Eurovision Challenge: Day 5

Favourite song from a solo singer

Almost there:

Solo by Alsou (Russia 2000)

Tell Me Who You Are by Malene Mortensen (Denmark 2002)

Heaven by Jónsi (Iceland 2004)

Lejla by Hari Mata Hari (Bosnia & Herzegovina 2006 – technically a band, but as their name is the lead singer’s stage name, and he is practically the only original member, I’m classing their entry as one from a soloist. Plus, wait ’til you see how long my group/band favourites list is…)

Never Let You Go by Dima Bilan (Russia 2006)

This Is My Life by Anna Bergendahl (Sweden 2010)

 

But my favourite is:

Lane Moje by Željko Joksimović (Serbia & Montenegro 2004)

There aren’t many songs that still give me goosebumps on the 150, 094th listen (just an estimate). That’s how I know that this is The One! Three minutes of perfection.

 

About Jaz

Hi there – I’m Jaz, a 27-year-old Aussie with a serious Eurovision obsession. The ESC is the biggest and best party on the planet, and I like to keep it going way beyond May. That’s why I write about anything and everything contest-related (the songs, the costumes, the choreography and my undying love for Ott Lepland, for example) on my blog. Visit and subscribe for rankings, reviews and more fun stuff. You’ll get an automatic douze points from me! www.eurovisionbyjaz.com

Posted on September 1, 2011, in Random Stuff and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Oh I totally agree with your winner! I also love Alsou, Dima Bilan and Hari Mata hari 😀 Can’t say the same about Jónsi’s song though 😛

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