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500 weeks of Chart! This is the All time chart!

Posted by Eurovision On Top on November 17, 2018 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (1)

We spent 10 years counting your votes for a total of 500 weeks. Week after week, since 2009!

Now, as a way to celebrate the 500th edition, we publish the ten songs that have been voted for you since always!

7 artists are present in the TOP 10. Andrius Pojavis, Michal Szpak and Zdravko Colic were able to double their presence.

This is the TOP Ten!

1. Tebe cuvam za kraj - Zdravko Colic (2018 )

2. Summertime lights - Andrius Pojavis (2015)

3. Rosanna - Michal Szpak (2016)

4. The gist - Andrius Pojavis (2016)

5. Colour of your love - Conchita Wurst (2016)

6. My Sharona - Jimmy Martin (2016)

7. Skoljka - Dino Merlin (2014)

8. Encore un soir - Celine Dion (2016)

9. Tic Tac Clock - Michal Szpak (2017)

10. Esma - Zdravko Colic (2015)

New colaboration for Ott Lepland

Posted by Eurovision On Top on November 5, 2018 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (0)

The Estonian Maestro Rein Rannap, who celebrates his 50th birthday this year, does not reveal signs of fatigue for a moment as it is proven by the album "Tagasirändur", which was created in cooperation with young and talented musicians like Ott Lepland. It will be available on Wednesday, November 7th.

Rannap considers the young Ott one of the best soloists in the country and chose him to record the album. 

On November 10, a unique concert will take place, during which the album will be presented at the Vanemuine Concert Hall on a legendary stage. Maarja-Liis Ilus is a special guest. Tickets can be bought here:

The british veterans are back

Posted by Eurovision On Top on October 29, 2018 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

The british veterans are back. Cliff Richard represented the UK when he was young and became one of the most important singers in the history of Pop. Engelbert Humperdinck tried the contest when he was not so young but managed to put Eurovision on his curriculum. 

Warmest Christmas Wishes is the veteran crooner's Engelbert Humperdinck long awaited follow-up to his first Christmas album released in 1980. He is covering festive classics Let It Snow and It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas. The album also includes Chris Rea's Driving Home For Christmas and Please Come Home For Christmas so as two new songs.

Cliff Richard is our number 1 this week and the long awaited album in on it's way as it will be released on November 23rd. Rise Up is It will be is first record of new material in 14 years. The album was recorded at London's Abbey Road Studios.


Nicky Byrne goes on tour with Westlife

Posted by Eurovision On Top on October 29, 2018 at 1:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Nicky Byrne and his fellows from Westlife are hitting the road together for the first time in seven years as they announce The Twenty Tour UK and Ireland area dates.

The group will play 12 arena shows, kicking off in Belfast on May 25. The Twenty Tour includes a date at London's O2 Arena and concludes with a massive show at Dublin's Croke Park on July 5. But the Tour is not only the good news since the group have signed a new record deal with Virgin EMI, and their new single - written by Ed Sheeran - is coming very soon.

Nicky Byrne's Sunlight placed 15th in one of the semifinals of ESC 2016.

The bad was formed in 1998 in Dublin, disbanded in 2012 and reunited in 2018. They were originally signed by Simon Cowell in the UK, Clive Davis in the US and managed by Louis Walsh and Sonny Takhar.

Westlife's Twenty Tour dates are:

  • Sat 25 May: Belfast SSE Arena
  • Sun 26 May: Belfast SSE Arena
  • Thu 30 May: Manchester Arena
  • Fri 31 May: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
  • Mon 03 June: Glasgow The SSE Hydro
  • Fri 07 June: Sheffield Fly DSA Arena
  • Mon 10 June: Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Thu 13 June: London The O2
  • Tue 18 June: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
  • Fri 21 June: Birmingham Arena
  • Tue 25 June: Liverpool Echo Arena
  • Fri 5th July: Dublin Croke Park


Tel Aviv 2019: Dare to Dream

Posted by Eurovision On Top on October 29, 2018 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

The Eurovision Song Contest slogan was revealed yesterday in Tel Aviv. Dare to Dream will be the main theme of the upcoming contest to be held for the first time in Tel Aviv following the 4th israeli victory last year in Lisbon.

The slogan idea represents the main agenda that Netta promoted. Seek for your goal no matter what other people think and believe in yourself. As requires, the slogan represents the state of Israel as well. About 120 years ago the Zionist movement started and its dream was to establish a Jewish state in the historical land...and they did it 70 years ago. 

Despite difficulties and yet to achieve long-lasting peace with neighbors, Israel is strong and prosperous. Israel is extremely excited to host more than 40 countries and to show the world a different perspective. The israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu also commented and expressed his own private dream - to keep ESC on it's "homeland" and have a second consecutive victory as happened back in 1978 with Abanibi and the following year in Jerusalem with Hallelujah.

The first semifinal of the contest will be on the 14th of May and the final 4 days later.

Eran Farbstein (Israel)