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Report: Marta Sánchez to represent Spain at Eurovision 2015

Marta Sanchez Eurovision 2015. Photo : lareputada.com

Marta Sanchez Eurovision 2015. Photo : lareputada.com

Report : Marta Sánchez to represent Spain at Eurovision 2015

Spanish News Agency Vertele is claiming that Marta Sánchez has been internally selected by the Spanish National Broadcaster to represent the country at Eurovision 2015 – READ HERE

The singer has released a statement apologising for the delay in the release of her new album, ’21 days’, claiming “technical reasons…There is an issue that delays the release of the album and you will understand when I can officially communicate”.

 

Marta Sanchez - Facebook

Marta Sanchez – Facebook

Spain has said that they will reveal their singer/song selection process officially on January 14th but local media are claiming that the show ‘The Hit’ maybe used to select the song that Marta will sing in Vienna.

Sánchez went on to say “sometimes opportunities appear that makes that happen”

Marta was born in Madrid (Spain). Her father, Antonio Sánchez Camporro, was an Asturian opera singer. She began her musical career with the band Cristal Oskuro, but shortly after she was discovered by Tino Azores, a sound technician for the popular pop/rock group Olé Olé

She is known as the ‘Queen of Spanish Pop’ and has collaborated with people from Nile Rogers to Slash (Guns N Roses) to Andrea Bocelli.

One of her biggest songs was with Venezuelan singer Carlos Baute with the song “Colgando En Tus Manos”. It was #1 on the Spanish iTunes for 29 weeks!

So do you think Marta is a good choice for Eurovision? Is Europe ready to disco? Let us know.

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Vertele

 

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