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29 Apr 2019

Every Estonian Eurovision Entry Ever Extravaganza – Part 1

Music, Society & Culture

Every Estonian Eurovision Entry Ever Extravaganza – Part 1

Liam took over the radio on Anzac Day, sharing every Estonian Eurovision entry ever performed with Melbourne and the world on Australia’s LGBTI home of all things Eurovision.

In this hour, Estonia’s favourite Australian starts at 1993 and runs through to 2004 with every Estonian song ever performed for Eurovision.

The Playlist

Janika Sillamaa – Muretut meelt ja südametuld [Estonian: Carefree Mind and Heart of Fire]

Silvi Vrait – Nagu Merelaine [Estonian: Like a Seawave]

Maarja-Liis Ilus & Ivo Linna – Kaelakee hääl [Estonian: Sound of Necklace]

Maarja-Liis Ilus – Keelatud Maa [Estonian: Forbidden Land]

Koit Toome – Mere Lapsed [Estonian: Children of the Sea]

Evelin Samuel & Camille – Diamond of Night

Ines – Once in a Lifetime

Tanel Padar & Dave Benton ft 2XL – Everybody

Sahlene – Runaway

Ruffus – Eighties Coming Back

Neiokõsõ – Tii [Võro: The Road]

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