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Watch Conchita Wurst's Performance In Sweden With A Live Orchestra

Many people always say that they miss the inclusion of a live orchestra at Eurovision especially when you have a song that is dramatic. Therefore Conchita Wurst singing ‘Rise Like A Phoenix’ at Allsang Pa Skansen in Stockholm yesterday was the perfect chance to hear this year’s Eurovision winning song performed ‘Old School’ – and we loved it as did the audience. 89 more words


SWEDEN : ABBA's London Concert To Be Launched in Digibook Format

SwedenABBA remain the most successful act to emerge from Eurovision and are one of the highest selling acts of all time. It has now been announced that their London concert will be released on CD, a limited edition digibook and a 180-gram triple vinyl set. 146 more words


The Queen Is Not The Only Person 'Photo Bombing Selfies'

You must have seen it by now but Queen Elizabeth II photobombed the Australians women’s hockey team selfie at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow the other day. 89 more words


'Death, drugs and destruction fill the lives' of Jade Ewen and her family

“Death, drugs and destruction fill the lives of Jade Ewen and her family”. The United Kingdom’s Eurovision 2009 representative takes a turn for the worse. ‘Summertime, and the living is easy’ well not if you are a member of the Sugababes band. 226 more words


Freaky Molly Sandén lands Itunes Number One in Sweden -

The former Swedish Junior Eurovision participant strikes gold in home country Sweden with her most recent single ‘Freak’. 


SWEDEN : Watch Eric Saade's Performances from Lotta på Liseberg 2014

Sweden – Watch Eric Saade’s live performances from Lotta på Liseberg 2014. It is the Nordic’s largest amusement park and it brings out all the main artists from the region to perform for the thousands of fans who are lucky to get tickets for the weekly events. 101 more words


Vienna Will Have 'Move Any Mountain' to Host Eurovision 2015

90’s Scottish Electronic/Trance/Dance band The Shamen sang that they could ‘Move Any Mountain’ and that might be the challenge for Vienna now if they want to host Eurovision 2015. 418 more words