Eurovision Finals 2013

Marcin Mroziński (Eurovision 2010) is back at a European Contest

Marcin Mroziński will be representing Poland again on a European Song Contest this year. Photograph courtesy of www.vecer.com

Marcin Mroziński will be representing Poland again on a European Song Contest this year. Photograph courtesy of http://www.vecer.com

The dashing and highly talented Marcin Mroziński – who represented Poland at Eurovision in 2010 in Oslo – will again be representing his country. Marcin has revealed that he will be the Polish Representative at the International Contest of Pop Singers “PIROGOVSKY RASSVET 2013” that is scheduled to take place in Moscow on August 10th 2013.

Marcin will be performing the song “I ZNÓW ZATRZYMAĆ CZAS” where Marcin wrote the lyrics for the song and the music was composed by Michalis Antoniou.

There are 17 artists and countries being represented at the contest. You can vote on-line for your favorite at the following link www.mirgreen.ru/internet-golosovanie

Now we all remember Marcin from Eurovision 2010 when he represented Poland with the dramatic song “Legenda”

Not only that but Marcin and Ireland’s own Eurovision Legend Niamh Kavanagh became good friends along with Thea Garret from Malta that year – so that is good enough reason for us to show our support for Marcin at the “PIROGOVSKY RASSVET” contest.

Marcin Mroziński(Eurovision 2010), Niamh Kavanagh (Eurovision 1993 and 2010) and Eurovision Ireland friend Szymon Stellmaszyk. Photograph courtesy of  eurovision-windmachine.blogspot.com

Marcin Mroziński(Eurovision 2010), Niamh Kavanagh (Eurovision 1993 and 2010) and Eurovision Ireland friend Szymon Stellmaszyk. Photograph courtesy of eurovision-windmachine.blogspot.com

The question we are always posing to Marcin is – When is Poland returning to Eurovision and more importantly when is he returning to Eurovision?

Author/Website co-founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source – Facebook, http://www.mirgreen.ru and Eurovision Ireland

2 replies »

  1. I miss Poland a lot: they had very good and underrated songs in their native language. Please, come back together with Slovakia at least, and the Czeh republic at most ! We need cultural diversity in the contest.

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