Annet Artani prepares songs for Greece

by Stella Floras 200 views

Although ERT, the Greek broadcaster, have not yet announced the details of next year's preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest, it is indicated that an internal selection is out of the question. The broadcaster seems set to go for a national final with many songs for one artist or one with many artists competing for the ticket to Belgrade.

Annet Artani, the Cypriot representative in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest, stated that she is currently in Canada preparing three songs to submit to the Greek broadcaster this time. In her MySpace blog, Annet states that she is keen to "correct the image" created by her participation in the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest with a ballad she was asked to sing. Thus, she is working on a high energy piece that will showcase her vocal abilities and suit her personal style more than Why do the angels cry did. With the second song she has written : "the rock chic within me is metaphorically spitting out this ultra girl power attitude left and right", says Annet.To make provision for a possible decision by the Greek broadcaster to go for a choice of multiple songs for one singer, Annet will be working on three songs in total, just in case.

After Canada, Annet Artani will be flying to New York city where she will sign a contract with a local label and begin work on a new album in January.

Click here to visit Annet's MySpace and listen to her latest songs.

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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