Eurovision 2015

Eurovision Singers Come Together For Charity Record

Slove'n'aid - Photo by Maruša Pirnat

Slove’n’aid – Photo by Maruša Pirnat

Eurovision Singers Come Together For Charity Record

In the same spirit of ‘Band Aid‘ 4 former Eurovision Singers have joined forces with 14 other singers to create a Humanitarian Aid video.

Slove’n’aid sees 16 well-known Slovenian singer unite to promote Slovenia’s Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid. The song is called ‘En svet’ (One World) with the aim to raise awareness and promote Slovenia’s Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid.

Included in the 16 singer group is Darja Švajger (Eurovision 1995 and 1999), Eva Boto (Eurovision 2012), Nuša Derenda (Eurovision 2001) and Omar Naber (Eurovision 2005) who join with Alya, Andraž Hribar, Eva Černe, Eva Hren, Jana Šušteršič, Katja Koren, Manca Špik, Nejc Lombardo, Skupina Gadi and Vlado Pilja.

For real Eurovision fans you will also know the name of Katja Koren who sang backing vocals for Slovenia on three occasions (in 2006 with Anžej Dežan, in 2011 with Maja Keuc and in 2012 with Eva Boto)

The song ‘En svet’ (One World) was written and produced by Žiga Pirnat, who co-wrote ‘Time to Rise’ in the Irish Eurosong 2008, ‘Shine’ in the Ukrainian Eurovision in 2010 and ‘Twilight’ in the Romanian Eurovision in 2012. The last two songs were co-written by Andraž Gliha who also produced the video for ‘En svet’.

The project ‘En svet’ was supported by the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is part of the European Year of Development 2015 focused projects in Slovenia.

For more information on this worthy charity project you can do so on their Official Facebook Page HERE

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Eurovision Ireland and Slove’n’aid

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