By the end of March, Estonia’s Getter Jaani had surpassed early favorites Stella Mwangi and Amaury Vassili to become the bookies’ choice to win Eurovision 2011. Wiwi loves this woman—who placed fourth on Estonia’s version if Pop Idol—because she isn’t afraid to dance around phallic objects, and because she’s brave enough to pair hot pink […]
After a series of disqualifications, the line-up for Estonia’s 2011 Eesti Laul Eurovision selection has finally been finalized. Twenty acts will compete in two semi-finals, scheduled for February 12 and 19. Five acts will advance from each heat to the final at Nokia Concert Hall on February 26. Wiwi hasn’t found videos for all of […]
Jana Kask, who won the second season of Eesti otsib superstaari—Estonia’s version of Pop Idol—will compete to represent Estonia at Eurovision 2011.
Siren in my head is making awful sound It’s time to make it clear what is lost and what is found My life has been lame, has been lame so far I wasted years, I wasted time trying to reach the stars My life has been lame, has been lame so far Give me time […]
Fresh off their sixth place finish at Eurovision, Estonia’s Urban Symphony has started recording their new album. They’ve already released a sneak peak of their first new single Paikese Poole (Towards The Sun). What do you think?
Read the lyrics and translation to Urban Symphony’s “Rändajad” (Nomads) — Estonia’s entry at Eurovision 2009. They finished third in the second semi-final with 115 points, and sixth in the grand final with 129 points.