Tomas Thordarson is a Danish-Icelandic singer. He represented Denmark at the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song "Shame On You". The song came 13th with 56 points in the Semi-final, failing to qualify for the Final.
The "Alexandra & Konstantin" duo was formed in 1998 in Borisov, Belarus.
In 2000 the "A&K" duo became a prizewinner in the national TV contest of young talented performers and was rewarded with a chance to record their debut album in the studio of the National State Teleradiocomany of the Republic of Belarus.
Anjeza Shahini (born 4 May 1987) is an Albanian singer. She became the first representative for Albania at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with the song The Image of You. The year before, 2003, Shahini had won the first "Friday Night Fever" (Albanian Pop Idol).
Lisa Andreas, born 22 December 1987 is an English-Cypriot singer from Kent. At age 16, she represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 and came fifth with her performance of "Stronger Every Minute". She was the youngest artist taking part in the competition that year.
Marta Roure Besoli (born January 16, 1981 in Andorra la Vella) is a singer who represented Andorra an their Eurovision debut in 2004. She performed Jugarem A Estimar-Nos in the Semi-Final but failed to qualify for the finals, finishing in just 18th place.
Julie Zahra & Ludwig Galea were a Maltese pop duet, with a hint of opera added to their songs, from 2003 - 2006. They are known best for the Maltese entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 ("On again... Off again", 12th place).
Xandee is a stage name of Sandy Boets (born December 18, 1978), Flemish singer who represented Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. At the age of 16 she founded the pop duo "Touch of Joy" with Serge (Sergio) Quisquater. Sergio and his band Sergio & The Ladies represented Belgium in ESC 2002 with the song "Sister".
Neiokõsõ is an Estonian group who represented their country in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song Tii ('road') and they came 11th in the Semi-Final with 57 points. The song was sung in the Võro language spoken in Southern Estonia.
Chris Doran, (born 22 November 1979, Waterford, Ireland) is an Irish Singer who represented Ireland at the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest with the song If My World Stopped Turning after winning the hit RTÉ talent show 'You're A Star 2003-2004'.