Introducing 2012: Georgia!

All the entries for the 2012 contest have been selected and now My Eurovision Diary will introduce them to you!

Entrant: Anri Jokhadze

Anri Jokhadze is famous as a pop singer in his country. He was born on November 6th, 1980 in Georgia. Arni Jokhadze currently lives and works in Tbilisi. 31 years old artist is famous and loved by Georgian audience for his powerful voice with great range (4 octaves) and his distinctive artistic talent.

He is the winner and laureate of 13 international contests. Anri has been singing since the age of 4; he participated in many contests and concerts both in Georgia and abroad. He is the author of songs, and served as a screenwriter of video-clips. Anri is a producer of many newcomer singers. He started his music career in 1998. Anri has won thirteen music awards to date. He also has a title of “The Georgian Golden Voice”.

He was a backing singer for Diana Gurtskaya, who sang ‘Peace Will Come’ in Belgrade.

Entry: I’m a Joker

The song is composed by Rusudan Chkhaidze and penned by Bibi Kvachadze, the song talks about a man who always screws all what he does. The song was selected through the Georgian national final, as well as Anri.

Tomorrow we will introduce the Turkish entry, note that the entries will be introduced according to the running order!


4 comments on “Introducing 2012: Georgia!

  1. The prize for worst rhyming in English goes to Georgia this year: joker – rocker – shocker – poker – walker – broker – blocker – breaker etc. Oh my … Originally the song was called ‘I’m a Jocker’ too but fortunately someone discretely pointed this mistake out so that they could correct the title in time for the official submission deadline. The song itself isn’t all bad imo and I even enjoy listening to it in studio version if I am in the right mood, but Gosh! That live performance was terribly messy and lame. 3/12, 33rd place and highest ranked crap on my list.

  2. I like the music, but lyrics is meaningless. All hates this song, but Georgia my number 10/42 with 6/12 point. Good luck to Georgia! 🙂

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