Eurovision 2015

Eurovision 2015 Entry: Switzerland — Melanie Rene — Time to Shine

Is it Switzerland’s “Time to Shine” at the Eurovision Song Contest? Melanie Rene’s entry tip-toes on the edge of success.

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Eurovision 2015 Entry: Denmark — Anti Social Media — The Way You Are

Is Copenhagen ready for another Eurovision, or is Anti Social Media still a little too now to win?

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Eurovision 2015 Entry: Iceland — María Ólafsdóttir — Unbroken

Iceland is the only Northern European country that hasn’t won Eurovision. Will 2015 be the year they head into the light forever?

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Eurovision 2015 Entry: The Netherlands — Trijntje Oosterhuis — Walk Along

The Netherlands attempts to “Walk Along” to its third Eurovision Song Contest final in a row with Trijntje Oosterhuis. Are the Dutch establishing a new trend (aside from all the duets this year)?

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Eurovision 2015 Entry: Cyprus — John Karayiannis — One Thing I Should Have Done

John Karayiannis is the first act to represent Cyprus since they took the 2014 contest off.  Is “One Thing I Should Have Done” something Cyprus will regret?

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First Listen: Montenegro presents Knez’s “Adio”

Montenegro’s trying to be respectable in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with Knez’s “Adio”, but are they forgettable?

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First Listen: San Marino

San Marino’s finally sent an artist other than Valentina Monetta!  Now they just need to find a new songwriter…

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Eurovision First Listen: It’s Time for Azerbaijan’s “Hour of the Wolf”

Azerbaijan tries to bounce back from last year’s disappointing placement by bringing Eurovision alum Elnur Huseynov back with “Hour of the Wolf.”

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First Listen: Australia Wants to Do “Tonight Again”

Australia’s presence in Eurovision won’t be a one-night stand, if Guy Sebastian has anything to say about it.

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First Listen: Russia’s Gonna Russia With “A Million Voices”

Russia’s Eurovision entries tend to be cute and enjoyable, or hypocritical and insufferable. Take a guess as to which one we’ll see in 2015.

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