Eurovision Winners and Songs 1954-2016

List of Eurovision song contest winners.
Eurovision Song Contest, is the oldest musical TV show. Every european nation, - since 1954 - sends a representative to sing a song, then participate in this competition.
Each participating country submits an original song to be performed on live television and radio and then casts votes for the other countries' songs to determine the most popular song in the competition
We don't love Eurovision song contest, who organizes it always tries to be 'politically correct', so that often was televised from outside Europe.

There were even great artists who have won this award, perhaps the two most famous are ABBA , Célin Dion, and Toto Cutugno.
In recent years, the quality of music is improved, but ...
Why Israel, took part in a European singing competition??

Eurovision Winners 1954-2016

Eurovision song contest winners 1954-2016:

  1. Lugano 1956: Switzerland, Lys Assia, Refrain (French)
  2. Frankfurt 1957: Netherlands, Corry Brokken - Net Als Toen (Dutch)
  3. Hilversum 1958: France, André Claveau - Dors Mon Amour (French)
  4. Cannes 1959: Netherlands, Teddy Scholten - Een Beetje (Dutch)
  5. London 1960: France, Jacqueline Boyer - Tom Pillibi (French)
  6. Cannes 1961: Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Pascal - Nous Les Amoureux (French)
  7. Luxembourg 1962: France, Isabelle Aubret - Un Premier Amour (French)
  8. London 1963: Denmark, Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann - Dansevise (Danish)
  9. Copenhagen 1964: Italy, Gigliola Cinquetti - Non Ho L'età (Italian)
  10. Naples 1965: Luxembourg, France Gall - Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son (French)
  11. Luxembourg 1966: Austria, Udo Jürgens - Merci Chérie (German)
  12. Vienna 1967: United Kingdom, Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String (English)
  13. London 1968: Spain, Massiel - La La La (Spanish)
  14. Madrid 1969: Spain, Salomé - Vivo Cantando (Spanish) Madrid 1969: United Kingdom, Lulu - Boom Bang-A-Bang (English) Madrid 1969: Netherlands, Lenny Kuhr - De Troubadour (Dutch) Madrid 1969: France, Frida Boccara - Un Jour, Un Enfant (French)
  15. Amsterdam 1970: Ireland, Dana - All Kinds Of Everything (English)
  16. Dublin 1971: Monaco, Séverine - Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue (French)
  17. Edinburgh 1972: Luxembourg, Vicky Leandros - Après Toi (French)
  18. Luxembourg 1973: Luxembourg, Anne-Marie David - Tu Te Reconnaîtras (French)
  19. Brighton 1974: Sweden, ABBA - Waterloo (English)
  20. Stockholm 1975: Netherlands, Teach In - Ding Dinge Dong (English)
  21. The Hague 1976: United Kingdom, Brotherhood Of Man - Save Your Kisses For Me (English)
  22. London 1977: France, Marie Myriam - L'oiseau Et L'enfant (French)
  23. Paris 1978: Israel, Yizhar Cohen & The Alphabeta - Abanibi (Hebrew)
  24. Jerusalem 1979: Israel, Milk & Honey - Hallelujah (Hebrew)
  25. The Hague 1980: Ireland, Johnny Logan - What's Another Year? (English)
  26. Dublin 1981: United Kingdom, Bucks Fizz - Making Your Mind Up (English)
  27. Harrogate 1982: Germany, Nicole - Ein Bißchen Frieden (German)
  28. Munich 1983: Luxembourg, Corinne Hermès - Si La Vie Est Cadeau (French)
  29. Luxembourg 1984: Sweden, Herreys - Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley (Swedish)
  30. Gothenburg 1985: Norway, Bobbysocks - La Det Swinge (Norwegian)
  31. Bergen 1986: Belgium, Sandra Kim - J'amie La Vie (French)
  32. Brussels 1987: Ireland, Johnny Logan - Hold Me Now (English)
  33. Dublin 1988: Switzerland, Céline Dion - Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi (French)
  34. Lausanne 1989: Yugoslavia, Riva - Rock Me (Croatian)
  35. Zagreb 1990: Italy, Toto Cutugno - Insieme: 1992 (Italian)
  36. Rome 1991: Sweden, Carola - Fångad Av An Stormvind (Swedish)
  37. Malmö 1992: Ireland, Linda Martin - Why Me? (English)
  38. Millstreet 1993: Ireland, Niamh Kavanagh - In Your Eyes (English)
  39. Dublin 1994: Ireland, Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan - Rock 'N' Roll Kids (English)
  40. Dublin 1995: Norway, Secret Garden - Nocturne (Norwegian)
  41. Oslo 1996: Ireland, Eimear Quinn - The Voice (English)
  42. Dublin 1997: United Kingdom, Katrina And The Waves - Love Shine A Light (English)
  43. Birmingham 1998: Israel, Dana International - Diva (Hebrew)
  44. Jerusalem 1999: Sweden, Charlotte Nilsson - Take Me To Your Heaven (English)
  45. Stockholm 2000: Denmark, The Olsen Brothers - Fly On The Wings Of Love (English)
  46. Copenhagen 2001: Estonia, Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL - Everybody (English)
  47. Tallinn 2002: Latvia, Marie N - I Wanna (English)
  48. Riga 2003: Turkey, Sertab Erener - Everyway That I Can (English)
  49. Istanbul 2004: Ukraine, Ruslana - Wild Dances (English/Ukrainian)
  50. Kiev 2005: Greece, Helena Paparizou - My Number One (English)
  51. Athens 2006: Finland, Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah (English)
  52. Helsinki 2007: Serbia, Marija Šerifović - Molitva (Serbian)
  53. Belgrade 2008: Russia, Dima Bilan - Believe (English)
  54. Moscow 2009: Norway, Alexander Rybak - Fairytale (English)
  55. Oslo 2010: Germany, Lena Meyer-Landrut - Satellite (English)
  56. Düsseldorf 2011: Azerbaijan, Ell & Nikki - Running Sceard (English)
  57. Baku 2012: Sweden, Loreen - Euphoria (English)
  58. Malmö 2013: Denmark, Emmelie de Forest - Only Teardrops (English)
  59. Copenhagen 2014: Austria, Conchita Wurst - Rise Like A Phoenix (English)
  60. Vienna 2015: Sweden, Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes (English)
  61. Stockholm 2016:
Eurovision Song Contest, è lo spettacolo musicale televisivo che viene trasmesso da più tempo.
Ogni nazione, dal 1954 manda un suo rappresentante a cantare una canzone, che poi parteciperà alla gara.
La canzone premiata avrà il diritto che Eurovision song contest, venga organizzato nella sua nazione.
A Noi questo Eurovision non ci é mai piaciuto, chi lo organizza cerca sempre di essere 'politicamente corretto, tanto che spesso è stato trasmesso in TV da fuori l'Europa.
Non ci sono stati nemmeno grandi artisti che hanno vinto questo premio, forse i 2 più famosi sono gli ABBA e Toto Cutugno.
In questi ultimi anni, la qualità delle musica é migliorata, ma...
Perché Israele, partecipa ad una gara canora europea???


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