Miguel Linde plans Eurovision comeback!

by Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani 106 views

Miguel Linde shot to fame last year during the Spanish Eurovision heats of Misión Eurovisión when his song Tu voz se apagará competed in the final to win the ticket to Helsinki. Miguel spoke to esctoday.com exclusively and talked about his future plans and about his Misión Eurovisión experience. He is planning to give Eurovision another shot either this year or in 2009.

Miguel hails from the Andalusian coastal city of Cádiz and works in Seville. He informed esctoday.com that he is working on making a comeback to the Eurovision scene and is interested in competing in the Spanish Eurovision finals again either this year or in 2009. He went on to mention that he will be pursuing to enter a song in one of the European nationalfinals next year and promises many surprises. The multi talented Spanish artist went on to mention that Misión Eurovisión has been a wonderful experience for him and has opened him many doors and opportunities. Many famous and established Spanish artists and composers have contacted Miguel after discovering his talent and passion for music in Misión Eurovisión.

Exactly one year back TVE the Spanish broadcaster kicked off Misión Eurovisión, the most extensive Eurovision selection process ever held in Spain. Currently Miguel is busy working and composing for several Spanish artists, having many projects lined up for the future. Miguel exclusively revealed information to esctoday.com about his latest project which he has already started to work on. He will be working alongwith the aspiring French composer Yann Charpentier, they will be fusioning their ideas and musical skills together in order to bring out the best of their talents. When asked if they were working on something forEurovision, he replied that they are preparing something but it's a suprise and when the time comes he will reveal the secret. He said that he was honoured to work with Yann who is a multi faceted artist and composer, excelling as a musician and pianist.

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