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Ireland : Aimée supported by “KeyWest” and busy promoting.


(Photograph Courtesy of Aimee Facebook)

The lovely Aimée has been busy promoting her Eurosong entry “Crashing Down” across Ireland last week. It has to be challenging for the youngest of this year’s Eurosong finalists. At the age of only 17, Aimee is certainly rising to the challenge.

Last week saw Aimee take to the stage at 3 of Dublin’s biggest shopping centre’s – Blanchardstown, Liffey Vally and The Pavillions. The reception that Aimée received was overwhelming from the public. Not only that but Aimee has received the support of Meteor Nominated Irish Band KeyWest


(Courtesy of KeyWestOfficial Twitter)

The radio interest in Aimee has also been very strong with her song “Crashing Down” being played across many of the stations. Aimee was on the “Dermot & Dave” show on 98FM which is one of the countries most listened to stations.


(Photograph Courtesy of Aimee Facebook)

However that was not the only stop for Aimee. She was off to visit Eurovision Fan DJ Tony Scott on South East Radio – which is an essential pilgrimage for all Eurovision and Eurosong contestants. Following this it was on to meet the 99.1FM Radio Crew. No stopping Aimee


(Photograph Courtesy of Aimee Facebook)

Aimee will be performing the song “Crashing Down” that was composed by Robert Grace and she is being mentored by Marc McCabe. Currently Aimee is 3rd in our online vote – which you can vote on to the right of this article. If Aimee is your favourite then have your say. Already over 10 thousand people have voted.

(YouTube Video Courtesy of ReligionMusic)

Aimee will perform second in the Eurosong Final that will take place this Friday February 22nd on the Late Late Show on RTE 1. Make sure to tune in.

Source Eurovision Ireland

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