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May we have your votes, please? It’s time again for a new edition of the Eurovision TOP 250!
For the seventh time this year, organised once again by 12points.tv, in collaboration with the international Eurovision fan clubs OGAE International, ESC Radio, and fan sites EurovisionBelgium.blogspot.com, Songfestivalweblog.nl and Ilkar.blogspot.com, Eurovision fans have the opportunity to vote for their favourites from the 59 years of Song Contest history and decide about the ranking. You can vote according to the official Eurovision voting system, awarding a set of points from 1 to 8, then 10 and finally 12 points to your personal no. 1 Eurovision song. The voting closes on Saturday, 13 December 2014.
The countdown of your 250 favourite ESC songs will be broadcast here on ESC Radio on the last day of the year, December 31.
To cast your vote, please go to http://12points.tv/esc250
For the results of last year’s voting please visit:
Two years after releasing his debut album Changes, Roman Lob (Germany 2012, Standing Still) is set to unveil his second studio album Home. A first teaser off the new CD, due to be released on 25 July, is the single All That Matters. The song was added to our playlist earlier this week and, as of today, is available for download on iTunes and amazon in most European countries.
Other recent releases come from Freaky Fortune, András Kállay-Saunders, Sigga Beinteins and Roger Cicero. Read more and check out the video clips…
Alexander Rybak, 2009 Eurovision Song Contest winner for Norway (Fairytale) is out with a new single, Into A Fantasy. The song is part of the European soundtrack for the American 3D computer-animated action fantasy film ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2′, which hits the movie theaters all over Europe in June and July. Into A Fantasy is available for download on all major digital platforms worldwide and it’s new on our playlist this week.
Read more to check out the music video and see what else is new on our playlist…
While the memories of Eurovision Copenhagen 2014 are still fresh and several entries from this year’s competition are still enjoying chart success in various European countries, we’d like to put the focus on a few latest single releases by former Eurovision participants. Our recent additions to the ESC Radio playlist include tracks by Helena Paparizou (Greece), Ani Lorak (Ukraine), Sinplus (Switzerland), Robin Stjernberg (Sweden), Edyta Górniak (Poland), Milan Stankovic (Serbia), Jedward (Ireland), among others.
Read more to check out the video clips and don’t miss to tune in to ESC Radio and enjoy!
After triumphing at this year’s ESC Radio Awards in two categories, Best Song and Best Male Artist, András Kállay-Saunders continues his winning ways: At the recent Hungarian Bravo Otto Awards, distributed by BRAVO, one of the largest and most popular European teen magazines published in almost twenty countries, András won the Best Song award for his Eurovision entry Running, placed 5th at the contest in Copenhagen in May.
András took the opportunity to thank the ESC Radio listeners who voted for him in our recent 2014 Awards poll. Very soon he will receive his ESC Radio Award trophies, so stay tuned for more! Watch here András’ thank you message…
For the complete results of this year’s ESC Radio Awards please visit http://www.escradio.com/2014/05/esc-radio-awards-2014-the-winners/
It’s time to reveal the winners of the 20 pairs of ESC Radio funglasses. In our picture puzzle from last week we wanted to know how many people on the picture do not wear glasses or, in other words, how many pairs of eyes are visible? The correct answer was: six pairs of eyes are visible, or twelve eyes.
The twenty lucky winners are: Hasan Özsoy (Turkey), Sascha Andreas Weisel (Germany), Adriána Filipová (Slovakia), Bjarne Jensen (Denmark), Vladimir Radišković (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Nargiz Gasimli (Azerbaijan), Dalécio Santulhao (France), Antonio Jesús Salamanca Barquín (Spain), Ingrid Neighbour (United Kingdom), Milan Japundzic-Krickic (Serbia), Erwan Coute (France), Nikolay Dimitrov (Bulgaria), Tania Gray (Australia), Irina Matveeva (Germany), Michael Rauchmann (Austria), Peter Toal (Ireland), Nordin Halifi Morales (Spain), Alicia Sosa Siverio (Spain), Adam Wrigley (United Kingdom), Jasmin Gronau (Germany). Congratulations! The winners will receive their prizes soon. Better luck next time for those who did not win.