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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 14:55

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with Christabelle

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Christabelle.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

My song is called Rush, it is written by Matthew Muxu Mercieca and composed by Elton Zarb.

My song basically sums up my life. The title in itself says it all – RUSH. The song has a two fold meaning. The first one being, my hectic, on the go daily routine but on a deeper level it also refers to the strong emotion that conquers your body when you find yourself deeply in love. 

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

The experience gained from this festival will remain with me throughout my career, mostly because of the exposure that comes with it. As stated above, this contest is the largest one in our country and Maltese citizens are very intrigued and follow attentively therefore it is an honour to be part of it. It is also substantial to not exclude the fact that through this experience you meet many new people, through the contest itself and also in the process leading up to the final night. 

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I always choose to perform songs that I believe in. The success is not only derived from the performer but from all the hard working people behind the scenes and the supporters.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwa0PwX-AFU

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

It is quite a controversial question as there are plenty of very good songs, but now that I have put so much work and time in to my song I would not change it for the world. 

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

I will definitely release new songs to maintain the public interest in my music and to also make myself happy by creating music that keeps me being so enthusiastic about this passion of mine.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

Keep on reading this blog especially if you are interest in the Eurovision song contest as it is very informative. On the other hand I would like to wish my heartfelt good luck to our Superstar Federica Falzon for Junior Eurovision. Hope you enjoy watching both the semi-final and the final of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest and if you are pleased with my performance don’t hesitate to grab your phone and vote for me :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TPZzqQatn0

Monday, 10 November 2014 19:59

MESC 2015: Male and Female Hosts Made Public

With the Junior Eurovision Song Contest literally days away, the Public Broadcasting Services has gone on record stating that Daniel Chircop and Lyona Xuereb Gatt will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which will see to the selection of the act that will represent the nation in Vienna, Austria next May.

Daniel is a prominent local television host and comedian whereas Lyona is a competing newcomer. Both will be pushed into the forefront of Maltese television when they host one of the country’s most popular annual television shows. The selection is to be held over two days with the semi-final being held on Friday 21st November and the final on Saturday the 22th November.  

Six acts will be eliminated on the first show with fourteen acts competing in the final on Saturday. As with previous years a combined jury and public vote will determine the act representing Malta in Vienna. We urge you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news about the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest.

Source: PBS / TVM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAGepcIs8W8

Published in Local Music News
Monday, 10 November 2014 12:45

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with L-Aħwa

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with L-Aħwa.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

‘Beautiful to Me’ is a light, positive song with a cheerful beat and a tune which makes it easy to sing along to. The lyrics are quite straightforward. As the title itself implies, it’s a song about being beautiful to someone who cares about you, even when things might not always be going your way. There’s a sense of genuinity in the simplicity of the lyrics, and this makes it so easy to sing them from the heart. This song somehow reflects the light-hearted fun we share together both musically and in general.

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

We had thoroughly enjoyed ourselves being part of the experience in Malmö when Gianluca represented Malta in 2013, so the Eurovision brings us many fond memories. Participating again, together this time, gives us another opportunity to enjoy performing together, and we’re doing it purely for the fun of it. Since we all have different professions and we don’t see each other much during the day (although we often communicate), rehearsing for a music event and the eventual performances allow us to share some great unforgettable moments together as siblings.

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

There has definitely been a great team behind the Maltese representative in these past years ... and we’ve been lucky enough to experience their professionalism.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MA01F-8qxrw

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

We will be happy to offer to sing Daniel Testa’s song, ‘Something in the Way’, since he will be busy singing ours! :p It’s a great song with a funky beat!

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

We’ve been singing together for quite a while and plan to continue doing so. This has already been quite an eventful year with projects such as Rockestra, Kelma Kelma u Nota Nota, and we have also produced our own concert last March in honour of our grandfather’s legacy, since he was also a popular lyricist during the 50s and 60s.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

We would like to thank the readers of escflashmalta.com for their constant support and encouragement. We truly appreciate this and also hope they enjoy our performance on the night :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BxCJyYvO9I

Saturday, 08 November 2014 23:00

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with Corazon

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Corazon.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

My name is Corazon, I’m a local singer/songwriter and this is my fourth participation in the MESC, but the first time I am taking part with my own composition. ‘Secretly’ speaks of a secret, unrequited love – a love that takes place in silent. The lyrics are mysterious and deep, yet very simple to understand and easy to sing along to. 

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

It really means a lot to me to be on that stage. I cannot even say it’s a dream come true as I’ve never even dared to dream something like this! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdKP2gg4bXU

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I believe that everything starts with a good song, however the organisation, publicity and marketing makes all the difference. Today’s singer must not only possess a great song, the looks and the voice, but also the brains, personality and just enough stamina to endure the Eurovision ‘fever’. I try my best to tick as many boxes as possible. 

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

I would not choose any other song because it means a lot to me this year that I am singing my own song. 

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

Earlier this year I launched my album of original songs in Maltese. I am looking forward to a live concert in January to follow up the success of this album and some surprises are awaiting its reprint edition. Aside from my participations in the MESC, I would love to be remembered as one who left a mark on Maltese culture through music and song. 

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

An artist is nothing without his audience. Thank you for the continuous support... and for believing in my work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj9IxEilHbU

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Chris Grech.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

The song, penned by myself, speaks about those times when you ought to do good and work really hard to achieve things in one’s life, to improve, to be a better man.  Unfortunately sometimes, not everything’s within one’s powers to make it all happen. That’s when the closed doors come in.  No matter how hard you try, sometimes, it’s still very difficult to get through.  However, adding to this, one must never give up on their challenges… they will surely make you a better person once you succeed!

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

As an artist I see Eurovision as a very big opportunity to kick off one’s musical career.  It is a great way to meet other artists and potentially collaborate with some of them.  You get the chance to expose what you love doing to millions of people and above that, represent your own country, which is truly honourable.

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I think that PBS, rightly so, are taking this competition very seriously and they’re investing a lot of time and money to make the best out of this.  This can be seen even more, now that the Junior Eurovision contest is being hosted here in Malta.  The preparations already give off what a great show this will be!Oh! and we’re getting the chance to perform on this same stage too, which is awesome! :) 

With regards to my entry, yes, I strongly believe that it has all of the elements to do justice to all of the efforts that PBS are doing in order to improve year after year.  Coming from a different musical background I feel I can give something different which is nevertheless of high quality.  This can be something that can make Malta’s entry differ from the rest which can potentially make it stand out.  We have tried with a lot of variations and genres, why not this one this time? Besides, I’m very easy to work with and can adapt really well to whatever is needed :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nheEDnXsrhQ

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

To be honest, unfortunately I didn’t really have the time to sit down and listen to all of the other songs, so giving you a reply on this would be unfair in my opinion :)

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

Yes for sure! I see the Malta Eurovision Song Contest as a means to expose my music rather than being a means to create music in the first place.  Being with my metal band or as solo projects, my schedule is always busy.  Funds permitting, I’d really like to write a full length album now as a solo artist so that I can make more of music on the lines of this year’s entry.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

If they’re reading this, then first and foremost, I’d like to thank them for taking the interest and time to read my interview.  I look forward to hearing their opinions on my entry and hope that it brings them a good vibes :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcjmh8tihQU

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Danica Muscat.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

My song is called ‘Closed Your Eyes’ written by Emil Calleja Bayliss and composed by Elton Zarb. The song itself speaks about the joys of motherhood and how one’s maternal instinct will always follow the child throughout his/her life. This also happens when one will have to let the child go on his own path as soon as s/he grows up. 

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

It is a very special experience and even more special to be part of this celebration of music this year. The contest itself is a great platform for all local artists and this year it is even more special since the contest will be taking place at the same venue of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. It surely an honour to be part of it and I am looking forward in enjoying this experience alongside my team.

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

Hard work definitely pays off and we are living proof of this. Malta has qualified to the finals for the past four years and the hard work being put by the winning team and PBS is evident. I genuinely hope that if my song is selected to represent Malta, this success will continue but I will leave that decision in the hands of the jury and the Maltese public – I will surely be pouring my heart out on stage and making sure I deliver the song to perfection.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O-2Ofzi6x0

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

This is surely a tricky one to answer especially considering that ‘Close Your Eyes’ was an idea brought to life by the whole team, so I find it difficult to chose another number but if I had to select one I think I would go for the song by Ekklesia Sisters. I like the message behind their entry and it is a sweet emotional ballad. 

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

There are always a number of projects in the pipeline, in this industry you always have to be on the go and I believe that is the fun of it. I look forward to work on more original numbers but surely for the time being my main focus is the MESC. 

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

I would like to thank all the readers of escflashmalta.com for their constant support towards the local scene and local artists. We would not be here if it weren't up to the people who support us and show appreciation towards our music.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biqeuZXLcMs

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Franklin Calleja.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

Hello Everyone! This is ‘Still Here’ composted and written by Alexander Rybak. A song which talks about the persistence for love. If you love someone, you’ll do everything and anything to be with them again.

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

It means everything! Music is a big part of my life! Since young, I used to watch the Malta Eurovision song contest from home and now I’m taking part in it. I can’t imagine myself not being in the contest now a days. Obviously like every other singer, I would love to have the privilege to represent my small country in front of Europe one day.

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I believe that us Maltese has a great potential in the music industry but unfortunately our country is too small to make a hit in the charts. Always in my opinion. I believe that this year I have a song who everyone can relate to and also it’s a powerful modern ballad. All Eurovision Fans love ballads do we? :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFUzRDuHYko

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

I would do a mash up, with all the refrains of all the songs haha! You can’t choose. All the songs are really good.

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

I would love to keep on going with my music career, and spread the love to my fans through my music.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

Hiya everyone, I really hope that you enjoy my song as much as I do. Hope to see you in the nearer future! Thank you for the wonderful support! Much love xx

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJkRUy-qdqk

Published in Interviews
Monday, 03 November 2014 14:32

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with Jessika

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Jessika.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

Fandango in my opinion is written by two exceptional people, Gerard James Borg and Philip Vella. After working together for several years now, I personally think we’ve achieved a great chemistry and love to work together as we get so creative… In fact, they created a catchy and above all a modern vibe to this song that does not only make it a good Eurovision contender but can also climb the charts. Fandango is a couple’s dance….  

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

I sincerely believe that the Malta Eurovision song Contest is a great showcase for us singers and I wish that every singer gets to experience it as it’s so much fun and through it people get to know us and our music. I believe that this experience makes me grow as a person and artist and I truly love it!!!

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I personally think that it’s a question of the other countries’ representatives and what the jury and the public like. If they happen to like modern, catchy and original dance tunes then I think Fandango would do well but who knows … 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8LziOIr3Zc

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

I do believe that my song was written with me in the author and composer’s mind and thus it fits me well, therefore I would think that the others did just the same. That’s what makes this competition a great one as every artist represents his or her own style.

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

Right now I’m really focused on the Malta Eurovision Song Contest and I’d love to get the chance to represent my country. As I love music so much, I’m planning to work on a new album, am already writing and humming some tunes and I hope to sing at some events abroad.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

I hope you all support the Maltese talent as it’s important to us singers, this also makes us work more to prepare a better project you can be proud of every time. I always try to give my utmost to have a great project and I really believe in my song Fandango. I hope you do so too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC_sfbt_rCs&list

Published in Interviews
Friday, 31 October 2014 17:52

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with Trilogy

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Trilogy.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

Our song is called “Chasing a Dream” and it’s composed by Paul Abela with lyrics by Joe Julian Farrugia.  The theme of the song is that no matter what life deals us, even if we are oppressed, we must find the strength and courage to keep chasing our dreams.  Hope and love never die and they will enable us to make our dreams come true.

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

We consider ourselves to be very lucky to be with the final 20 for a variety of reasons.  Malta’s music industry is booming with talented Eurovision hopefuls and to be with the finalists is a great honour as it is.  Moreover this year will be a special edition because it will follow Junior Eurovision and we will be very lucky to also enjoy the magnificent stage that PBS has prepared for this occasion. 

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

From the feedback that we have been given since the beginning of Trilogy back in 2006 from both the general public and people in the music industry internationally, we firmly believe that we have something unique to offer with our sound and our music, irrespective of the Eurovision and its results.  We are confident that we would be able to carry Malta’s aspirations with dignity.  We are a very hard working team and take Eurovision very seriously and perhaps it is this serious attitude to Eurovision that has enabled us to gain better standing in the contest.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TpyBDmHq0k

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

In reality we haven’t had time to listen to all the other songs because of our very busy schedule.  We would probably pick a favourite somewhere close to the final nights.  Having said that, songs for Trilogy need to be specific in style and music to suit the sound, voices and the use of harmony so we can’t really see other songs in the competition that could fit that requirement.  Our sound and song is truly unique.

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

As individual performers we also have major projects coming up, including Malta’s biggest Musical Theatre concert hosted by the PBS Orchestra on the 1st of November at MFCC, in which Eleanor and Roger will be interpreting some of the most favourite show tunes.  You will also see them together in The Phantom of the Opera as the phantom and Christine.  As Trilogy, we will surely be working together in the future as part of this new team that includes Ludwig Galea.  One of our plans is to eventually release a first Trilogy Album.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

We sincerely hope that you will enjoy this great show in which each and every participant is putting a lot of energy and effort and please do come to the venue to support all of the participants! Love to all!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZpmQ_rIypk

Published in Interviews
Thursday, 30 October 2014 06:14

MESC 2015: In-Depth Interview with Domenique

On the 21st and 22nd November, the Public Broadcasting Services will be hosting the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest at the Marsa Shipbuilding. 20 acts will be taking centre stage, in hope of representing the country at next year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, being held in Vienna, Austria. Over the next couple of weeks, escflashmalta.com will be publishing a series of interviews with all the participants. Whilst thanking the Public Broadcasting Services for this opportunity, Let's continue and follow things up with Domenique.

Would you kindly introduce your entry to our readers and also identify the meaning behind the lyrics?

"Take Me As I Am" - Songwriters:  Sara Biglert, Christian Schneider, Madeleine Jangklev, Aidan o'Connor - The meaning of the lyrics is very simple. Accept a person as she is and take her as she is with her flaws.

In Malta, the Eurovision Song Contest is considered to be a major outlet for the music industry, and you stand here as one of the semi-finalists. What does the whole experience mean to you?

I believe that the Eurovision Song Contest is a huge stepping stone that will help you grow more and develop more.

Recently, Malta has been rather successful at the Eurovision Song Contest, making the final on four of the last five participation attempts. What do you think is the reason for this success, and do you believe that your entry has what it takes to continue this positive trend?

I believe that we always had an impeccable package through out these last years and therefore I do believe that my entry has got it all to make success and to continue this positive trend.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq0g1-picjs

If you were given the opportunity to sing another one of the competing entries in the 2014-2015 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, which one would it be and why?

I would choose the song Rush by Christabelle as it has a different style that I don't usually sing.

Do you have any plans to release more music in the future, and do you have any particular projects in the pipeline?

Apart from the Eurovision, I am currently starring as a resident singer on the major hit programme Sibtek, and also planning to release an album apart from other projects.

Would you like to say anything to our readers at escflashmalta.com?

I would like to thank everyone for their support through out these last 15 years.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u9DzyLulXo

Published in Interviews
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