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|101 Interesting Facts on the Eurovision Song Contest: Learn About the Annual Song Competition
Brief Description: Are you a fan of the Eurovision Song Contest? Do you follow all the pre-show build-up and eagerly tune in to watch the contest on television when the big night arrives? Can you remember all the past winners, and losers, who have provided so many golden Eurovision moments? If so, you won’t want to be without 101 Interesting Facts on the Eurovision Song Contest.
Find out when and where the very first Eurovision Song Contest was held, how many countries took part and what the contest was originally called. Gen up on which country has finished in first and last place the greatest number of times and all the famous artists who have participated in the contest through the years.
This book is full of fascinating Eurovision trivia about the performers, compares and participating countries as well as all statistics about the contest, to delight even the most knowledgeable Eurovision fans.
If you enjoy the annual singing spectacular that is the Eurovision Song Contest, this book is for you.
About the Author:
Kevin Snelgrove was born in Frome, Somerset, in 1960.
A prolific author, Kevin has written over 70 books on a range of subjects, including football, sport, television, film, music, health and leisure. Many of his books have been endorsed by celebrities and sports personalities such as Richard Wilson, Nicholas Parsons, Fennella Fielding, Ian Holloway and Neil Warnock.
Kevin has also recently taken up acting and was involved in the 2012 film The Seasoning House with Sean Pertwee. During his career, Kevin has appeared in TV, radio, DVD and in numerous newspapers and magazines.
Having worked with people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for 35 years, in 2013 Kevin decided to use his experience to benefit others and wrote a book about the subject.
Kevin lives in Frome with his wife Julie. He has four children; Samantha, Kate, Charlotte and Samuel, and a grandson, Reuben.