September 21, 2019

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Interviews

In recent weeks, we have been quite busy by interacting with acts that will be representing their countries in this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Some of the artists are already well known in their country but nevertheless, there are also a number of performers who are still up and coming and that their victory was somewhat unexpected as is the case presented to the people here. One has to note that one of the more recent winners, in the form of Finland will be represented by the young Pernilla and her song När Jag Blundar. It will…
Ireland holds the record for the most victories at the Eurovision Song Contest having managed to finish at the top of the scoreboard, a stunning seven times but their last victory came back in 1996 thanks to Eimear Quinn and her song The Voice but nevertheless, there has been renowned interest in the competition following the participation of the popular twins; Jedward at last years' showcase with the song Lipstick which reached eight place at the end of the evening, the best result for the Western country since 2000 when Eamonn Toal had reached sixth place with the song Millennium …
One of the most successful countries to compete in the annual Eurovision Song Contest in recent years has surely been Germany since securing their second victory at the esteemed event back in 2010 at the hands of Lena Meyer-Landrut with the song Satellite written by John Gordon and Julie Frost. She returned to defend her title the following year with the track Taken By a Stranger written by Gus Seyffert, Nicole Morier and Monica Birkenes finishing in a respectable tenth place. This time round though, they initiated a call for artists as they had done the first time Lena was…
The annual Eurovision Song Contest is a competition which features several countries from the European continent though what is quite interesting is that each respective nation brings about a culture, one which is different than that to his neighbour and one which stands out above the rest making the event quite an interesting and rather acquired taste to follow. We have sought to make contact with a number of the participants int his years' edition of the competition especially those who will be competing alongside Kurt Calleja, the Maltese representative in the second semi-finals. The attention of the editorial board…
The 2012 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest is just a couple of weeks away and most of the countries are currently working on their promotional strategy in order to gain credibility in a number of countries and therefore, they set themselves up for television and radio appearances along with conducting a number of interviews with magazines, journals, newspapers and even websites. It is always a privilege to gain access to an artist and this is the case with Kurt Calleja who will be representing our very own country of Malta. What is quite intriguing that the artist is somewhat…
It is always a privilege to speak to some of the most entertaining individuals in the music industry and this is because, some professional personnel can end up teaching about things which might not have been heard of before hand. Some acts do not require a lot of introduction due to the fact that they are already extremely well known with a stunning background in this evening and this is the case with the next interviewee who has already represented his country as a singer, a songwriter and a host when the music competition moved there a couple of years…
In recent years, the local music scene has been thriving and this is due to the fact that a crop of artists is quickly emerging out of the shadows gaining recognition both on a national and an international scale. The growing dominance of the music market following the opening of the ITunes store in Malta might prove to be beneficial towards the industry with a number of vocal performances, songwriters and producers putting their best talents up to test in hope of reaching success of various levels. With the focus being on the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, one tends to…
Scandinavia as a region has been quite predominant at the Eurovision Song Contest noting that the countries within this particular area have been taking part for quite some time and have racked up a number of victories but then again, one country which is considered to be a part of this group is yet to notch that top result and have been under-rated for a number of years despite the outstanding quality of their entries. This nation in question is Iceland, which despite boasting a very small population of less than half a million people has huge musical potential. Their…
In the past couple of weeks, we have been bringing you the latest news and interviews from artists within the local music scene, managing to shake it up a bit by speaking to individuals whose genres are diverse ranging from tenor Joseph Calleja to pop sensation Kevin Borg amongst others. We have decided to turn our attention to international music scene and get in touch with an artist who has already done things which many still dream of doing.
Over the past couple of months, our interviews have been mainly put on the spot, the acts within the Eurovision Song Contest or stars in the lead up to the actual show from a number of nations yet with sweltering heat, we turn our focus to the local music industry once more as we speak to one of the most peculiar acts to ever grace the stage of the Mediterranean Conference Centre.