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08:00 National Triple Play

19:29 Eurovision News

24:25 Special Guest

48:30 Fan Favourite

This Weeks Highlights


Joker Out

Special Guest

Joker Out is a five piece Slovenian indie rock band. They were formed in 2016 and have released two albums. The band represented Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with the song 'Carpe Diem', placing twenty-first in the grand final.


Circus Mircus

Fan Favourite

Circus Mircus are a Georgian progressive rock band who play mostly experimental music. They represented Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with the song 'Lock Me In', placing 18th in the second semi-final, failing to qualify for the final.

Luxembourg has participated in Eurovision 37 times since making its debut in 1956. Between 1956 and 1993, Luxembourg missed only the 1959 contest. The Duchy has not participated since its last participation in 1993, but is set to return in 2024. They have won the contest five times. Only Ireland and Sweden have more wins, with seven each. Luxembourg’s first victory was in 1961, when Jean-Claude Pascal won with “Nous les amoureux”. France Gall then won in 1965 with “Poupée de cire, poupée de son”. Luxembourg achieved back-to-back victories in the early 1970s, with Vicky Leandros winning with “Après toi” in 1972 and Anne-Marie David with “Tu te reconnaîtras” in 1973. Luxembourg’s fifth victory was in 1983, when Corinne Hermes won with “Si la vie est cadeau”. After hosting the 1984 contest, Luxembourg struggled to make an impact. They only reached the top ten two more times, with Sherisse Laurence third (1986) and Lara Fabian fourth (1988). After being relegated from taking part in 1994, the country did not participate in the contest up to 2023. Luxembourg is set to return to the contest in 2024. Luxembourg is the only multiple winner in the contest’s history never to have won with an artist native from their own country.

Lara Fabian Luxembourg 1988

In 1988, the RTL TV channel in Luxembourg invited Fabian to represent the country at the 33rd Eurovision Song Contest, held that year in Dublin, Ireland. The song was a composition by Jacques Cardona and Alain Garcia entitled Croire (Belief). It reached a respectable fourth place (while Celine Dion won the contest representing Switzerland). The single became a hit in Europe, selling nearly 500,000 copies.

Track List

1SpaceSlavko Kalezic2017 Montenegro
2Leave Me AloneHanna Pakarinen2007 Finland
3L’Amour De Ma VieSherisse Laurence1986 Luxembourg
4Pouppee De Cire, Pouppee De SonFrance Gall1965 Luxembourg
5CroireLara Fabian1988 Luxembourg
6Goodbye (Shelter)Sanja Vicic ZAA2016 Serbia
7Carpe DiemJoker Out2023 Slovenia
8New WaveJoker Out feat. Elvis Costello2023 Non Contest
9Is Always Over NowDawn Martin1998 Ireland
10Lock Me InCircus Mircus2022 Georgia
11You Let Me Walk AloneMichael Schulte2018 Germany
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