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Mike Spiteri, representative of Malta at the 1995 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was joined at the international event by the British band, Love City Groove who performed a song also bearing their name and which proved to be the beginning of a new era for the country, one which saw them being immensely innovative. Stephen Rudden, a songwriter/producer who had been a part of the group and had initially put the name of the band forward for an audition is amongst the songwriters hoping to get through to the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014. His entry, One Last…
It was almost six years ago, when Natalie Gauci took to the stage of the Malta Fairs and Conventions Centre as a special guest at the Malta Eurovision Song Content. On that occasion, she had performed Here I Am, a number #2 single in Australia along with Angel, the entry that represented Malta at the international spectacle back in 2005. This particular duet alongside balladeer Chiara was legendary and denoted as one of the most wonderful memories of the selection. Due to creative differences, Natalie left Sony Music Australia and started working on her follow-up material with an indie record…
Television Malta, through their official website, unveiled the names of the entries, songwriters and vocalists of those which got through the second phase of the 2014 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest. It is worth pointing out that a total of seventy (70) songs were selected by an international and local panel of judges. Most of the artists managed to get through with just one (1) entry but there were a couple of exceptions, those of which will be noted below. Out of the seventy (70) entries, only twenty (20) will get through, those of which will be announced…
Tomorrow, co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat with vocals by Gianluca was the most successful entry to represent Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest since Chiara's Angel back in 2005, eight (8) years ago. The journey to find the successor commenced a couple of weeks back with the Public Broadcasting Services receiving a total of two hundred and ten (210) submissions, a record since the broadcasting house took over the selection process, and the most in as many years. Anton Attard, Chief Executive Officer at the Public Broadcasting Services and also Head of Delegation commented on the vast amount…
Monday, 18 November 2013 22:15

MESC 2014: Second Phase Results Out Tomorrow

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Television Malta, the visual broadcasting arm for the Public Broadcasting Services have revealed that they will be revealed the official results of the first phase for the upcoming edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest through their portal, www.tvm.com.mt with the actual news item stating that it is the beginning of another process, one which will see Malta represented in Copenhagen, Denmark. The announcement will be made at noon, and with all the excitement, we are not ruling out a potential surge on the broadcasters' web portal. escflashmalta.com has discovered that there have been submissions by a number of former…
L-Għanja tal-Poplu, a local music competition which differs from the International Festival of Maltese Song and the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza for the simple reason that it promotes the singer/songwriter along with the use of traditional forms of music whilst also giving prime importance to the lyrics. The event, slated for the 15th March 2014 was officially unveiled to the general public and the media during a gathering held at the Manoel Theatre. There was one main change in the regulations, one which will see songwriters having no limit to the amount of songs they could have in the final stages.…
Malta's participation within the Eurovision Song Contest is regulated by the Public Broadcasting Services who earlier this week were accepting entries for the upcoming edition of the national selection. In an evening news bulletin read out by former Malta Eurovision Song Contest host, Keith Demicoli, it was revealed that a record number of two hundred and ten (210) submissions were received at the end of the allocated period. In 2013, Gianluca and his entry Tomorrow co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat was selected out of one hundred and eighty one (181) tracks, meaning that there have been thirty (30)…
Over the past twenty-four hours, the Public Broadcasting Services started receiving submissions for the 2014 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Creativity Hub in Gwardamangia. Due to Gianluca's overwhelming success with his track Tomorrow co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat, it is expected that the number of submissions will rise based on year-on-year analysis. Despite the fact that the weather has not been ideal, the editorial team at escflashmalta.com is optimistic that the song quality will be considerably better. Within the document entitled Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Regulations, the submission process along with anything one…
Tomorrow, co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat with vocals provided by Gianluca represented Malta at this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, getting through to the final, and ultimately achieving the nations' first top ten result in eight (8) years, when Chiara took to the stage for the second time with her self-penned entry Angel which had finished in second place. As of today, the Public Broadcasting Services will be receiving submissions from a number of music personnel with the hope of making it through to the final stages of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Within the…
Sinners, an extended play released by Lauren Aquilina managed to peak at number #66 in the United Kingdom with fan support through social media including Facebook and Twitter. It wasn't the first success though noting that her debut release, that entitled Fools also peaked at number #72 suggesting that her fan-base is on the increase. As the rules of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 were published by the Public Broadcasting Services in the past forty-eight (48) hours, it comes as no surprise that local fans would like her to put her name forward. Those who think it's not possible…