Eurovision

#HUNGARY: A Dal 2017 participants announced

a-dal-2017

Hungary has become the latest country to reveal its list of songs for Eurovision. Our Magyar friends have made the Saturday night Grand Final for the last six years, so with a good record like this there will be a lot of pressure.

The method for selecting Hungary’s representative in Kyiv will again be through the established ‘A Dal’ competition. Thirty songs will compete in three heats, with songs moving through semi-finals and then a final. The first show of the six takes place on Saturday 14 January, with the final on Saturday 18 February. But who are the lucky thirty?

 

Benji – ‘Karcok’

Olivér Berkes – ‘Ecstasy’

Calidora – ‘Glory’

Kata Csondor – ‘Create’

Fedor KYRA – ‘Got to be a day’

Anna Garay feat Júlia Kása  – ‘Jártam’

Dávid Henderson – ‘White shadows’

Jetlag – ‘Keresem a bajt’

Kállay Saunders Band – ‘17’

Georgina Kanizsa  – ‘Fall like rain’

Leander Kills – ‘Élet’

Mrs Columbo – ‘Frozen king’

Zoltán Mujahid  – ‘On my own’

Enikő Muri – ‘Jericho’

Benjámin Pál – ‘Father’s eyes’

Joci Pápai  – ‘Be kell csuknod a szemed’

Peet Project – ‘Kill your monster’

Peter Kovary & The Royal Rebels – ‘It’s a riot’

Gigi Radics  – ‘See it through’

Roma Soul – ‘Nyitva a ház’

Orsi Sapszon  – ‘Hunyd le a szemed’

Viki Singh  – ‘Rain’

Soulwave – ‘Kalandor’

Spoon 21 – ‘Deák’

Ádám Szabó – ‘Together’

Szabyest – ‘Szerelem kell’

The Couple – ‘Vége van’

The Wings – ‘Mint a hurrikán’

Andi Tóth  – ‘I’ve got a fire’

Totova and Freddie Shuman feat Begi Lotfi – ‘Hosszú idők’

 

The one name that stands out is Kállay Saunders. András is back, with his band. It appears that he means business. Ádám Szabó and Gigi Radics have also been in A Dal before, so will also be worth watching.

Stay tuned for more news as it happens. But here’s Gábor Alfréd ‘Freddie’ Fehérvári, the winner of A Dal 2016, with his song ‘Pioneer’.

Hungary has participated in 14 contests, and also in preselections in 1993 and 1996. Their best finish to date is a fourth place for ‘Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet’ by Frederika Bayer in 1994.

For more info make sure to check us out on FACEBOOK,TWITTER,INSTAGRAM, SNAPCHAT, PERISCOPE and YOUTUBE  for even more news and gossip!

Author: John Stanton

Source: MTVA, Eurovision Ireland, Youtube

Advertisements

Tell Us What You Think!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s