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Greece 2017: watch Demy’s interview on ERT

GREECE – As revealed by oikotimes.com last night, Demy, the 2017 Greek representative spoke to ERT about her Eurovision venture and revealed many things among them that the video clips will be filmed in Greece and Ukraine as the two countries are true bonded due to the big Greek community. She also revealed that she was discussing Eurovision participation in the past but she wasn’t feeling ready for it because Eurovision is a difficult project and needs hard work. She praised the ... | read the full story here

January 19, 2017 11:41 am // 1 Comment

Spain 2017: Paula Rojo speaks exclusively to oikotimes.com

Can you introduce yourself for our readers? My name is Paula Rojo. I come from Asturias (north of Spain) and I’m a singer-songwriter. I’m 26 years old and I currently live in Madrid. What is the message behind your song? There’s always a message behind my songs. In this case, I’m talking about a friendship that could have been something more but finally didn’t, because of the fear we feel when we’re about to take that important step. That’s why it all turns out to be “what it ... | read the full story here

January 18, 2017 7:30 pm // 0 Comments

Spain 2017: what a better end for this year with an interview with Fruela

Fruela is one of the Top 3 candidates looking to represent Spain in Kiev 2017. He has previously competed in X-Factor UK and was one of the Top 10 finalists selected to reach the final, here he talks exclusively to oikotimes.com about his candidacy and his belief that the song could be an international hit on the Eurovision stage. 01. Welcome to the Eurovision race of 2017. Can you please introduce yourself to our readers? I am Fruela. I was born in Asturias in the North of Spain but I live in ... | read the full story here

December 31, 2016 4:04 pm // 0 Comments

Spain 2017: NitoDK speaks about his #Eurocasting experience

NitoDK was one of the Top 10 finalists who made the Spanish National Final for Eurovision 2017, here he talks exclusively to oikotimes.com about his candidacy and his belief in the kind of music needed at Eurovision and what the contest means to him. 01. Welcome to the Eurovision race of 2017. Can you please introduce yourself to our readers? I am Nito, I am 28 years old, born in Castellon de la Plana and resident in Madrid. I present my song LUNA in Objectivo Eurovision 2017 with a desire to ... | read the full story here

December 26, 2016 8:14 am // 0 Comments

Spain 2017: Romy Low speaks about her participation in the national preselection

SPAIN – Romy Low was one of the Top 10 finalists who made the Spanish National Final for Eurovision 2017, here she talks exclusively to oikotimes.com about her candidacy, her belief in continuously learning from experience and her thoughts on Eurovision. Welcome to the Eurovision race of 2017. Can you please introduce yourself to our readers? Firstly, I would very much like to thank you for this interview and offer you a warm hug for yourselves and your readers. I am Romy Low, composer, ... | read the full story here

December 24, 2016 7:07 am // 0 Comments

Spain 2017: Nieves Hidalgo speaks about her preselection participation

SPAIN – Nieves Hidalgo was one of the Top 10 finalists who made the Spanish National Final for Eurovision 2017, here she talks exclusively to oikotimes.com about her candidacy and her belief in music and her thoughts on Eurovision. Can you please introduce yourself to our readers? I am Nieves Hidalgo, I have almost 27 years of musical experience. My grounding is in Flamenco, I began with Copla and Folklore when I was 13 and I have toured the world with Flamenco and entertainment, other ... | read the full story here

December 22, 2016 11:02 pm // 0 Comments

Lys Assia: “Celine Dion only participated in 1988 because I was under contract in America”

SWITZERLAND – Lys Assia, the winner of the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956, shares her memories of that bright event with Dukascopy TV. Interesting to note, that the contest at its dawn in the post-war Europe didn’t look like a modern version of it, for example, the majority of songs were performed not in English, and the system of voting was entirely different. We hope you’re intrigued enough to watch this lovely interview with fair lady. She reveals: “Celine Dion ... | read the full story here

November 28, 2016 11:00 am // 0 Comments