Chris Grech (singer)

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Chris Grech (born 23 August 1982) is a rock singer from l-Imsida, Malta.

He is the lead singer for metal band Twenty-Six Other-Worlds.

In 2013 he became known to a more mainstream audience by taking part in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2013, with the rock ballad Never Walk Away, which he co-wrote with Matthew James Borg, David Cassar Torreggiani, and Peter Borg. The song placed 5th in the final round of the contest, after technical issues marred his appearance at the semi-final stage. Televoters placed him 3rd in their choice in the final.

In 2014 on 7 th and 8 th February in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Chris made it to the Final with his song Oblivion and placed thirteenth with 7 points in a tie with singer Davinia Pace.

In November 2014 Chris reach in the last 20 finalist songs in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with the song Closed Doors a collectiv affoid by Chris Grech, Peter Borg, Edward Mifsud and David Cassar Torreggiani.

On 21 November, 2014 Chris Grech taken part in the semi-final of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest 2015, with the song Closed Doors, and he made it to the Final held at the Marsa Shipbuilding on Saturday 22 November, 2014 with the last sixteen song. He placed at the forth place with 35 points.