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Greece in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

Here you find everything you need to know about Greece’s preparations for the “Eurovision Song Contest 2014”, including information about their national selection and links to their last five Eurovision entries (and their results), just to put the new plans in perspective. greece
Greece’s plans for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest:
Broadcaster: (NERIT)
Selection: “Εurosong 2014 – A Mad Show!”
Date: March 11th
Greece will participate in the (2nd half of) the second semi-final of the 2014 ESC, on May 8th

Rise Up“, Freaky Fortune feat. Riskykidd (official video)
(the winner of “Εurosong 2014 – A Mad Show!”)

The Greek plans for ESC 2014:
DT, the interim Greek channel, has applied for participation at the 2014 ESC but Greece can’t participate until they have a broadcaster that’s an EBU member. At the moment they are working on forming NERIT.
Four entries will participate in the Greek national selection, “Εurosong 2014 – A Mad Show!“, on March 11th.
Εurosong 2014 – A Mad Show! – The participants:
Rise Up”, Freaky Fortune feat. Riskykidd
(t&m: Freaky Fortune & Riskykidd)
Dancing Night”, Mark Angelo feat. Josephine
(t&m: Mark F. Angelo, Thomas Karlsson, Fast Lane, Josephine Wendel, Melina Makris)
Petalouda Stin Athina” (Butterfly in Athens), Krystallia
(t&m: Nikos Antypas, Aris Davarakis)
Kanenas Den Me Stamata” (No one can stop me), Kostas Martakis
(t&m: Elias Koza (Koza Mostra))
The last five Greek entries and results in the Eurovision Song Contest
2013: Alcohol Is Free Koza Mostra feat. Agathon Iakovidis Grand Final: 6th place
2012: Aphrodisiac Eleftheria Eleftheriou Grand Final: 17th place
2011: Watch My Dance Loucas Yiorkas feat. Stereo Mike Grand Final: 7th place
2010: OPA Giorgos Alkaios & Friends Grand Final: 8th place
2009: This Is Our Night Sakis Rouvas Grand Final: 7th place

(Keep in mind that the dates and rules can change and transcription errors may occur, so I can’t guarantee that everything is 100% correct all the time, although I update the page frequently with info from various Eurovision sites.)