Deban: Pumping up the volume on a kitsch performance, Pasha Parfeny juxtaposes lots of random images to tell his story. It’s typically Moldovan in that he reverses the notion of “less is more.” His three-minute melody “Lautar” translates into an exercise of how much is possible within such a short time-frame. Furthermore, the stage moves could have only […]
This morning the Wiwi Jury caught a train to Chisinau to review Moldova’s ESC 2012 entry “Lautar.” Did cutie patootie Pasha Parfeny charm us with his trumpet? Or was he left tooting his own horn? Read on to find out.
Attention Eurovision man-shoppers: Moldova’s Pasha Parfeny has a girlfriend. This was one of the many revelations the 25-year old singer made during our recent interview at April’s Eurovision in Concert event in Amsterdam. Pasha, who is also a finalist in our search for Eurovision’s Next Top Male Model 2012, has swagger to match his fierce […]
Moldova may be one of the poorest countries in Europe, but it sure did invest a lot of money and energy into selecting Pasha Parfeny for Eurovision 2012. After a marathon 3.5 hour long final, featuring 21 songs and special appearances by our favorite Afro-Ukrainian singer Gaitana and Swiss cutie patootie duo Sinplus, Pasha walked […]
Read the lyrics to Lautar—Moldova’s Eurovision 2012 song by Pasha Parfeny.
Just when you thought Epic Sax Guy had thrusted his way off stage for good, Olia Tira & the Sunstroke Project submit a song to the Moldovan National Final. The group, which represented Moldova at Eurovision in 2010 with their naughty pleasure “Run Away,” have submitted an equally non-sensical song called “Superman.” The lyrics make […]
Watch the official video of Lerika’s “No, No”—Moldova’s 2011 Junior Eurovision entry. Lyrics: On this Saturday Shall be all my care Powder locks And curl my hair Listen everyone I’ll be number one When I’ll get these all things done *** One day , one time … maybe I’ll see Who do I have to […]
Six acts competing at Eurovision 2011 have performed on Europe’s biggest stage before. And two of them—Dana International and Lena—have already tasted victory. But does a second trip to Eurovision make them likely victors—or does it make them tired and stale? (Let’s not forget what happened to Malta’s Chiara Siracusa in 2009? Sad.)