Pop and R’n’B-singer Nathan Trent will represent Austria at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. The Austrian national broadcaster ORF opted for an internal selection for the contest in Kiev.
Premier, annual Eurovision promo event – London Eurovision Party is entering its ninth year and ESCDaily will be attending the event in preparation for Stockholm. Find out all details about the upcoming event below.
It has been a busy Eurovision weekend so far, with not less than 10 shows broadcasted last night – and we still have Latvia’s semi final to go! But before we head over to Riga, let us round up the most important choices and check-out [read more…]
Tonight Zoe was selected as the Austrian entry through the show “Wer singt für Österreich?” at the ORF Centre in Vienna. Ten acts were competing tonight and hoping to wave the Austrian flag in Stockholm this May. Zoe’s chanson “Loin d’Ici” was selected over two [read more…]
Tonight the Austrian entry will be selected through the show “Wer singt für Österreich?” at the ORF Centre in Vienna. Ten acts are competing tonight and hoping to wave the Austrian flag in Stockholm this May. The winner will be selected over two rounds of [read more…]
Austrian national broadcaster ORF has revealed the ten songs that will participate in the national final, Wer Singt Für Österreich, which will be held on the 12th February. Nine acts were chosen internally and one singer was selected through a special Facebook procedure.
AzRaH will be the tenth artist in the Austrian national final on the 12th of February. She won a special wildcard through a Facebook selection, where she got the most likes out of five candidates.
Public broadcaster ORF has released the names of nine candidates for the national final in Austria on the 12th of February. The tenth participant will be chosen on Facebook on January the 14th.
Austrian broadcaster ORF have today announced the date for the Austrian national final for Eurovision 2016.
The Makemakes will be the successor to Conchita Wurst, having just won Wer singt Für Österreich? with the song I Am Yours. Being the host nation, the pressure on broadcaster ORF for the decision was high and turned out a great pool of talent to [read more…]