Support ESC Insight on Patreon

Newsletter: ABBA, The Museum Written by on October 26, 2015 | 2 Comments

Welcome to another edition of the ESC Insight Newsletter with all the latest happenings in the circus that is Eurovision. Read this edition in full on this link.

Inside there is lots of updates as we get ready for Sofia’s hosting of Junior Eurovision and plenty of drama from its bigger brother Contest as well. In Robertson’s Reflection this week, the column from Editor Ben Robertson, we have a review of Stockholm’s premier Eurovision attraction. No, not the lift above Globen, but the ABBA Museum. Here is a snippet for you.

Of course the Eurovision room, charting the success of Waterloo and it’s immediate impact on Europe, is a must-see. The costumes are striking, as is the signed guitar from the Brighton performance, but it’s the little details that will make it worthwhile. The newspaper cuttings from across the continent, the diary from the band recorded in that crazy week and the aftermath of appearances hopping between capital cities on a daily basis as ABBAmania begun. Eurovision fans should eeek out every last drop of information here, these are the happy times and there is plenty of trivia about this era of ABBA well documented.

Read the rest of the Newsletter for the full review and the rest of the Eurovision news. If you want to join the growing list of subscribers to the Newsletter then don’t forget to add your email to this link.


About The Author: Ben Robertson

Ben Robertson has attended over twenty Eurovision's, Junior Eurovision's and National Finals from places as bizarre as Ventspils, Chisinau and Tirana.

Read more from this author...

You Can Support ESC Insight on Patreon

ESC Insight's Patreon page is now live; click here to see what it's all about, and how you can get involved and directly support our coverage of your Eurovision Song Contest.

Share This Post

Have Your Say

2 responses to “Newsletter: ABBA, The Museum”

  1. Stefan says:

    What is wrong with Muzzart? It was a better song than Time. I do agree that Milki was better than both and should have gone to Vienna instead.

  2. Nothing wrong with it and arguably was better than ‘Time’ – however certainly a lot more frivolous than Uzari’s entry.

    What is more damaging is that low televote number, and Muzzart achieved that with adverts during the selection show. We saw the controversy in Moldova last year and I wouldn’t wish that on Belarus as they try and make their selection credible.

Leave a Reply