The idea and subsequently the first demo for Nobody But You came from Cesár Sampson and Sebastian Arman. Cesár said: "Once we had finally found the songs core, and defining theme, the other three members of Symphonix (Joacim Persson, Borislav Milanov and Johan Alkenäs) came in one by one and contributed exactly what they do best." The result was: "A song that, on the one hand, contains my soul and my story and, on the other, the listeners will relate to!"
Cesár Sampson isn't an unknown quantity in the Austrian music scene. At the age of seventeen he started touring the world as the lead singer for some of Austria’s most internationally acclaimed alternative music acts (Kruder & Dorfmeister, Sofa Surfers, Louie Austen). After that he mainly worked from behind the scenes of the music business, as a songwriter, lyricist and vocal producer in various international productions.
Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest
Austria first appeared in the second edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957 and has taken part 50 times. The country won for the first time in 1966 and more recently in 2014 with the famous bearded drag queen Conchita Wurst.