Eurovision 2014

2FM Get Behind Andrew Mann’s Eurosong Entry For Charity Fundraiser

Andrew Mann "Be Mine" - Photo : itunes

Andrew Mann “Be Mine” – Photo : itunes

Our favourite hat wearing Eurosong Singer Andrew Mann, is getting the support of 2FM (RTE National Radio) as they release “Be Mine” as a Charity Record.

Andrew may not have won Eurosong but we are supporting him in his bid to make the song a chart success all in aid of the

“The Friends of the Rotunda Maternity Hospital ….is the fundraising arm of the Rotunda Hospital. Their aim is to raise money for research, better facilities and services and additional vital and life-saving equipment, particularly where the State is unable to meet such costs.”

The writer and composer of the song “Be Mine” is radio presenter Cormac Battle and host of a new Friday night Radio show on 2FM. Speaking on his hopes for the song

“On reflection, we didn’t want to let the song die that night. It’s still a great song and releasing it as a charity single can bring positivity to what was a pretty bruising Eurosong experience!”

We don’t hide the fact that we are and always will be huge fans of “The Mann” and we are so glad to see that he is not letting the Eurosong result keep him down.

Andrew Mann In Interview. Photo : Andrew Mann Facebook

Andrew Mann In Interview. Photo : Andrew Mann Facebook

“We got kicked fairly hard at Eurosong but I love the tune dearly. I still think it was the best one in there and putting it out for a good cause is good karma all round.”

The song is NOW available on itunes HERE

This is for a very worthwhile children’s/maternity hospital so please buy a copy of “Be Mine” today.

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

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