All across Europe the national selections for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest are well underway. Switzerland started the season end of last year, Albania held their Festivali i Këngës end of December, Spain, Lithuania, Hungary, Belarus, the United Kingdom and many others are following on the heels to find their …Read More »
Last night, during the last thirty minutes of the year the countdown of the 250 most popular Eurovision songs was completed. And once again Euphoria, Sweden’s 2012 Eurovision winning song, came out on top – congratulations! Italy’s 2015 entry Grande Amore by Il Volo finished in second place, one position …Read More »
2016 ESC Radio Awards Winners JOE AND JAKE from the UK Watch this video on YouTube Joe and Jake, who represented the United Kingdom at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm with the song “You’re Not Alone”, were the winners in this year’s ESC Radio Awards poll in the …Read More »
Eurovision Top 250 – countdown of the most popular Eurovision songs on New Year’s Eve 31 December, 11:00 CET!
The voting for the 2016 edition of the Eurovision TOP 250 is closed. For the ninth time this year the world-wide fans of the Contest voted their favourite songs from the Eurovision Song Contest history. The poll is a collaboration with by 12points.tv, songfestival.be, ilkar.blogspot.com, songfestivalweblog.nl, and eurovisionbelgium.blogspot.com. On New Year’s Eve, 31 December, …Read More »
May we have your votes, please? It’s time again for a new edition of the Eurovision TOP 250. For the ninth time this year, organised by 12points.tv, in collaboration with ESC Radio, and fan sites songfestival.be, ilkar.blogspot.com, songfestivalweblog.nl, and eurovisionbelgium.blogspot.com, Eurovision fans have the opportunity to vote for their favourites …Read More »
ESC Radio Awards 2016 – The Winners: Sergey Lazarev (Russia) scores double win, Poli Genova (Bulgaria) and Joe and Jake (United Kingdom) come out on top in Best Female Artist/Best Group votings
Between June 25 and July 3, ESC Radio listeners and Eurovision fans had the opportunity to vote for their favourite songs and acts of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. Votes came in not only from the 42 participating countries, but from all corners of Europe and other parts of the …Read More »