The Eurovision Song Contest is nearing its 50th edition. Since 1956, many people have contributed to the world's biggest music event. One of them is German composer Ralph Siegel who made his first appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974, one of the most historical editions won by ABBA. More than 30 years later, Ralph Siegel is still passionate about the Eurovision Song Contest.
For the occasion of the 50th edition of the contest, esctoday.com asked Ralph Siegel about his personal thoughts and feelings about the Eurovision Song Contest. With all his heart and passion Ralph Siegel wrote us a letter, sharing his Eurovision Song Contest experiences and emotions with all esctoday.com visitors.
Furthermore Ralph Siegel talks about his Eurovision Song Contest plans and experiences in Malta, where five of his seven submitted songs have been selected for the Malta Song for Europe 2005 festival.
Click here to read Ralph Siegel's letter.
Esctoday.com kindly thanks Ralph Siegel for sharing his Eurovision Song Contest feelings with our visitors!