The huge summer success of three times Eurovision Song Contest winner, Johnny Logan, and the man he felt should win the Belgian 2006 national final is growing. Following the Belgian national selection, Johnny and Kaye teamed up and created two tracks on which Johnny re-recorded the vocals for Hold me now and What's another year? to create the tracks Don't cry and I love to party . Now the songs are being released in the Netherlands, and more countries are set to follow. Click the 'play' icon below to watch the video to Don't cry / Hold me now.
The Double-A sided CD single will be released in the Netherlands on October 20th and is already receiving strong airplay.The song became one of the summer smashes in Belgium, and confirms Styles as one of the year's strongest break-through acts. He became the first artist to notch four top ten hits in Belgium in 2006. We also understand that there are plans for the song to be released in Germany and record companies in several other countries are interested in putting the song out.
The Waterford news reports: Kaye Styles first heard Johnny Logan’s Eurovision hits when he was a candidate for the Belgian National selection for the Eurovision song contest. Styles remixed Johnny Logan’s Eurovision hits “Hold Me Now” and “What’s Another Year‚ with his smooth R’n’B pop. Johnny loved the idea and re-recorded his vocals which led “Hold Me Now” to become “Don’t Cry” and “What’s Another Year‚ to become “I Love To Party”.
Johnny and Kaye will be appearing together at the TMF Awards 2006 in Belgium on October 14th. Also on stage will be this year's Belgian Eurovision Song Contest participant, Kate Ryan.