|Posted by Eurovision On Top on November 26, 2018 at 12:25 AM||comments (1)|
Poland just won the JuniorEurovision in Minsk! The song by Roksana Węgiel, Anyone I Want To Be, was composed by Maegan Cottone, Nathan Duvall, Cutfather, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Małgorzata Uściłowska, Patryk Kumór and gets TVP to win the first Eurovision competition.
Junior Eurovision in its 16th edition was able to join the largest number of participants ever - 20! But for that, it was necessary to welcome Wales.
Roksana Węgiel won the first edition of The Voice Kids Poland. In October 2018, she released the single "Zatrzymać Chwilę" which she recorded together with Edyta Górniak.
Despite controversies about the pressure that the young singers may suffer, the contest is getting stronger and more similar to the adult version of the contest.
The second place was France and the third Australia.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 8, 2018 at 5:20 AM||comments (0)|
Andrzej Gromala born 14th December 1978 in Kraków better known by his stage name Gromee, is a Polish DJ, record producer, remixer and owner of Kingztown Music.
At the Eska Music Awards 2017 he won the award for Best DJ/Producer.
As a producer, he collaborates with the world's biggest studios. His solo project has already included e.g. Andreas Moe, known for being part of Tiesto's or Hardwell's tracks.
In April 2016 Gromee was the support act for Mariah Carey’s first ever Polish concert.
Lukas Meijer is a singer and songwriter based in Stockholm, Sweden
With his band No Sleep For Lucy, Lukas had the honour of working with a lot of talented people in the music industry. Stevie Aiello (30 Seconds To Mars), and Grammy nominee Mark Holman (Daughtry, Three Days Grace) are just some of the names Lukas and his band worked with over the years.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 9, 2018 at 1:00 PM||comments (1)|
Right before the results of the Awards 2018, we are glad to introduce you the Chart of 2017!
On it, 5 songs in the Top10 belong to Michal Szpak and 2 to Zdravko Colic.
This is the TOP10 as voted by you during all the year:
1 Tic Tac Clock Michal Szpak
2 Such is life Michal Szpak
3 Mala Zdravko Colic
4 Upaść ale wstać Michal Szpak
5 Chemical reaction Andrius Pojavis
6 My Sharona Jimmy Martin
7 Sljive su rodile Zdravko Colic
8 Rosanna Michal Szpak
9 Real Hero Michal Szpak
10 L'étoile Céline Dion
Check the full list here: http://www.eurovisionontop.com/annualcharts.htm
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on November 4, 2017 at 5:25 PM||comments (0)|
Over a year ago, Ania Dąbrowska with her great album "Dla naiwnych marzycieli" has restored Polish delicacy and tasteful romanticism. Now the male side of these feelings is presented by Andrzej Piaseczny - one of the most recognizable, most velvety male voices of the Polish pop.
Ania Dąbrowska is the master of the beautiful compositions is this new album from Piasec. He might not had a great success in Eurovision 2001, but he is now one of the biggest artists in Poland and celebrates his 25th anniversay in music.
Andrzej Piaseczny's latest work "Kaleidoscope" appeared in 2015 and immediately became a bestseller, coinciding with the platinum already on the day of release.
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on September 16, 2017 at 6:10 PM||comments (0)|
The latest album of Anna Maria Jopek is titled Minione and after recording their previous albums with portuguese, japanese and klezmer influence, the artist records now with Cuban musicians - with one of the best contemporary pianists Gonzalo Rubalcaba - but it is a very Polish record. "Minione" refers to the love story narrated by Jopek, who sings about the feeling that has passed away, leaving behind longing and regret. The title also refers to the songs that are the bridge between today and the first half of the twentieth century, sometimes "Rebecca" or "Your lips lie", with all the nuances of the American song, but also the interwar climate of cabaret Morskie Oko (tango "Rebecca" Dora Kalinówna performed for the first time) or fascination with the music of the hot South. "Besame mucho", one of the most famous Mexican songs of the 40s. Anna Maria Jopek on her album she drowned, without words, improvising subtly about the melody, because it is a song so well known and recognizable that it does not take much to direct the mind to the right track of memories.
1 Twe Usta Kłamią
2 Kogo Nasza Miłość Obchodzi
3 Co Nam Zostało Z Tych Lat
4 Nie Wierzę Ci
5 Besame Mucho
6 Co Nam Zostało... Wybrzmienie
7 Pokoik Na Hożej
8 To Ostatnia Niedziela
9 Miasteczko Bełz 4:36
10 Nie Wierzę... Detal