BBC Studios has today opened the public song submissions to find the UK’s entry for the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel next May.
Like in previous years, all public entries will be shortlisted by a representative panel from OGAE UK. While entries are also being sought from leading professional songwriters, with guidance from songwriter, publisher and BBC Music Consultant, Greig Watts.
To know exactly what you have to do for a chance to have your song heared by millions of people, go quickly to the BBC website and see the rules and the steps for applying.
Author: Bogdan-Stefan Fedeles
Source: BBC, Eurovision Ireland