Eurovision Home Concerts Episode V is published! You can watch the live concerts below;
This Friday, 1 May, the following artists will showcase their talents from home:
Ben Dolic (Germany 2020)
His Eurovision entry Violent Thing was released on 27 February 2020, and he will sing this song during Eurovision Home Concerts alongside Beautiful Mess by Kristian Kostov.
Michael Schulte (Germany 2018)
In February 2018, Michael won Unser Lied für Lissabon which is the German national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, with his song You Let Me Walk Alone. In the song, Michael opens up about his feelings after losing his father. Michael will sing You Let Me Walk Alone beside Ryan O'Shaugnessy's Together.
Roxen (Romania 2020)
Roxen became the country’s representative in a songwriting camp that public broadcaster TVR organized in collaboration with music label Global Records.
She will not only sing her Eurovision entry, Alcohol You, but also Swedish Sanna Nielsen's Undo. (Sweden 2014)
Samanta Tina (Latvia 2020)
Samanta Tina’s passion for the Eurovision Song Contest is unbelieveable, having participated in the Latvian national competition 6 times, not including 2 attempts to represent her second home, Lithuania, in 2015 and 2017. Samanta will sing her Eurovision entry Still Breathing next to Ani Lorak's Shady Lady.
Sandro (Cyprus 2020)
Sandro will sing his song Running as well as Again by Australia's Guy Sebastian.
In April, he made an announcement on Instagram, the recording of a Running Unplugged video, which is soon to be released:
Senhit (San Marino 2020)
Senhit took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 in Dusseldorf, representing the San Marino with her song Stand By. She finished 16th in the first Semi-Final. Senhit was chosen to represent San Marino again in 2020 with her song, Freaky!,
Next to Freaky!, Senhit will sing L’essenziale by Italy's Marco Mengoni.
Tom Leeb (France 2020)
French public broadcaster FT returned to an internal selection in 2020 and determined Tom Leeb as their Eurovision Song Contest representative. After reviewing more than 100 songs, FT has selected and broadcasted the French-English ballad, Mon Alliée (The Best In Me), live from the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Tom will sing his song Mon Alliée (The Best In Me), as well as Duncan Laurence's Arcade.