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11:58

Gibraltar

International Song Festival on 12 October

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival is taking place on 12 October at the Tercentenary Hall with a record-breaking number of entries from over 27 countries. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the GISF is one of the most important

17:36

Gibraltar

Gibraltar International Song Festival postponed

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival, which is open to composers and authors worldwide and was due to take place at the Tercentenary Sports Hall on 18 May, has had to be postponed. The organisers say the decision was regrettably necessary but

10:43

Gibraltar

Gibraltar International Song Festival entries

Debbie Bartlett

Entries for the Gibraltar International Song Festival, which takes place on Saturday 18 May this year, can be submitted until the end of this month. Composers from all over the world are invited to submit previously unpublished works, and further

14:49

Opinion

The Seine old song

Peter Edgerton

Demis Roussos came up in conversation down at The Shakespeare the other day so we put his biggest hit Forever And Ever on the jukebox (oh, alright, the computer) and I was immediately transported back to halcyon days of my childhood - Toast Toppers (

11:01

LifeStyle

Christmas song for butterfly children

Tony Bryant

A British expat singer is to release a charity Christmas song to raise funds for the 'butterfly children'. Composed and performed by Rashpal Singh, the song is called Sack of Dreams, a catchy festive composition produced by John Springate, former ... months ago and I was so inspired by the work that they do, I decided to record a song to raise funds to help them continue their work. The music for the song was recorded in Wales and the vocal track was added at a studio on the Costa del Sol earlier this ... she has recorded a song for charity, although she is already making plans to continue her support of the butterfly children. "The good thing about recording a Christmas song is that it can be re-released each year, but I have decided to sing part of

18:41

What to do

A song to life

Tony Bryant MALAGA

...under the banner of, A Song to Life - Cudeca's Palliative Care Eliminates Suffering. Malaga pianist, Cristina Alba Padial, who performed with the Malaga Symphony Orchestra at Cudeca's twenty-fifth anniversary concert at the Cervantes Theatre in April,

18:09

Opinion

The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes

...of the song we used to sing as kids - the Hokey Cokey - in out, in out, shake it all about. I certainly feel like I have been shaken all about since waking up on 24 June 2016 to the final result of the referendum. Cast your minds back to that balmy

13:10

Gibraltar

Date set for next year's Song Festival

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival 2018 will be held on Saturday 2 June and the closing date for entries is 12 January. The organisers say that although they have only just 'opened for business' they have already received some great songs

12:09

LifeStyle

6 April 1968: Spain triumphs at the Eurovision Song Contest in London

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

The 13th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in the Royal Albert Hall on 6 April 1968, was won by the Spanish singer and actress, María de los Ángeles Félix Santamaría Espinosa. Better known as Massiel, the Madrid-born artist was just 21 ... when she triumphed with the song, La La La. However, she was only given nine days' notice that she was to represent Spain in the contest. The Catalan singer, Joan Manuel Serrat, was originally selected to represent Spain, but Serrat had intended to ... sing in Catalan. This was considered an affront to the Francoist regime which insisted that the entry be performed in Castilian. Serrat refused. At the time, Massiel was on tour in Mexico, but she returned to Spain in time to learn the song that would

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

...bad. No one ever wrote a great song on Christmas Day, I'll bet; but on a wet Wednesday in January? No doubt. Soon, it'll inevitably be time for more celebrations of some kind but, in the meantime, let's raise a glass to these, the inbetween days,