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19:35 Eurovision News

26:53 New Music

44:50 Fan Favourite

Austria has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 54 times since its debut in 1957. The country has won twice, in 1966 and 2014, and such it holds the record for the longest gap between consecutive wins — 48 years. The contest is broadcast in Austria by ORF. Vienna was the host city on both of the occasions that the contest was held in Austria, in 1967 and 2015. Having finished sixth at the 1964 contest and fourth in 1965, Udo Jurgens won at his third attempt in 1966 with the song “Merci, Chérie”. This was Austria’s only top three result of the 20th century. Austria won again in 2014, with Conchita Wurst and “Rise Like a Phoenix”

This Weeks Highlights

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Tusse

New Music

Tousin Michael Chiza, better known as Tusse, is a Congolese-Swedish singer. After winning Swedish Idol he represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

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Paenda

National Triple Play

Gabriela Horn, is an Austrian singer, songwriter and music producer. She represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song 'Limits'

Donny Montell 2016 Lithuania

Track List

1One LifeGlen Vella2011 Malta
2Every Song Is A Cry For LoveBrian Kennedy2006 Ireland
3ReflectionBobbie Singer1999 Austria
4Du BistTie Break2004 Austria
5LimitsPaenda2019 Austria
6Hope Never DiesMarta Jandova & Vaclacv Noid Barta2015 Czech Republic
7A Force De PrierNana Mouskouri1963 Luxembourg
8GrowTusse2021 Non Contest
9Rimi Rimi LeyGulseren2005 Turkey
10The Lucky OneUku Suviste2021 Estonia
11Ole OleIzhar Cohen1985 Israel
12Rise UpFreaky Fortune Feat. RiskyKidd2014 Greece
13I’ve Been Waiting For This NightDonny Montell2016 Lithuania
14Cry BabyJemini2003 United Kingdom
15GravityZlata Ognevich2013 Ukraine
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