1. Chase and Status ft Blossoms – This Moment
2. Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On
3. Imelda May – I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
4. Rich Hall – Goddamn Working Dog
5. Robert Miles – One and One
So, did you enjoy this week’s exciting European Semi-Final action?
I’m not talking about the European Cup of the UEFA Cup, but the Eurovision Song Contest. Oh yes, it’s that time of year.
So, to get you in the mood, as if you need to be gotten into the mood, here’s a Eurovision chart.
PS : Vote Sweden.
FIVE EUROVISION SONGS
1. Emmelie De Forest – Only Teardrops
2. A Friend In London – A New Tomorrow
3. Katrina and the Waves – Love Shine A Light
4. Johnny Logan – Hold Me Now
5. Father Ted Crilly and Father Dougal Maguire – My Lovely Horse
1. Thea Gilmore – London
2. Fun ft Janelle Monae – We Are Young
3. Bruce Springsteen – Viva Las Vegas
4. Ren Harvieu – Open Up Your Arms
5. The Killers – Ultraviolet
This week saw the announcement of the Peace One Day concert in Ebrington. Not a bad line-up, but Derry Journal reported earlier this week that Noah and the Whale, and Ellie Goulding would be on the bill, which got my hopes up.
Still not sure wether I am going to it, we’ll have to wait and see. Anyway, here’s a Top Five from the line-up.
FIVE SONGS BY ACTS CONFIRMED FOR PEACE ONE DAY
1. Guillemots – Annie, Let’s Not Wait
2. Wonder Villains – Oh Peter
3. Imelda May – Mayhem
4. Newton Faulkner – Teardrop
5. Guillemots – Trains To Brazil
February was a month of travelling, and thankfully, the pictures reflect that.
At the start of the month, I headed to Barcelona for a quick break, and absolutely loved it.
It’s a fantastic city worth visiting, with some fantastic Street Art and sights which is a dream for amateur photography.
Managed to get a ticket for the match at the Nou Camp against Atletico Madrid, where despite being in the second tier of the stand, I managed to get some fantastic shots of a fantastic stadium.
Almost as soon as I got home from Barcelona, I was Dublin bound to see Northern Ireland take on Scotland, in the newly built Aviva Stadium which is kind for amateur photography, even though some of the seats have shocking views.
Later in the month, I managed to see Imelda May perform at the Oh Yeah Centre for a TV show, where I managed to get into a good position for shots.