Tonight Again

Album: Single release only (2015)


  • This is Australia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, the first time the country has competed in the competition. Australia was granted permission to enter Eurovision 2015 on a one-off basis to celebrate the contest's sixtieth anniversary. Guy Sebastian wrote and performed this song specifically for the occasion.
  • Guy Sebastian was the first ever winner on Australian Idol back in 2003, and he has gone on to become one of the country's most successful musical performers. Sebastian is the only Australian male artist in the country's chart history to achieve more than five #1 singles.
  • Though this song is Australia's first Eurovision entry, Australians have taken part several times representing other countries:

    Gina G was the first overseas-born singer to represent the UK in the competition in 1996 with "Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit."

    Ireland's two-time winner Johnny Logan was born in Frankston, Victoria and spent his first three years in Australia, before his Irish family moved back to their home country.

    Olivia Newton John, who represented the UK in 1974 with "Long Live Love," was born in England but emigrated to Melbourne, Australia with her family at the age of six.

    Newcastle, Australia born and raised Jane Comerford is lead singer of Hamburg-based German country music-inspired band Texas Lightning.Their song "No No Never" came fourteenth in the 2006 Eurovision contest.
  • The song finished a creditable fifth place in the Eurovision final with 196 points.


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