|Posted by Eurovision On Top on November 5, 2018 at 9:00 AM||comments (0)|
The new song “COME UNA DANZA” marks the great return of a common story, of a complicity before and behind the scenes, 30 years later "Gente di Mare ".
Together they have already done a piece of the history of Italian music, two great artists with two immense and extraordinary repertoires, two Italian singers who with their songs have been dancing all over the world, but above all two friends: RAF and UMBERTO TOZZI today come back to sing together. Gente di Mare was the Italian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1987, placing 3rd. While not winning the Contest the song achieved considerable popularity, becoming a Top 10 hit in most parts of Continental Europe and Scandinavia in the summer of 1987 (#7 Switzerland, #8 Austria, #6 Sweden) and was included on the compilations of Winners and Classics produced to coincide with the Congratulations special in late 2005.
The new song, premiered on Sunday 21st in prime time at "Che tempo che fa" on Rai 1, anticipates the "Raf Tozzi" box that will be released on November 30th.
Some dates are now known:
And this is the tracklist of “Raf Tozzi”:
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 11, 2018 at 1:15 PM||comments (0)|
Italy has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 43 times since making its debut at the first contest in 1956. It is not the first time that Italy compete with a duo, will they win this time?
Who are Fabrizio Moro and Ermal Meta?
1. Fabrizio released his debut album in 2000 and he achieved commercial success in 2007, after winning the Newcomers' Section of the Sanremo Music Festival with his entry "Pensa".
2. Like the albanese singe and the Eleni from Cyprus, Ermal Meta (born 20 April 1981) is an Albanian-born Italian singer-songwriter.
3. Fabrizio Moro is 43 and he is the oldest artist in competition.
4. Ermal Meta latest two albums peaked 1 in the italian charts.
5. Fabrizio released 9 albums so far, since 2000.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on February 13, 2018 at 10:25 AM||comments (0)|
Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro have won the 2018 edition of Sanremo and will represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest with their song 'Non mi avete fatto niente' in Lisbon next May! With this duet Italy is back to the duos they used in the past like Tozzi & Raff or Anna Oxa & Leali. Lo Stato Sociale with Una vita in vacanza placed second. In ITunes, the three highest places are the same as at San Remo with the winning song reaching the higher place followed by Lo Stato Sociale and Annalisa who placed 3rd.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on October 21, 2017 at 6:55 PM||comments (3)|
If an artist is not going to release a new album before Christmas, they will do it in the beginning of the year. Our ESC artists are not an exception. Il Volo, Minus One and Andrius Pojavis are working hard on stage:
In just 10 days, Il Volo finished the recording of the disc that will begin a new stage in his career. The announcement was made by Gianluca Ginoble on social networks. The project will be revealed in early 2018. Emilio Estefan (Gloria Estefan husband and one of the most renowned producers in the Latin market) will be behind the new facet of the trio. Rumours say that the band invited Maluma to perform in the record, but to confirm it we must wait a bit more.
But we still in Italy since Andrius Pojavis went to Rome for "another chapter of my career...new songs new album new....???" - that's what Andrius shared in his facebook account just one 1 year since "Seven", his latest album, was released. Link to buy the CD: www.andriuspojavis.com/shop-1
Minus One announced right before the new lead singer man Andreas Kapatais got married that "The recordings for our new album will kick off at the end of November at Medley Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark. We are happy to have the mighty Soren Andersen behind the wheel !!" Soren Andersen is a Danish guitarist, producer and songwriter, located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Besides his solo project Electric Guitars, Soren works as a touring guitarist for Glenn Hughes and Mike Tramp.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on June 17, 2017 at 4:40 PM||comments (0)|
Seven years after the last album "Una piccola parte di te", the singer of Nuvolento returns to the stage with a new studio album "Non solo Leali".
Fausto Leali represented Italy with Anna Oxa in 1989.
It is a disc whose workings have seen Fausto Leali share the studio with some friends and colleagues for a series of duets on the notes of songs not necessarily drawn from his repertoire. the album was preceded by the single "A chi mi dice", duet with Mina on the Italian version of "Breathe easy" of Blue, with Tiziano Ferro text.
It's not an album that celebrates the career of Leali, "Non solo Leali" can be appreciated not only by his fans, but also by the Italian music fans.
Listen to it: