GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…

The News Review:

– Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
– Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
– A Knight to Remember

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision… – Nov 13, 2004
tv Spain TVE tonight: Eurojunior con Mar?Isabel Spanish broadcaster TVE has put on a show to support Mar?Isabel the Spanish representative at the second edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest to take place next Saturday. Eurojunior con Mar?Isabel is scheduled for tonight at 23:00 CET and will be aired on TVE 1 and TVE Internacional. In Eurojunior con Mar?Isabel Mar?Isabel will present her debut album No me toques las palmas que me conozco. The Spanish junior representative will be joined by the other Spanish Eurojunior Festival 2004 participants. Last year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest runner-up Sergio and Operaci?riunfo 2 winner Ainhoa who has just released her second studio album Mi tiempo roto will be guest stars in the show.

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision… – Nov 16, 2004
tv France – Si on voulait bien Thomas wants to win or end last with no points French representative Thomas stays very calm under all the attention and doesn’t feel nervous at all yet. There is only one thing that he wouldn’t like to happen: finishing in the middle positions next Saturday. “I just don’t want to finish in the middle positions” told Thomas in an interview with junioreurovision. “I would either like to win or finish last with no points.

A Knight to Remember
Guardian – Nov 14, 2004
How fantastic that you’d be the reason why people keep in touch!’ Perhaps because he lacks emotional or familial ties Cliff often says things like this. He likes to emphasise the importance of his role at the edge of strangers’ lives – emerging irrepressibly for feast days and celebrations like the Christmas-pudding sixpence. ‘Congratulations’ the tune which came second to Spain’s ‘La La La’ in the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest and went on to top the charts in Belgium Denmark Germany India Ireland Israel Japan Lebanon Malaysia the Netherlands Norway Singapore South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland and Thailand as well as the UK was not the song he himself would have chosen before the competition but the public selected it from the short list and ‘I would have been a fool not to record it’. When he started out with the Shadows he co-wrote quite a few hits including ‘Bachelor Boy’ but as time passed and their success snowballed he ended up handling the press – because he always quite liked having his picture taken – while the rest of the band went back to the hotel and wrote more songs. He has no particular regrets about this no hang-ups about artistic creativity. A song like ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ ‘is so much better than any of the songs I’ve written. You think I’d rather record one of my own songs? Excuse me – I’d rather have a number one.

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