Let’s take a trip back way down memory lane. The 1964 Eurovision Song contest will remain forever a mystery to all of us. At least visually, as the tape of the contest was destroyed...
Sending a popular home star to the international Eurovision stage sounds in theory a good idea, but it doesn’t always come with success.
Contrary to the UK, Belgium’s Eurovision history is slightly more complicated. Alternating between two broadcasters, Belgium’s Eurovision resume features just one win so far.
Until the end of the nineties, the UK’s relationship with Eurovision was pretty successful. But as times progressed, the language rule abolished and the new milennium unfolded, the UK success faded quickly.
Cited as one of the best voices Sweden has on offer, Rock singer and composer Tommy Nilsson headed to Lausanne to represent Sweden in the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest.
The Spanish entrant in 1993, Eva Santamaría may have been onto something. Yes, the Eurovision Song Contest is dominated by men, lots of them.
After a mixed bag of results, and some very questionable choices, Latvia found its Eurovision hunger back. 21 year old aspiring music teacher Justs Sirmais, being the most recent act.