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Knez (Montenegro) introduces his team

  Adio (Eurovision 2015 – Montenegro) As previously reported, Knez is going to represent Montenegro at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. His song Adio, penned by Eurovision veteran Zeljko Joksimovich, is a beautiful Balkan song and one of the few countries that are not in English. Now they have revealed the team that is going to join the popular singer …

TONIGHT: Eurovision in Concert

So aside from the main show in May what would you say is the biggest event of the Eurovision calendar? Melfest? The semi-final draw? Some would in fact argue that the first big meeting of the cast of the year would be that moment, and tonight sees just that happening in the Dutch capital. 24 of the 40 performers in …

The 2015 “Expert” Panel – MONTENEGRO

The ESC United “Expert” Panel is back once again reviewing all Eurovision songs and rank them accordingly. You are probably asking yourself on how we pick our panel and the criteria. We looked at people from all walks of life to bring together a unique group of panelists with a wide range in taste. They all bring different skills and …

Montenegro: Last entry of 2015 announced!

The day is here, we now have all the 40 acts that will compete in Vienna in the 60th Eurovision Song Contest. Last entry to be announced was Montenegro, we already knew the singer would be Knez but not what he would sing. Earlier today the song “Adio” was finally announced and the National Final season and internal selections are …

Montenegro: Knez to sing “Adio” in Vienna

The Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG has just announced that the title of the song Nenad Knežević aka Knez will sing at the contest in Vienna is Adio. The entry will be presented in a RTCG1 live show on March 21 – which is after the Head of Delegations meeting which takes place on March 16. As previously announced, Knez’s song Adio …

Montenegro: Joksimović to write Knez’s entry

We haven’t heard much about Montenegro’s entry since they announced 2015’s first artist, Nenad Knežević (Knez). But now it appears that there’s a lot to be excited for; Željko Joksimović has been enlisted to write the Montenegrin entry and will write his fifth Eurovision song in 2015. Joksimović has taken part himself in the Eurovision Song Contest twice for Serbia, …

39 countries represented in Eurovision 2015

The EBU has confirmed that 39 countries will be represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, hosted between 19-23 May in Vienna, Austria. The number is two up on last year, representing the first increase in participation since Germany’s hosting in 2011. Amongst the participants is a surprising return from Czech Republic, who will take part for the first time …

Knez to represent Montenegro in Vienna

RTCG announced that Nenad Knežević Knez will represent Montenegro in Eurovision Song Contest 2015. The Montenegrin broadcaster opted out for internal selection once again following Rambo Amadeus (2012), Who See & Nina Žižić (2013) and the most recent Sergej Ćetković (2014). Knez is a prominent Montenegrin singer also known in the Ex-Yugoslav countries. He released a total of 10 albums. …

Internal selection for Montenegro

The Montenegrin broadcaster RTCG announcd that the representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 will be selected internally rather than through an elaborate selection process. Sergej Cetkovic who was the first representative to qualify from the Semi Finals was also selected internally so the decision by the broadcaster shouldn’t come as a major surprise. No additional details are known at this …

JESC: 16 Countries To Participate

After a number of months speculation it appears that the 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will consist of a total or 16 participating countries. Armenia Belarus Bulgaria (Return) Croatia (Return) Cyprus (Return) Georgia Italy (Debut) Malta Montenegro (Debut) Russia San Marino Serbia (Return) Slovenia (Debut) Sweden Netherlands Ukraine Meaning that unless there are some last minute changes to be made, …

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