Georgia: GPB releases short snippet of Tornike Kipiani’s Eurovision 2020 entry

Georgia: GPB releases short snippet of Tornike Kipiani’s Eurovision 2020 entry

The Georgian national broadcaster, GPB, released a short snippet of the country’s Eurovision 2020 entry, that Tornike Kipiani will perform in Rotterdam next May. 

Georgian Idon winner, Tornike Kipiani will be representing Georgia in the next Eurovision Song Contest performing in Rotterdam Ahoy the song “Take me as I am” . GPB released today a small snippet of the song we will Tornike perform in Eurovision 2020:

Tornike will perform on stage the song alongside with three backing vocalists, one man and two women. Namely, Aleko Berdzenishvili,  Marian Shengelia and Mariko Lezhava will accompany the Georgian representative on the Rotterdam, Ahoy stage.

The song is described as a  mixture of classic rock, electro and dubstep, the style of song Georgia is used to sending to the contest. Recent Georgian Eurovision entries had an electro-pop, indie rock and ethno-jazz profile.  Tornike himself is behind the composition of the song alongside with the Georgian musician and producer Aleko Berdzenishvili.

The Eurovision story so far

Georgia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest first time in 2007 with Sopho Khalvashi and her song Visionary dream . Since then it has competed 11 times missing out only the 2009 edition of the contest, when they chose to withdraw. Its best results were scored  in Oslo with Sofia Nizharadze and her song Shine(2010) and Dusseldorf with Eldrine and the entry One More Day (2011) when both achieved a 9th placing  in the Grand Final. In 2018  the Ethno Jazz Band Iriao were internally selected to represent the country in  Lisbon with their entry For you. For a second year in a row Georgia failed to qualify to the grand final.

Lets remember Oto’s performance this year at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv:


Angelo D.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.