Arni Jokhadze is the first male Georgian singer ever to represent Georgia in the Eurovision Song Contest. In Baku, the artist will perform his pop song I’m A Joker.
Anri Jokhadze is famous as a pop singer in his country. He was born on November 6th, 1980 in Georgia. Anri Jokhadze currently lives and works in Tbilisi, and he is famous and loved by the Georgian audience for his distinctive artistic talent and his powerful voice with a great range of no less than four octaves!
Arni started his music career in 1998. and he has won thirteen music awards to date. He also has a title of "The Georgian Golden Voice". Arni has released three albums to date. "Me Maints Moval" released in 2005. "I Appear on the Stage Again" in 2006 and "New Songs" in 2011.
This will be Anri's second time on the Eurovision Song Contest stage, as back in 2009 he was one of the backing singers for "Peace Wil Come" by Diana Gurtskaya.
In Baku, Anri Jokhadze will perform the song I'm A Joker composed by Rusudan Chkhaidze with lyrics in Georgian and English by Bibi Kvachadze. While Rusudan is a newcomer to Eurovision, Bibi has an interesting Eurovision history. In 2007 he wrote the lyrics to "Visionary Dream", Georgia's first entry in the Eurovision Song Contest and 2009 he was responsible for the lyrics of "We Don't Wanna Put In" the song which was controversially disqualified from participation in the contest in Moscow.