|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 14, 2020 at 5:05 AM|
In the recent past, we could count on Turkey on Eurovision, in an adventure that started in 1975. Semiha Yanki was encharged of it and was pleased to bring the East to Eurovision with Seninle Bir dakika. Since then, the 62-year-old singer has dedicated herself to acting and became known for Hamal (1976), Günes dogmasin (1961) and Eve Dusen Yildirim (2012). In 2008, she was a presenter at Flash TV. Tukendim was her latest release at 2018.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 AM|
Yugoslavia's last Eurovision representative was Extra Nena in 1992. Snezana Beric, is now 60 years old, and her career is occupied by acting, writing and singing. She also works at the Faculty of Culture and Media at Megatrend University in Belgrade. She is the author of several scientific papers, presented and published at scientific conferences in the country and abroad, in the field of marketing management in culture and art. Absent from the record world for a while she is now back with Marioneta, her brand new single.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 12, 2020 at 5:05 AM|
Before the comeback of Italy to Eurovision in the 00’s, and an extra participation in 1997, Enrico Ruggeri was the last participation of the latin country in the contest, back in 1993. Ruggeri was already a famous artist and won the Sanremo Music Festival twice: in 1987 singing "Si può dare di più" ("You can give more") together with Gianni Morandi and Umberto Tozzi and in 1993 singing "Mistero" ("Mystery"). Since 1993 he released more than 20 Albums and right now he just released The theme song for Rai 1 show with the same title “Una storia da cantare”, in which a tribute to great artists is given.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 11, 2020 at 5:05 AM|
Hasta la Vista was the first entry ever from Ukraine in 2003. Oleksander’s performance included a circus act with a contortionist and took him to the 14 th place. But the young artist already had a career in Ukraine. He was awarded as "Singer of the Year" for seven times. In 1998, Ukraine's government recognized Oleksandar by awarding him the title of "Honored Artist of Ukraine". Today, with 10 albums since 1996, he is one of the most famous singers in the country and still doing shows and releasing songs. Despite his last album was released in 2007, Nichenkoyu (At Night), Oleksander has a new single: Shchastya nezemne.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 10, 2020 at 1:45 PM|
Gary Lux was one of the artists who most often stepped on the Eurovision stage in the 80s and 90s. No more than 6 times and twice as a soloist. In one of them he went out of tune on the last note, something unimportant for someone so persistent, and although he did a lot of collaborations, the best ranking he got was the 8th place, alone in 1985!
Born in Canada, he went very young for Austria where he made his career. Today, at 61, Gary Lux continues singing and releasing records. His last album Perfekt from 2014 had an average success but he now is back with the singles Ich würde es tun and Was muss passieren...