28 July 2017

Interviews

The coverage of the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest has started in full swing with the national finals reports taking place live through ESCflashmalta.com with each passing week. On the 27th February 2010, Georgia held a national in which their entrant who had already been selected internally sang a number of songs by local and foreign composers out of which one emerged as the winner. Marc Calleja Bayliss has interviewed the interesting and multi-talented Sofia Nizharadze exclusively through ESCflashmalta.com as he delves into her participation within the second semi-final round of this years’ event and her career thus far. You showed clear and distinct dedication to your voice and artistic abilities at quite a young age having commenced performing on a stage at the young and tender age of 5. Did you always want to be a part of the music business and had you not succeeded what would you career…
Our Chief Editor namely Marc Calleja Bayliss has interviewed the talented Niamh Kavanagh who as you will find out is not new to the Eurovision Song Contest. Many fans say that she has brought Ireland back on track. See what she had to tell us below. Starting off with a point of reference from the previous interview where I had mentioned that the 90’s were a spectacular decade for Ireland with successive victories and high positions. In the meantime, the way that the nation treated it was much higher actually as well because from a Eurosong selection held at The Point in Dublin back in 1993, you moved into the RTE Television Studios for the Eurosong Selection this year. What happened to the importance that Ireland used to give the Eurovision Song Contest and do you think that you can convince them to bring back traditional values?I can see how…
Emil Calleja Bayliss has interviewed the amazingly talented and nationally popular Thea Garrett exclusively through ESCflashmaltacom as he delves into her participation within the semi-final round of this years’ event and how she has been dealing with the victory since February. This years’ Malta Eurosong was criticized by both local and foreign media. Had you been one of the persons watching the contest at the MFCC or at home, who would you have voted for? Do you think that this year’s standards were higher or lower when compared to previous years? From my point of view, I think the standard of songs in general was lower but the thing is that once you listen to them on the night, every song is much better than on the semi-final or backing through the CD track. On the night everybody looks and sounds better so. In fact my opinion did change from…
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