The Irish song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is available. Lesley Roy let her song ‘Map’ premiere this Friday. The track will be performed in the first half of the first semi final on May 18th.
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Despite still holding the record for the most wins in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest, Ireland has certainly struggled to grasp what it takes to qualify in the modern day contest, let alone achieve another win. This year, they managed to secure a [read more…]
Ireland has announced their artist and song for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 this Thursday. And they have chosen an established name, as it is Lesley Roy who will fly the Irish flag with the song ‘Story of my life’ in Rotterdam.
RTÉ has revealed that Sarah McTernan, who came third in The Voice of Ireland in 2015, will represent Ireland in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The Irish song is called ’22’.
RTÉ has announced it is inviting songwriters and performers, who have a proven track record of success in the music industry, to submit a song to be considered to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest next May. With that announcement, they confirm that they [read more…]
The song ‘Together’ by Ryan O’Shaughnessy has been made available. This song will be the entry for Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
Irish broadcaster RTÉ has announced that Ryan O’Shaughnessy will represent the country at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. Ryan O’Shaughnessy will perform his ballad, ‘Together’ in the First Semi Final of Eurovision 2018 Tuesday the 8th of May.
Irish broadcaster RTÉ announced the participation of Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. They are looking for songs, preferably written by composers “with a proven track record of success in the music industry”.
Norway has replaced one of this year’s jurors. Per Sundnes gave negative comments on public television in regards to Ireland entry in this year’s contest.