Conchita Wurst, Austria’s selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, will sing “Rise Like a Phoenix” in Copenhagen. Will Europe be talking about the Bond-inspired track or the singer’s persona?
Norway’s “Silent Storm” by Carl Espen is considered one of the favorites for the Eurovision Song Contest. Really?
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Germany may have a sleeper hit at the Eurovision Song Contest with “Is it Right” by Elaiza.
Georgia stretches the definition of “song” for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Three Minutes to Earth” by The Shin & Mariko.
Greece tries to bring the party to Copenhagen with “Rise Up” by Freaky Fortune featuring Riskykidd. Is this a winning track for the Eurovision Song Contest? Does it matter?
Slovenia may have a sleeper success on its hands with their Eurovision entry “Spet (Round and Round)” by Tinkara Kovac. But there’s something about the track that sounds a bit too familiar…
Israel has provided the first drag-tastic song of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest season with “Same Heart” by Mei Finegold. But are fans more interested in how an entry looks, sounds, or what it says?
Is Romania playing with fire by sending Paula Seling and Ovi to the Eurovision Song Contest again?
The United Kingdom has changed up its strategy for the Eurovision Song Contest by selecting the up-and-coming artist Molly and her song “Children of the Universe” written specifically for the Contest.
Ireland taps into tradition with its Eurovision Song Contest entry with “Heartbeat” by Can-linn featuring Kasey Smith. However, the track may be borrowing too much from others to generate its own pulse.