Ronan Keating writes Eurovision Song Contest entry for DenmarkFebruary 13th, 2009 - 5:53 pm ICT by ANI
London, Feb 13 (ANI): Irish pop singer Ronan Keating has revealed that he is not only writing a new album for Boyzone, but also the Eurovision Song Contest entry for Denmark too.
Keating revealed to Chris Moyles on his Radio 1 breakfast show, how he”d ended up penning the Danish Eurovision entry, called Believe Again, rather than for his homeland of Ireland.
It wasn”t written as a Eurovision song, it was just written as a pop song with this guy from Denmark, and one thing lead to another and this guy covered it and he ended up going into the competition into the final ten and it won. It is brilliant, its hilarious, the Mirror quoted him as saying.
He also said that he was writing the new material around the band’’s arena tour in May and June.
(It’’s a) brand new album. We”re back in the back in the studio, so we”ll have a new album out for the end of the year hopefully, he added. (ANI)
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