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Daniel Diges cherishing something tiny: “Algo Pequeñito” for Spain

With his vast experience as a singer and actor, Daniel Diges is the ideal choice to perform Spain’s entry for Oslo 2010. Algo Pequeñito” was written by Jesús Cañadilla, Luis Miguel de la Varga, Alberto Jodar and Daniel Diges himself, and will be performed in the final on 29th May, at starting position #2. It’s Spain’s 50th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest since the country made its debut in 1961.

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With his vast experience as a singer and actor, Daniel Diges is the ideal choice to perform Spain’s entry for Oslo 2010. Algo Pequeñito” was written by Jesús Cañadilla, Luis Miguel de la Varga, Alberto Jodar and Daniel Diges himself, and will be performed in the final on 29th May, at starting position #2. It’s Spain’s 50th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest since the country made its debut in 1961.

For more info on Daniel Diges, see below please.

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About Daniel Diges

Daniel Diges has watched the Eurovision Song Contest since he was a child and he has always dreamed of taking part in it. This year his dream came true and he’ll represent Spain in Oslo.

Daniel Diges is an experienced singer and actor, who cut his teeth as a live singer on stage. He was recently awarded the Spanish national theatre prize for the best musicals’ actor. Diges has starred in the great majority of hit musicals which have been staged in Spain.

Besides music and theatre, Daniel has wide television experience as an actor in many drama and comedy series, and also as presenter and singer on a weekly children’s show.

His song, with a classical waltz base, speaks on the passionate and desperate need for those everyday details, so important but sometimes forgotten: a caress, a kiss, an apology, a flower. Little things, even tiny things that are very important in order to maintain an eternal love.

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27 comments

  1. We wish all the best Daniel in your carreer with your CD and Eurovision on May 29th in Oslo…You’re such a great artist and better person.

  2. Wat een enorm leuk nummer van Spanje. Is denk ik een goede keus.
    Zou best nog wel eens hoog kunnen eindigen.

  3. This song remembers me the beautiful latino serials from “90s. Este melodia es muy hermosa. Good Luck Daniel! Spain must have a good place this year in the ESC. Greetings from Romania!

  4. ¡Eres el mejor, Dani!!¡Qué tengas muchísima suerte en Oslo!

  5. Good luck dani¡¡¡ from spain i wish the best of you¡¡ VOTE FOR SPAIN & SOMETHING TINY¡¡ he should win¡¡

  6. ¡Venga dani que tu puedes! this is the best singer that we have to eurovision since 1995. ¡Spain is diferent! XD dani, danos un buen puesto.

  7. le hasard fait parfois bien les choses. je regarde tous les ans l’eurovison mais cette année travaillant le soir je n’ai pu regarder qu’a partir du n° 22. j’ai donc pu decouvrir l’espagne en fin d’emission. quelle bonheur j’ai de suite adoré et cette voix ! charmée que je suis. l’interprete est plutot beau garçon en plus.
    du coup j’ai fait des recherches sur le net et depuis samedi soir je ne cesse de me repasser cette superbe chanson. j’ai meme copier les paroles et je les chante acommpagné de mes enfants (bon y a du boulot car je maitrise pas tout a fait l’espagnol. il est plutot scolaire le mien et y a longtemps!) j’aimerai bien qu’on l’entente sur les ondes radio en France car c’est vraiment une belle melodie et ca nous changerez un peu de l’anglo saxon. alors a quand pour la france? j’ai tres envie d’acheter son album pour decouvrir ce chanteur qui m’a encore une fois transporté de bonheur .
    merci Daniel
    une admiratrice francaise.
    p@tty

  8. There’s certainly a lot to learn about this topic.
    I like all off the points you made.

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