Pastora Soler is a real darling of Team Wiwi. ‘Quedaté Conmigo’ proved a highlight of 2012, and the beautiful ballad recently made our list of greatest ESC Injustices of recent years. She might be busy on her new single and album campaign, sunning herself in Tenerife and dominating the Spanish Charts, but don’t take Pastora […]
Spain hasn’t had the best Eurovision record recently, mainly right-hand side of the board results, including a number of bottom five entries. Some blame the singers, some blame the delegation, some blame Europe’s fickle tastes. However, Spain did find a diamond in the rough eventually; the lovely Pastora Soler. Pastora went on to finish 10th […]
Rosa—the singer who achieved seventh place at Eurovision for Spain in 2002—helped select ESDM to represent Spain in 2013. Ahead of Malmö she advised the band to sing from the heart and to focus on delivering emotion. But not even she believed that her good advice would raise the possibility of Spain winning the contest. We […]
Pastora Soler was a huge hit at ESC 2012 — she won the annual press poll, and she ended up finishing 10th in the Grand Final.
In recent years the Spanish Eurovision script has read as follows: Spain does poorly, the nation is disappointed with its results, and the media criticizes the singers. But, in a sensational twist, Eurofans and some Spanish publications like Vanitatis are now placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of Frederico Llano, the head of Spain’s Eurovision […]
Pastora Soler, the Spanish singer with more than ten years of celebrity under her belt, will release her forthcoming album “Conóceme” (“Meet me”) on September 10. The first single, called “Te despertaré” (“I’ll wake you”), will premier on July 20 on all the big radio stations in Spain. Major stations, including Cadena Dial, have already had the […]
N-SCREENS, a Spanish company that is dedicated to marketing thematic tv channels, may set up a network devoted to the Eurovision Song Contest.
ESDM’s uncomfortable homecoming reflected Spain’s disappointment over the group’s poor performance at Eurovision. Now rumours are swirling that their embarassing finish will lead to the re-launch of Operación Triunfo, giving the nation hope it can once again find an act worthy of flying the Spanish flag at Eurovision.