#PanAmericanSong: The results!

After kuko3three weeks of voting, the final results of #PanAmericanSong are now here.

Between the semi-final and final there were a total of 223 votes cast. Thanks to everyone who voted! It was a good outcome. However for another edition I’d partner with other Eurovision-related blogs for something much more elaborated.

Here are the results:

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#PanAmericanSong: Vote now in the final

kuko3The voting for the #PanAmericanSong final has now begun! You can listen to the songs below and vote for your favourites. You can vote for as many songs as you want. The song which receive the most votes will be declared the winner of the pilot season of this game.

This final consist of the ten qualifying countries from the semi-final plus Canada, the U.S.A. and eight Caribbean islands. This is a more diverse group, where ten of the songs are in Spanish, nine in English and one in Creole. There is a good mixture Continue reading “#PanAmericanSong: Vote now in the final”


#PanAmericanSong: Semi-final results

kuko3The results of the #PanAmericanSong semi-final are in! First and foremost, I’d like to thank everyone who voted. A total of 165 votes were cast.

Ten countries will now join Barbados, Canada, Dominica, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and the U.S.A. in the final to ultimately choose the best song from the Americas.

There was a tie in the tenth place and to determine the qualifier, I decided to award the spot to the country which I received the most visits from. Continue reading “#PanAmericanSong: Semi-final results”


#PanAmericanSong: Vote now in the semi-final

kuko3The voting for the #PanAmericanSong semi-final has now begun. You can listen to the songs below and cast your vote. You can vote for as many songs as you like but you can only vote once. The ten most voted songs will advance to the final and join another ten countries.

In this semi-final only Latin American countries compete as a result nineteen out of the twenty songs are entirely in Spanish and one is in Portuguese. Below the songs, I have included the source where I selected them from.

The voting ends on June 21 at 23:59 PST (UTC-7)

Enjoy! Continue reading “#PanAmericanSong: Vote now in the semi-final”

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#PanAmericanSong (En Español)

Americas MapHola a todos,

Para aquellos que esten sufriendo de depression post-eurovision, o simplemente están entusiasmados con la Copa América Centenario, aqui les traigo un juego estilo eurovisivo para elegir la mejor canción de las Américas (norte y sur): #PanAmericanSong

El juego es bastante simple. Yo seleccione treinta canciones que representarán a diferentes países del continente.

La primera temporada de este juego será la piloto. Simplemente quiero ver a cuanta gente le atrae esta idea y de alli elaborar un juego mas desarrollado con jurado, scoreboards, audiovisuales, etc. Por lo tanto es asi: Habrán dos votaciones, a partir de encuestas, una Continue reading “#PanAmericanSong (En Español)”


#PanAmericanSong: An Online Game

Americas MapHi guys,

For those suffering from Post-Eurovision Depression, having online Eurovision-style games is a way to cope with it. During my teenage years I created the “International Song Contest” which still runs today under a new management. Therefore I’ve decided to create my own online game, which is meant to be annual and less time consuming.

PanAmerican Song is an online game where readers will select the best song from the Americas (North and South America). For this, I’ve decided to invite other Eurovision blogs like wiwibloggs, ESCToday, the Eurovision Times, Talk About Pop Music, Eurovoix, and my twitter followers with the #PanAmericanSong. Continue reading “#PanAmericanSong: An Online Game”