Running Order Position

14 in the Semi-Final (2)5 in the Final


Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders


Life Looks Better In Spring lyrics

Music by

Nasos Lambrianides, Melis Konstantinou

Lyrics by

Nasos Lambrianides

Participating Broadcaster


History: Cyprus
Event Points Place
Eurovision Song Contest 2010 Final
Saturday, May 29, 2010
027 21
Eurovision Song Contest 2010 Semi-Final (2)
Thursday, May 27, 2010
067 10

About Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders

Cyprus will be represented in this year's Eurovision Song Contest by Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders who will perform Life Looks Better In Spring.

Photo of Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders

Can’t find someone to sing your song for the Eurovision Song Contest – Google will!

It is amazing what you can do over the internet these days and no one knows this better than Cypriot song writers Nasos Lambrianides and Melis Konstantinou.

After penning a song called Life Looks Better in Spring they decided to enter it in the Cyprus selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. But they had a problem – they didn’t have anyone to produce it OR sing it.

So, like most people these days who are looking for something – they went online and hit the world-wide-web jackpot! Their surfing led them to Wales in the UK and to music producer Jon Gregory. Jon suggested that the song writers take a look at an online demo of musician Jon Lilygreen. They did, and they were blown away with his natural talent and invited him to sing for Cyprus. It was from there that Jon Lilygreen and the Islanders were born.

Jon Lilygreen is 22 years' old and comes from Wales in the United Kingdom. He is a professional working musician who has been involved with many styles of old and contemporary music. As well as singing, Jon composes his own songs and is a very talented guitar player. He is well known in his home town of Newport where he performs acoustic sets at local clubs.

The Islanders - the group Jon will be on stage with - has an international line-up with performers from all over Europe – Wales, Scotland, England, Oslo and of course Cyprus.

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