«Real Good Fight» blends Robert’s self-described «Nearly Nashville» sound with more electronic leanings.
The fee is £100,000 more than organisers offered Kylie Minogue last year.
Another week with LGBTQ Music Chart and our readers has voted and this is the best playlist for Week 22 2019.
Drew Schiff makes his triumphant return to pop radio with «Ride the Wave», a song he wrote, about the importance of leaning on loved ones in times of need.
Billy Winn’s Dreamland II picks up where Dreamland I left off. Thematically, at least. Sonically, its debut single, «Another Broken Heart», releasing May 24, turns up the drama with a heavy-octane dance number.
Hailing from Portsmouth, UK, «Show Me Love» aim to capture listeners, with their blend of catchy melodies, sing-a -long lyrics and polished pop/indie sound. Working with song writing / production house ‘The Dockyard Song Factory’ to craft their music, and inviting singers to feature on their tracks, make ‘Beware The Bear’ a band with a difference.
«The Belarusian jury was dismissed following the reveal of their votes from the first Semi-Final which is contrary to the rules of the Eurovision Song Contest. In order to comply with the Contest’s voting regulations, the EBU worked with its voting partner digame to create a substitute aggregated result (calculated based on the results of other countries with similar voting records), which was approved by voting monitor Ernst & Young, to determine the Belarusian jury votes for the Grand Final».
Entitled «All of Me» the soulful single features honest lyricism, organic instrumentation and heart-wrenching melodies.
With over 60 million streams on Spotify, 1.2 million monthly listeners, and following the release of their most successful album yet, Brisbane’s Cub Sport are back with their brilliant new single, «Limousine».
Patrick brings us heart-breaking ballads meet 60s wall-of-sound pop production.
Although it became a fifth place for KEiiNO in the Eurovision final, no other participants got more audience votes than the Norwegian group.
Duncan Laurence from The Netherlands has won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with his song «Arcade», securing 492 points in a tense and showstopping Grand Final at Expo Tel Aviv.
Another week with LGBTQ Music Chart and our readers has voted and this is the best playlist for Week 21 2019.
The Semi Finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 have concluded with 10 more acts successfully securing their place in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 Grand Final on Saturday night.
The exciting first Semi Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 has ended with 10 acts who ‘Dare to Dream’ of winning the world’s biggest live music event booking their place in the Grand Final on 18 May.