Direction will be led by Vít Bělohradský and Matyáš Vorda. Let's take a look at the artists… MaellaGrowing up in Prague, the daughter of a local jazz musician, Maella would often visit the dimly lit, smoke-filled basement jazz bars in the city center. Watching bands through a glowing haze of the cigarette smoke that thickened throughout the night, she found herself feeling like she was listening alone, trapped in the aura of the music.
Hence the name Pam Rabbit. RODAN With his first ever single Gone, he rose to the top of the charts in Czech radio stations at the turn of 2021, where he was subsequently nominated for Discovery of the Year 2021 and included among the 50 hopefuls of Czech music according to the influential music magazine Headliner. Even then it was very clear that RODAN was a name to remember - confirmed with the release of his debut album Glasses Off in 2022, on which he balances between contemporary pop and indie folk with sympathetic ease and captivating intimacy and subtlety in the excellent production of Jan Čechtice (Ohm Square). VesnaVesna is a band led by singer-songwriter Patricie Fuxova. During their tenure, the band has released two albums, including duets with Vojta Dyk and František Černý (Čechomor). In 2019, Vesna received a nomination for the Anděl Awards and was chosen as a support act by the Scandinavian singer Aurora.
Czech Republic: ESCZ 2023 lineup revealedThe Czech Republic has revealed the 5 acts competing via ‘ESCZ 2023’ - a national final which will take place on Monday 30 January, 21:00 CET. ESCZ 2023: Monday 30 January at 21:00 CET live from PragueMaellaMarkéta IrglováPam RabbitRODANVesnaVoting will open during the show via the Eurovision app, and will close on Monday 6 February, with the winner announced shortly after.
She doesn't consider herself a musician as much as a creator who does a little bit of everything involving music. Therefore, directing music videos has also become a great passion of hers and she sees them as a refinement of how she meant her song. Her work is inspired by her fictional haunting, yet humorous, tragic world, which helps her understand, explain, and cope with the real one. The main goal of her work is to be able to let the listener know they're not the only one who doesn't understand what's really going on, and to offer support, laughter, and sometimes tears. She is known in the Eurovision world since she was a backing vocalist to Mikolas Josef in 2018 at Eurovision in Lisbon and has competed twice on ESCZ in 2019 and 2020. She is very fond of animals.
The film was called Once and was being made by The Frames one-time bassist and Glen’s friend, John Carney and won an Academy Award for best original song (Falling Slowly). Since then, she has lived in Ireland, USA and now lives in Iceland, where in 2022 she competed in Söngvakeppnin - the Icelandic national final. She has released 3 solo albums Anar (2011), MUNA (2014) and LILA (2022). Pam RabbitPam Rabbit is a Czech singer with