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1978 Eurovision Winner Izhar Cohen & The Alphabeta

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“Israel won the song contest for the first time with the song A-Ba-Ni-Bi by Izhar Cohen & The Alphabeta. The country received five consecutive 12 point votes, which is still a Eurovision Song Contest record.” (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1978: Izhar Cohen & The Alphabeta Song: A-Ba-Ni-BiL’oiseau et l’enfant …

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1977 Eurovision Winner Marie Myriam

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The Eurovision Song Contest 1977 was the 22nd contest, and was held on 7 May 1977 in London. The contest was won by Marie Myriam who represented France, with her song “L’oiseau et l’enfant” (The Bird and the Child). (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1977: Marie Myriam Song: L’oiseau et l’enfant …

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1969 Eurovision Winner – 4 Way Tie

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The 14th edition of the competition had a 4-tie winning countries and the show took place at the Teatro Real in Madrid, Spain on March 29th, 1969.” (source) France Netherlands Spain United Kingdom Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1969: Frida Boccara, Lenny Kuhr, Salomé, Lulu Song: Un jour, un enfant, De troubadour, Vivo cantando, Boom Bang-a-Bang …

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1962 Eurovision Winner Isabelle Aubret

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‘The Eurovision Song Contest 1962 was the seventh edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest, held on Sunday 18 March 1962 at the Villa Louvigny in Luxembourg. The contest was won for a third time by France with the song “Un premier amour”, performed by Isabelle Aubret.’ (source) Eurovision Song …

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1961 Eurovision Winner Jean-Claude Pascal

1961 Eurovision Winner Jean-Claude Pascal

“JEAN-CLAUDE PASCAL performing “NOUS LES AMOUREUX” which placed 1st and won the contest for LUXEMBOURG with 31 points in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. The 6th edition of the competition show took place at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France on March 18th, 1961.” (source) Eurovision Song …

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1960 Eurovision Winner Jacqueline Boyer

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“The fifth edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was held for the first time In London, at the Royal Festival Hall on the 29th March, 1960. For the second time France won the competition with the song Tom Pillibi, sung by Jacqueline Boyer.” (source) Eurovision Song Contest Winner for 1960: Jacqueline …

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1959 Eurovision Winner Teddy Scholten

1959 Eurovision Winner Teddy Scholten

“The Netherlands won for already the second time in the short history of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Een Beetje performed by Teddy Scholten. The lyrics of the song were written by Willy van Hemert, who also wrote the winning song of 1957. The winner was once again …

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1958 Eurovision Winner André Claveau

André Claveau from France win Eurovision 1958

“André Claveau performing “DORS, MON AMOUR” which placed 1st and won the contest for FRANCE with 27 points in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest. The 3rd edition of the competition show took place at the AVRO Studios in Hilversumt, The Netherlands on March 12th, 1958.” (source) Eurovision Song …

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