Hungary: MTVA reveal acts for A Dal 2017, listen to snippets!

We’re not even in 2017 yet, and yet another broadcaster has revealed their plans for the upcoming season. Hungarian broadcaster, MTVA, have revealed the acts which will be taking part in the national selection this year, A Dal 2017. They are:

  • Benji – Karcok 
  • Berkes Olivér – Ecstasy 
  • Calidora – Glory 
  • Csondor Kata – Create 
  • Fedor KYRA – Got To Be A Day
  • Garay Anna feat Kása Júlia – Jártam 
  • Henderson Dávid – White Shadows 
  • Jetlag – Keresem a bajt 
  • Kállay Saunders Band – 17 
  • Kanizsa Georgina – Fall Like Rain
  • Leander Kills – Élet 
  • Mrs Columbo – Frozen King 
  • Mujahid Zoltán – On My Own 
  • Muri Enikő – Jericho 
  • Pál Benjámin – Father’s Eyes
  • Pápai Joci – Be kell csuknod a szemed 
  • Peet Project – Kill Your Monster 
  • Peter Kovary & The Royal Rebels – It’s A Riot 
  • Radics Gigi – See It Through 
  • Roma Soul – Nyitva a ház
  • Sapszon Orsi – Hunyd le a szemed 
  • Singh Viki – Rain 
  • Soulwave – Kalandor 
  • Spoon 21 – Deák 
  • Szabó Ádám – Together
  • Szabyest – Szerelem kell 
  • The Couple – Vége van 
  • The Wings – Mint a hurrikán 
  • Tóth Andi – I’ve Got A Fire 
  • Totova and Freddie Shuman feat Lotfi Begi – Hosszú idők

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE SNIPPETS

As you can see, some recognizable faces are back in the competition: for instance, Ádám Szabó and Gigi Radics have already taken part a in previous editions as well as Andras Kállay-Saunders, who represented Hungary in Copenhagen 2014 coming 5th in the grand final and entered the selection with his band at the last year’s edition of A Dal.

MTVA have also revealed the panel of experts that will be responsible for judging the performances during the shows: Zsédenyi Adrienn Zséda, Both Miklós, Frenreisz Károly and Molnár Ferenc Caramel.

Last year, Freddie and his song “Pioneer” took A Dal’s trophy and made it trough to the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest from the first semifinal. Will they get to qualify being as successful as they’ve been for the last few years, after not failing to make it to any ESC Grand Final since their come-back in 2011?

Stay tuned!

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