Participant: Lindsay Dracass Song: No dream impossible Writer(s): Russ Ballard, Chris Winter Composer(s): Russ Ballard, Chris Winter
Like every year the British try to show that Eurovision is a modern pop-music festival. As well as this year with the song “No Dream Impossible” sung by Lindsay Dacrass. In the last 20 years the United Kingdom earns big success with this modernity.
Lindsay’s voice is strong, but she has some choreographic and optical problems, maybe that’s her fail on Saturday. Lindsay was discovered by Alan Wood in Sheffield when she was only 13 years old. Her first experiences on stages she got in the UK, USA and in Europe. She also participated at the “Glastonbury Festival” in Los Angeles in 2000.
The song is a very good one, which can easily played by every radio station in the world. Sad to say is that the end of the song is a little weird. The composer extra changed the end to make it more sound like “Eurovision”.
The Eurovision is also quite new for Lindsay. What’s “Waterloo” or “Hallelujah”? “Maybe a new chocolate-bar” ?