Jayne Lewis

Paula Seling, OVI, Chiara Siracusa & Niamh Kavanagh – Happy New Year 

Okay it’s not strictly Christmas, but here in Scotland we’ve always got half an eye Hogmanay and the New Year celebrations. so I’m going with a live version of ‘Happy New Year’ that racks up the Eurovision spotters points as it’s a four way between a huge number of Song Contest favourites – Paula Seling, Ovi, Chiara, and Niamh Kavanagh.

Plus it’s Abba when they were in full-on Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumors’ mode (well, as full-on as polite Swedish high society would let them). Who doesn’t love a big family argument and an awkward morning after during the festivities? – Ewan Spence

Shirley Clamp – Do They Know It’s Christmas?

There’s only one possible nomination I could make for this week’s playlist. Swedish singer Shirley Clamp is well known and much loved by Eurovision fans for her six participations at Melodifestivalen. Back in 2004, she also released this utterly ridiculous Schlager-fied take on the Band Aid classic ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’.

Why did Shirley feel compelled to reinvent the song so dramatically? Did any of the royalties go to charity? Is she aware how inappropriately joyous she sounds as she belts out the immortal line “Well tonight Thank God it’s them, instead of you”? I have no idea, but one thing I do know is that this is the only version of the song that I dig out all year round. Enjoy… – John Lucas

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24
December
2017

Newsletter: The only festive playlist you’ll need this year…

But before all that, I asked the ESC Insight editorial team to nominate some of their favourite Eurovision-related Christmas songs. Here’s what we came up with – we hope it provides a suitably festive soundtrack to your holiday season…

ESC Insight Christmas Playlist

NaviBand – Plakali Vetry

This lovely seasonal song is a couple of years old now, but I still don’t feel like enough people have heard this. Belarus’s nicest couple have had quite a big 2017 (2 albums, a tour and Eurovision) and with the heartwarming news that they’re expecting a baby band member, 2018 looks set to be even bigger… Ellie Chalkley

Sandra Nurmsalu Kvartett – Jõuluingel

How about Sandra Nurmsalu’s version of “Jõuluingel” a traditional Estonian Christmas Carol? – John Egan

Gunnar Ólason – Komdu um jólin

For a Christmas song with a double-dose of Eurovision, check out “Komdu Um Jólin” by Gunnar Ólason. This member of Two Tricky and Sjónni’s Friends turned Tozzi and Raf’s evergreen “Gente di mare” into a fabulous Icelandic-language holiday song. – Samantha Ross

Tina Karol – The Christmas Story

I can’t settle on just one song, rather just an artist. The Christmas Story special from Tina Karol – filled with traditional and Ukrainian seasonal favourites… – Sharleen Wright

Conchita & Ina Regen – Heast as Net

It has to be Heast as Net by Conchita and Ina Regen for me. This wasn’t really intended to be a Christmas song, but started as a YouTube collaboration for fun. The song was then given permission to be released by writer Hubert von Goisern and immediately hit the charts in Austria and has now kind of morphed into a song for Christmas.

The song is written in the Austrian dialect of German and includes yodelling. Yes folks, Conchita learned to yodel – and it’s very, very good! – Lisa-Jayne Lewis

Paula Seling, OVI, Chiara Siracusa & Niamh Kavanagh – Happy New Year 

Okay it’s not strictly Christmas, but here in Scotland we’ve always got half an eye Hogmanay and the New Year celebrations. so I’m going with a live version of ‘Happy New Year’ that racks up the Eurovision spotters points as it’s a four way between a huge number of Song Contest favourites – Paula Seling, Ovi, Chiara, and Niamh Kavanagh.

Plus it’s Abba when they were in full-on Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumors’ mode (well, as full-on as polite Swedish high society would let them). Who doesn’t love a big family argument and an awkward morning after during the festivities? – Ewan Spence

Shirley Clamp – Do They Know It’s Christmas?

There’s only one possible nomination I could make for this week’s playlist. Swedish singer Shirley Clamp is well known and much loved by Eurovision fans for her six participations at Melodifestivalen. Back in 2004, she also released this utterly ridiculous Schlager-fied take on the Band Aid classic ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’.

Why did Shirley feel compelled to reinvent the song so dramatically? Did any of the royalties go to charity? Is she aware how inappropriately joyous she sounds as she belts out the immortal line “Well tonight Thank God it’s them, instead of you”? I have no idea, but one thing I do know is that this is the only version of the song that I dig out all year round. Enjoy… – John Lucas

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24
December
2017

10 more Christmas songs by Eurovision artists which we recommend

Christmas is being celebrated all over the world, these days. We bring you here 10 more great Christmas carols sung by Eurovision artists to add to your playlist. Merry Christmas to everyone, no matter when and how you celebrate it.

We already brought you ten Christmas songs by Eurovision artists, which you should consider adding to your playlist. That included artists like Johnny Logan, Cliff Richard, Kalomira, Tommy Seebach and Ilse DeLange. But there are a lot more songs which is worth to pay attention to, so here are 10 more.

Contents

  • 1 Dima Bilan – Last Christmas
  • 2 Grethe Inmann – Jeg Så Julemanden Kysse Mor
  • 3 Tina Karol – Тиха Ніч
  • 4 Katy Garbi -O Χειμώνας o βαρύς
  • 5 Celine Dion – Oh Holy Night
  • 6 Litesound – Shooting Star
  • 7 Alexander Rybak and Didrik Solli-Tangen – Presents
  • 8 Il Volo – Christmas Medley
  • 9 Zoë – La Nuit Des Merveilles
  • 10 Dami Im – All I Want For Christmas Is You

Dima Bilan – Last Christmas

You will probably have to look twice to notice that is indeed the Russian Eurovision winner from 2009, Dima Bilan. He performed with this version of Wham’s Last Christmas on the TV show ‘Точь в точь’, where the purpose is to dress up like another performer – and no one can be in doubt that this is a George Michael imitation.

Grethe Inmann – Jeg Så Julemanden Kysse Mor

In Denmark many artists have recorded Christmas songs, both original, but also translations of foreign ones. This one is by the country’s first Eurovision winner Grethe Ingmann. It translates to ‘I Saw Santa Kissing Mum’, and yes, it is a Danish version of the internationally well known I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa originally recorded in 1952 by 13 year old Jimmy Boyd, but later made very famous by Jackson5.

Tina Karol – Тиха Ніч

Moving over to Ukraine, we find Tina Karol’s version of the well known song in English known as ‘Silent Night’. Tína represented her country at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest. That time, she sang in English, this time, she keeps it in Ukrainian. The lyrics in this version are quite close to the original, so when listening, you can just enjoy without wondering what she sings about.

Katy Garbi -O Χειμώνας o βαρύς

We continue with another cover version of a well known Christmas song. Here is a Greek version of Winter Wonderland. This one is sung by Katy Garbi who represented Greece at the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest. Katy gets help by a children choir on this one, which in its lyrics are close to the original.

Celine Dion – Oh Holy Night

Canadian Celine Dion won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1988 – before she became the superstar she is today. Oh Holy Night is originally from 1847, and French, but in recent years, the most famous version has become one by Mariah Carey. The song tells about the birth of Jesus.

Litesound – Shooting Star

From Belarus, Litesound gave us this Christmas song, which has a bit more guitar on than most songs we heat at this season, although the video starts with one being kicked out of the house! The band represented their country at the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest.

Alexander Rybak and Didrik Solli-Tangen – Presents

Two Eurovision artists in one. That’s what you get on this Christmas song. The song has been added quite some humour and tells how the two men keeps spotting the same girls. They are ready to give away the presents under the Christmas tree, if the other one would back off. At the end, they agree that girls come and go, but their friendship will remain, and as such the presents are for both of them.

Il Volo – Christmas Medley

In Italy, we find the handsome trio Il Volo who took part in the 2015 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. This trio received big international recognition afterwards, and of course Christmas is also on their repertoire. In this medley you find the internationally well known songs Jingle Bell Rock, Let It Snow and It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of Year.

Zoë – La Nuit Des Merveilles

‘The night of miracles’, that’s what Zoë’s Christmas song here translates to. She represented Austria at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with a song in French, just as this one. In this song Zoë asks Pere Noël if he received her letter. In between mentioning the snowy weather, the lights and Christmas night itself, she adds that all she wants, is love for everyone.

Dami Im – All I Want For Christmas Is You

We end with a Christmas song, which you have probably heard a lot, although maybe not in this version. Here is Dami Im, who represented Australia at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest where she finished second. Enjoy.

We at Eurovisionary.com would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas for you and your loved ones.

Categories: Eurovisionary

24
December
2017

Eugent Bushpepa wins Festivali i Kenges 56 in Albania

After a long night and 16 songs, we finally have a winner in Albania. The winner is Eugent Bushpepa with the song Mall. The winner from the RTSH broadcast was chosen by 100% jury vote. 

The show started at 21:00 CET and lasted up until :00 CET, and was broadcast from the Palace of Congresses in Tirana. So it was a long night for performers, hosts and jury members. This show was at a much higher standard compared to previous years. Eugent breaks tradition from previous years, as the last 2 years have been solo females, so this song could do extremely well for Albania in Lisbon.

The Results

So Eugent placed 1st, then Redon Makashi placed 2nd and Iris Neziri placed 3rd. No jury scores are available at the moment, but those are the op 3 placings from the show tonight. You can find more information about the show in the live blog we published during the evening.

The Winner

Eugent is a famous Albanian rock musician. He was born in 1984, but has not lived his whole life in Albania. He moved to Italy for several years before returning to Albania to host a talk show at Top Channel. On Top Show, he is a resident singer and covers many famous songs. To date he has no albums but 12 singles, and has won 4 top music awards in Albania. He is one of Albania’s top music stars.

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