Germany 2016: Unser Lied für Stockholm

Germany: Listen to the songs for Unser Lied für Stockholm

The German selection, Unser Lied für Stockholm, takes place on 25 February 2016. Listen to all the 10 songs here

"Unser Lied für Stockholm" will be held on 25 February 2016, 20:15 CET in Cologne. Here ten artists will compete for the ticket to Stockholm. There will be two rounds of televoting, before we will know the winner. The winner will (if he/she wants to) represent Germany at Eurovision Song Contest 2016.

Unser Lied für Stockholm – songs

Rehearsal order

  1. Jamie-Lee Kriewitz – "Ghost"
  2. Ella Endlich – "Adrenalin"
  3. Joco – "Full Moon"
  4. Gregorian – "Masters Of Chant"
  5. Woods of Birnam – "Lift Me Up (From The Underground)"
  6. Luxuslärm – "Solange Liebe in mir wohnt"
  7. Keøma – "Protected"
  8. Avantasia – "Mystery Of A Blood Red Rose"
  9. Alex Diehl – "Nur ein Lied"
  10. Laura Pinski – "Under The Sun We Are One"
Jamie-Lee Kriewitz – "Ghost"
Ella Endlich – "Adrenalin"
Joco – "Full Moon"
Gregorian – "Masters Of Chant"
Woods of Birnam – "Lift Me Up (From The Underground)"
Luxuslärm – "Solange Liebe in mir wohnt"
Keøma – "Protected"
Avantasia – "Mystery Of A Blood Red Rose"
Alex Diehl – "Nur ein Lied"

Germany in Eurovision Song Contest

Best result is two victories in 1982 (Nicole - "Ein Bißchen Frieden") and 2010 (Lena - "Satellite"), and the worst is five last places. They are also a member of "Club Nul Points", with zero points in 1964, 1965 and 2015.

Germany 1982: Nicole - "Ein Bißchen Frieden"

Germany is a grand old country in the Eurovision Song Contest. They have participated 59 times since the beginning of ESC in 1956. The only year Germany didn't participate was in 1996. Prior to the competition in 1996, 30 countries had signed up for participation, so EBU had to make a selection. Judges from the countries made a secret voting, where the 22 best qualified. During this voting, the judges only listen to but didn't watch the contestants. This turned out to be highly unpopular, and it was also the only time this method was used. The result of the voting was that Germany was ruled out. This was the first and only time Germany didn't participate in Eurovision Song Contest.

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