The Spanish singer David Civera attended an online Q&A session. When asked about the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest his reaction was not a refusal…
David Civera is busy with the promotion of his latest album, Versión original. Last Tuesday he answered various questions from his fans through the website of the Spanish broadcaster RTVE. During the interview he explained how Versión original is original because it is a return to his roots and it contains songs composed by himself.
Of course David Civera had some thoughts for the Eurovision Song Contest. He stated that his Eurovision entry in 2001, Dile que la quiero, has been his talisman because of the good luck it brought to him. When asked whether he could be in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, his answer left the door wide open: Why not? Let them propose it to me!
David Civera represented Spain in the 2001 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark with Dile que la quiero, reaching the 6th position. The song does mean a lot to David Civera as it continues to be the best result for Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in the past 13 years, it became a summer hit in 2001 and it marked the start of a successful career for the singer.
Versión Original is David’s tenth album. The artist’s website already features information on this last record and a link to purchase it online.
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