Greece will be represented by the hip hop band Argo in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. The song that will be performed by Christina Lachana, Maria Venetikidou, Vladimiros Sofianidis, Kostas Topouzis, Ilias Kesidis en Alekos Papadopoulos in Stockholm is yet to be unveiled.
Maria Elena Kiriakou has released the final Eurovision version of her song ‘One Last Breath’. You can listen to the new version of the song here.
The Greek national final “Eurosong 2015” has just taken place and the winner this year is Maria Elena Kiriakou with the song “One Last Breath”. She came out on top over four other competitors to win the Greek ticket to Vienna.
Tonight Greece will select their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest through the TV show “Eurosong 2015 – NERIT & MAD show”. Five artists will perform their entries and a combination of viewers votes and votes from an expert jury will decide this evening’s winner.
The five entries of the Greek national final were revealed a while ago by the Greek national broadcaster NERIT. The channel hosted a press conference where they published for the first time the full entries of the greek finalists.
The national broadcaster of Greece published the snippets of the five entries of the Greek national final. Listen to them, here at ESC Daily!
The national broadcaster of Greece has just announced the participants of their national final. Five artists will compete to represent the country in May.
The national broadcaster of Greece has just announced that they will work again with Mad TV to hold their national final. A MAD SHOW will be held early March. Five artists will compete to represent the country in May. Rumor has it that former participant Tamta is [read more…]
Greece will definitely take part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 as their broadcaster NERIT was accepted as an Active Member of the European Broadcasting Union. The list of participating countries for the contest in Vienna is now 39, with a comeback for Bulgaria [read more…]
After weeks of silence, the EBU has decided to comment on the participation procedure for Vienna 2015. As of the moment, 38 broadcasters have officially confirmed their countries’ participation. However, that number is far from certain as Greece remains on the edge of decision.