Who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975?

Who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975?

Teach-InEurovision Song Contest 1975 / Winner

The winner of the contest was the Netherlands who won with the song “Ding-a-dong”, performed by Teach-In, written by Will Luikinga and Eddy Ouwens, and composed by Dick Bakker. This was the Netherlands’ fourth victory in the contest. The country would not win again until 2019.

Who won Eurovision in 76?

Brotherhood of ManEurovision Song Contest 1976 / Winner
Brotherhood of Man’s Nicky Stevens from Carmarthen is the first, and to date only, Welsh artist to win Eurovision. The chart-topping 1976 UK entry Save All Your Kisses For Me is still the most successful Eurovision song and was number one in 33 different countries.

Who won 1973 Eurovision?

Anne-Marie DavidEurovision Song Contest 1973 / WinnerAnne-Marie David is a French singer. She has represented both Luxembourg and France at the Eurovision Song Contest, winning in 1973 and placing third in 1979. Wikipedia

Who won Eurovision 79?

Milk and HoneyEurovision Song Contest 1979 / Winner

Who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1977?

Marie MyriamEurovision Song Contest 1977 / Winner
The winner was France with the song “L’oiseau et l’enfant”, performed by Marie Myriam, written by Joe Gracy, and composed by Jean-Paul Cara.

Who won Eurovision in 1977?

Who won Eurovision 1971?

SéverineEurovision Song Contest 1971 / Winner
The sixteenth annual Eurovision Song Contest from Gaiety Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. The contest was won by Monaco, their only win to date, with Severine and her song “Un banc, un arbre, une rue”.

Did eres tu win Eurovision?

It was chosen as Spain’s entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1973. After reaching second place in the contest, it was released as a single. This song also has an English version titled “Touch the Wind” with lyrics by Mike Hawker….Eres tú

“Eres tú”
Final result 2nd
Final points 125
Entry chronology
◄ “Amanece” (1972)

Who won Eurovision 1972?

Luxembourg won the song contest for the third time with the entry Aprés Toi performed by Vicky Leandros. The writer of the winning song, Yves Desca, also wrote the winning song of 1971 by Séverine.

Who won Eurovision before ABBA?

The most notable winners who have gone on to become international stars are ABBA, who won the 1974 contest for Sweden with their song “Waterloo”, and Céline Dion, who won the 1988 contest for Switzerland with the song “Ne partez pas sans moi”.