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Culture & Lifestyle | 12.08.2004 Breaking the Mold


Eurovision News Review:

* Nemiroff eastern European partner 2005 contest
* Melodifestivalen 2005 expands on the internet
* New album for Chris Doran
* Culture & Lifestyle | 12.08.2004 Breaking the Mold
* Winter on football: Party time again in Premiership
* Busted scoop Record of the Year
* Edinburgh reports: Return to musical heaven
* Malta: Announcement 50 entries postponed
* A review of sports, entertainment and other cultural news from the…

Nemiroff eastern European partner 2005 contestesctoday.com
With branches in Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Lvov, Odessa, Kharkhov and Moscow, Nemiroff boasts 75% of Ukraine’s total volume in export of spirits and its products are sold in more than 40 countries around the world. Nemiroff is also a widely known sponsor and organizer of numerous world events in the areas of sport, fashion and art. As the first pan-European sponsor of the Eurovision Song Contest, Nemiroff has been granted extensive association, event, new media and media rights in 18 out of the 41 countries that are to take part in the 50th Eurovision Song Contest, which includes two live televised shows in one week ? a qualifier round on 19th May and a final on 21st May 2005. Most of the 18 countries in which Nemiroff will appear as the lead sponsor for the contest are in eastern and in southern Europe. The agreement, which is part of an international commercial and marketing platform recently developed for the Eurovision Song Contest, was negotiated by T… The Singing was ok but the dance moves were terrible. RTE are really go for it this year. They are going to try anything to win the Eurovision next year, and I mean anything. Maxi (Sheeba, Ireland 1981) was down in Killarney to help them out and also the Fat guy judge from the first series. don't know his name but he was there. Also, for the first time they had bands in Killarney. They were good but I am not a fan of bands in Eurovision, like when was the last time a band won Eurovision????

Personally, Through You're a star is very good so far.

Melodifestivalen 2005 expands on the internetesctoday.com
It will be a kind of mini docusoap about Melodifestivalen on the internet. ”

Jovan Radomir hopes that the international fans of the Eurovision Song Contest and Melodifestivalen will also be excited about this new opportunity to follow the Swedish selections. It all starts on 25th January 2005! Related polls.

New album for Chris Doranesctoday.com
ie News. For the past two months Chris has been busy recording and mixing tracks for the album Right here, which is available as of today. The album Right here includes Chris Doran’s three chart hits. His Eurovision Song Contest entry If my world stopped turning, composed by ex Westlife star Bryan McFadden and Jonathan Shorten, entered the Irish single charts at number one on release. The follow-up single Nothings gonna change my love for you reached number two… ie News. For the past two months Chris has been busy recording and mixing tracks for the album Right here, which is available as of today. The album Right here includes Chris Doran’s three chart hits. His Eurovision Song Contest entry If my world stopped turning, composed by ex Westlife star Bryan McFadden and Jonathan Shorten, entered the Irish single charts at number one on release. The follow-up single Nothings gonna change my love for you reached number two.

Culture & Lifestyle | 12.08.2004 Breaking the MoldDeutsche Welle
It was some 40 years ago that the first Gastarbeiter, or foreign guest workers, began arriving in Germany to help rebuild the country’s economy in the years after World War II. Decades on, a new generation of creative talent has come of age and found its voice — and it definitely doesn’t want to be pigeon-holed as “Turkish. ”

When Türkgünü, Europe’s largest festival of Turkish culture, took place in Berlin for the third time last May, the high profile guests at the landmark Brandenburger Tor included charismatic Turkish parliamentarian and Green Party member Cem Özdemir; and last year’s Turkish winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, Sertab Erener, along with the country’s 2004 entry, the high-spirited Ska band Athena, provided the entertainment. Streetwear from Istanbul

Chances were that quite a few of the 100,000 visitors enjoying the show were wearing Mavi jeans. Traditionally, Turkey’s image is rarely associated with cutting-edge fashion, but the Mavi chain has become a household name in recent years, with the likes of Cher and former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell among the label’s famous fans. Outside Turkey, Germany is one of its key markets.

Winter on football: Party time again in PremiershipTelegraph.co.uk
Arsenal, an accomplished side with a genuinely outstanding coach, will not have it so easy this year. Manchester United have recruited intelligently in Carlos Queiroz, a defensive organiser restored as Ferguson’s No 2, and also in Gabriel Heinze, a fine left-back whose busy performances for Argentina in the Copa America signalled his promise. Cristiano Ronaldo will resume club duties eventually, following a prolonged tour of Portugal duty now taking in the Olympics and probably the Eurovision Song Contest. The man who may well prove United’s player of the season is Rio Ferdinand. Just as Eric Cantona charged back from suspension to inspire United to a championship, so may Ferdinand, with his assured defending and occasional foray into midfield. Ferdinand owes United and Ferguson. Employer and manager stood by their sociable centre-half through all the embarrassing controversy over his missed drugs test.

Busted scoop Record of the YearBBC News
The award is in its seventh year. Its shortlist also included Maroon 5, Katie Melua, Scissor Sisters, Girls Aloud, Natasha Bedingfield and Brian McFadden.

Edinburgh reports: Return to musical heavenTelegraph.co.uk
“It was,” he says, not mincing his words, “the worst experience of my career. “So what is Britain’s most prolific gay playwright doing, three years on, bringing a monologue to the Edinburgh Fringe about a hard-drinking, drug-taking 30-year-old woman with an unshakeable habit of breaking into song?advertisement. By the same token, it must have taken something exceptional to have brought about a change of heart. Someone exceptional, explains Harvey: Abi Roberts, a little known singer-songwriter. Roberts’s music so inspired him that he urged her to showcase her talents theatrically before deciding he didn’t want any other writer to get the job. “She’s like a young British Bette Midler or Barbra Streisand,” he says, describing her sound as “power-ballady” with a comic twist.

Malta: Announcement 50 entries postponedesctoday.com
The performers of those 50 songs will have to sing their song live in front of a jury behind closed doors. The jury will then select the 22 songs for Malta Song for Europe 2005. Furthermore UKAM, the organization of Maltese composers, authors and singers is calling on its members for another meeting on Thursday 9th December.

A review of sports, entertainment and other cultural news from the…Southeast European Times
The Miss Universe 2004 contest will take place on 1 June. A review of sports, entertainment and other cultural news from the Balkans since 12 May:Zeljko Joksimovic of Serbia-Montenegro took second place at the Eurovision Song Contest in Istanbul, Turkey. Joksimovic, who won the prize with his song “Lane moje”, said the event was important for the whole country. ***Bulgarian student Svetla Kirova, 28, received Japan’s most prestigious annual non-governmental award for contributions to science, the Sasakawa award. Kirova, who has been studying comparative linguistics at the University of Nagoya, was honoured for her comparative study on the phraseological units of almost 20 nations on three continents. ***Croatia’s Sanja Jovanovic won the bronze medal in the women’s 200m backstroke at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid.

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