Six hotties we wanna see on the Eurovision stage

Six hotties we wanna see on the Eurovision stage

Moldova: Pasha Parfeny Born in Orhei, Moldavian SSR, Parfeny had been surrounded by music from a young age. His mother was a piano teacher at the local music school, while his father was a singer and a guitarist. While in Orhei, he studied piano from a young age, and in 2002 enrolled at Tiraspol Music College, where he gained more vocal experience. In 2006, Parfeny continued his musical studies at the State Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts. In 2010, Parfeny again entered the Moldovan national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest, but this time as a solo artist. He tied in second with his song, “You Should Like”, which was defeated by his former band SunStroke Project’s collaboration with Olia Tira. The next year, in 2011, he once again failed to get the Moldovan delegation to the Eurovision Song Contest, placing third in the national selection with his song “Dorule”. Parfeny finally won the Moldovan national selection in 2012, representing the country in that year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The song, “Lăutar”, was written by Parfeny and composed in a collaboration with Alex Brașoveanu, placing 5th in the first semi-final, and 11th in the final. For the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Parfeny composed the song “A Million” for Aliona Moon in the Moldovan national selection. Moon was one of his backup singers for Lăutar in 2012. The song won and represented Moldova in the contest. It ranked fourth in the first semi-final, and again 11th in the final. Georgia: Misha Sulukhia Twenty-five-year-old Misha Sulukhia is a singer from Tbilisi. He is a man of many genres, performing pop, alternative, rock and even classical music. He can play the violin, guitar, flute, piano and saxophone, and tells us he has a preference for classical music, jazz and electronica. We’d love to see the mix on his most-played list. He graduated from the Zakaria Paliashvili Central Music School and later the Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire, and went on to win a number of singing contests. Misha rose to prominence after taking part on Georgia’s “Star Academy”, where he made it all the way to the finals. I guess you could call him a star pupil. He went on to cooperate with the Symphony Orchestra G. Handel and completed a master class with Professor Richard Levitt. Romania: Dorian Popa Dorian was born in Constanța , România. He is well known for his role as Andrei Anghel in the TV series Pariu Cu Viata. He is a very spontaneous person always trying to transform a happening into something constructive. He is currently enrolled in Master of Public Relations Marketing, AES. His love for music comes from childhood when he was at home listening to his mom sing. Albania: Ardian Bujupi Bujupi was born in Pristina, Kosovo to Kosovar Albanian parents. His family moved to Germany in 1992/1993. He was raised there and attended his primer and high school in Heidelberg. Bujupi was invited to perform in The X Factor Albania to promote his single. He later became very popular in the Albanian-speaking territories and released “Want U Now” also in Kosovo and Albania. The single was well received and was one of the most played summer songs. He toured around the Albanian-coast in summer. He entered the 51st edition of Festivali i Këngës in December 2012 for a chance to represent Albania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden with “I çmendur për ty” . This was Ardian’s first song in Albanian. He was qualified for the final and was a big favorite to win the contest. He performed first in the final and ended 11th. Spain: Xuso Jones He became popular through social media doing covers to other artists and sharing original songs. He recorded a video of himself singing his order from the car in the drive-through of a McDonald’s restaurant. The video became a viral hit on YouTube, and the company hired him for a Big Mac spot. After this he went to Los Angeles where he recorded three singles and a music video. “Buy the DJ a round” took him to the number 5 on iTunes Spain. “Celebrating Life” was the second single . He was nominated for Best Spanish New Artist on the 2012 edition of Los Premios 40 Principales, losing out to Auryn. Xuso served as the warm-up act for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez in Spain. In 2013-2014, he pa…

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