|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 27, 2019 at 1:40 PM||comments (0)|
According to the british website Official Charts, we have a long wait till we can listen new songs from ABBA reunited! Well... it's only some months compared to what we've been waiting!
As we can read in the website "The quartet, who parted ways 35 years ago, have recorded new music for a 'Virtual Abba' experience, which is expected to happen this year. The songs, called I Still Have Faith In You and Don't Shut Me Down, are hopefully being released in the second half of 2019. A representant told Variety: "No release before the summer," they said. "Hopefully this fall."
Benny Andersson said legal compilations had pushed back the virtual tour and therefore the new music. “We are still trying to establish the agreement that needs to be done to be able to continue," he explained. "We are good. It’s the other side, everything that has to be done, everything that has to be drawn. It’s delayed. It’s not our doing."
In the interview, Andersson teased the possibility of a third new song, to be released when the show launches. Talking about recording together again, he said: "We had such a good time, we really, really did, we were all back to where we ended, having fun. It was just like no time had passed, we all felt that and we were all happy about feeling that."
source: official charts
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 22, 2019 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
The song of the year as chosen by you is the song that can represent the taste of our readers. All the winning songs became classics!
Michal Szpak and Zdravko Colic were the only contenders nominated for the 3rd time. Szpak won in 2017 and Colic in 2018. All the others were nominated for the first time. These are the results:
King of the season - Michal Szpak 53%
Tebe cuvam za kraj - Zdravko Colic 23%
Before I Go - Guy Sebastian 8%
Papillon - Lara Fabian 7%
Karma - Yanna Terzi 6%
Tamid - Moran Mazor 3%
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 20, 2019 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
The Album of the year it's a classic work considered as a masterpiece that every eurofan should have in their shelf.
Marco Mengoni won in 2014 and was also nominated in 2017 - this was his 3rd nomination in this category. Conchita was back to the nominations after winning in 2016 with her album. Anouk and Brainstorm were also nominated before in 2014 and 2013 respectively. Zdravko Colic and Michal Szpak were indicated for this category for the 1st time. These are the results:
Ono malo srece - Zdravko Colic 41%
Atlantico - Marco Mengoni 23%
Dreamer - Michal Szpak 22%
From Vienna with Love - Conchita and Wiener Symphoniker 9%
Wen d'r maar aan - Anouk 3%
Par to zenu, kas sit skarda bungas - Prāta Vētra 2%
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 18, 2019 at 12:45 AM||comments (1)|
This was the toughest category! Separated by minimums of only 1 or 2% with more than 3000 single voters.
Remember that, Zdravko Colic was nominated last year but didn't win. Rybak and Mengoni were nominated for the 6th time and won in 2011 and 2014 respectively. Michal Szpak was the winner in the last two years. Mengoni join now the artist that wins in this category for the second time.
Marco Mengoni 29%
Michal Szpak 28%
Zdravko Colic 27%
Alexander Rybak 6%
Intars Busulis 1%
|Posted by Eurovision On Top on January 16, 2019 at 12:45 AM||comments (0)|
Only Lara Fabian and Svetlana Loboda were repeating a nomination in this category. Lara was the winner last year but Svetlana did it after 3 nominations!
Svetlana Loboda 24%
Lara Fabian 18%
Kasia Moś 16%
Helena Paparizou 14%
Francesca Michelin 13%