Category Archives: denmark
Denmark – “Only Teardrops” by Emmelie de Forest
Hmmm… someone needs a new conditioner. Seriously, this one is a contender. Catchy tune, part ballad, lotsa drums, traditional flute, and a beautiful woman, and not too outrageous – if there was a formula for Eurovision, this would be it.
Estonia – “Et Uus Saaks Alguse” by Birgit
Estonia is usually a fierce competitor, but this year we just get a ballad.
Ireland – “Only Love Survives” by Ryan Dolan
Lithuania – “Something” by Andrius Pojavis
I’m not sure which is more bizarre, the background dancers, or the Abraham Lincoln drag… craziness in the Eurovision tradition, love it.
Moldova – “O Mie” by Aliona Moon
Wow, that is some outfit, and a lot of hairspray… pretty song though.
Sounding like a 1980s pop power ballad, Chanée and N’Evergreen give us “In a Moment Like This”, Denmark’s entry into the Eurovision Song Contest for 2010.
Intriguing staging and presentation, but perhaps not enough glitz for the contest – but then again, based on what else we’ve seen so far of the finalists… maybe it is enough.
This is Niels Brinck with “Believe Again,” Denmark’s entry to the Eurovision Song Contest this year in Moscow.
Niels is a singer, songwriter, composer and producer living in Copenhagen, and just released his first album in 2008. The song was written by Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin M. Larsson and Irish singer Ronan Keating.
Close your eyes and listen. Is it just my imagination, or do I hear Lionel Ritchie?