November 14, 2019

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On the 23rd and 24th January, Nadine Axisa and Vinny Vella will be coming together in two concerts, “Songs”, which will be hosted in The Music Room at the St James Cavalier. In the past 12 months, both have released studio albums, with Nadine Axisa putting out “Velvet”, and Vinny Vella releasing “Another Way”.

The renowned duo, extremely good friends, will also be entertaining the audience with a series of covers, some of which are popular. Nadine, a veteran of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, had performed with Vinny in his critically acclaimed project “The Beatles Works” and “A Groovy Kind of Pop”.

The rest of the entourage will be featuring; drummer Joe Micallef, who definitely needs no introduction, having successfully performed in the Malta Jazz Festival on several occasions; bassist Edward Ellul, also another veteran, who currently plays with the band The Residents, and has also performed at the Malta Jazz Festival with another band Noir.

The evening, for which you may purchase tickets here, will also be featuring two special guests, Kris Spiteri and Andreana DeBattista, the latter having been a participant in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 with a song co-written by the aforementioned Vinny Vella. We urge you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: Press Release

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmQRnM6xdzU

Published in Local Music News

In 1994, Paul Harrington alongside Charlie McGettigan won the Eurovision Song Contest with the track Rock 'n' Roll Kids. It meant that Ireland would have accomplished a hat-trick whilst also having the burden of hosting once more, something which they seemingly did effortlessly despite the tight budget. He did return to Birmingham as a backing vocalist to Dawn Martin as she represented Ireland in 1998 with the song Is Always Over Now? ultimately finishing in ninth place. This was an edition where he kept to the sidelines because the commentators did not even realise that he had taken up the position in a successful effort not to overshadow the lead performer.

Since the days of the Eurovision Song Contest, Paul Harrington has been working as a soloist, taking to the piano and performing covers or original songs. His last studio album release entitled Songs featured new recordings of tracks from favourite songwriters including Billy Joel, Lionel Richie and Paul Brady but nevertheless, Paul Harrington is back with an extended play of original material. Bearing the name, Grow Old With Me, it features the RTE Concert Orchestra as well as Bill Shanley on Electric/Acousting Guitars, Brass and Keyboards, Sean Devitt on Drums with Ciarana Byrne taking care of the string recordings and Fabin Murphy responsible for the string arrangement. You may purchase your copy of the extended play through iTunes. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news. 

Source: Official Facebook Page

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngIgWYCIwwo