It was held on 18 March 1961 and was the first to take place on a Saturday … All the national selections for Eurovision 1961. Sertab Erener, winner of the 2003 contest for Turkey. Benny Andersson, winner of the 1974 contest for Sweden. By contrast, Portugal holds the record for waiting the longest to achieve their first win, doing so in 2017, 53 years after their first appearance in the contest; Austria holds the record for longest wait in between wins, having won for the first time in 1966 and a second time in 2014. Jacqueline Boyer, winner of the 1960 contest for France. 123 points earned (of the 216 available from the 18 other countries) when winning Eurovision 1985, while the lowest winning total ever is the 18 points (of the 160 total votes cast by 16 countries) scored by each of the four winning countries in 1969. 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Bulgaria At The Eurovision Song Contest. The country awarded the most points is declared the winner. Wieder saßen in den einzelnen Ländern jeweils zehn Jurymitglieder, die jeweils eine Stimme an ein Lied vergeben durften. Eurovision Song Contest 1961 From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia. Nicola Salerno, winner of the 1964 contest for Italy. With Jacqueline Joubert, Conchita Bautista, Colette Deréal, Jimmy Makulis. Conchita Wurst, winner of the 2014 contest for Austria. The Eurovision Song Contest in 1969 was the first time that the contest resulted in a tie for first place, with four countries each gaining 18 votes. Former countries that have been dissolved. He scored 31 points, leaving the United Kingdom behind in second place again after the country already finished second in 1960 and 1959. It was the second time that France had hosted the contest; the first Udo Jürgens, winner of the 1966 contest for Austria. Die Ergebnisse wurden telefonisch und öffentlich übermittelt. Moderiert wurde die Veranstaltung erneut von Jacqueline Joubert. The following individuals have won the Eurovision Song Contest as a performer or songwriter more than once. The Eurovision Song Contest is organized by the European Broadcasting Union, the world's … Isabelle Aubret, winner of the 1962 contest for France. 2007, List of Eurovision Song Contest winning songwriters, Eurovision Song Contest winners discography, List of Junior Eurovision Song Contest winners, Extract from the rules for the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, Eurovision Song Contest: History by events, Congratulations: 50 Years of the Eurovision Song Contest, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Eurovision_Song_Contest_winners&oldid=1016862226, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Under the voting system used from 1975 until 2015, in which each country gives maximum points to its first place choice, Sweden's Loreen won Eurovision 2012 with the most ever first place votes earned, receiving first place votes from 18 of 41 countries (excluding themselves). Duncan Laurence, winner of the 2019 contest for the Netherlands. Eurovision Song Contest. Katrina and the Waves, winners of the 1997 contest for the United Kingdom. [N 4]. The Eurovision Song Contest may be a friendly competition, but it is a competition. "Angelique" by Dario Campeotto from Denmark at Eurovision Song Contest 1961. Observations. Between 2005 and 2007 the semi-final was held on the Thursday of "Eurovision Week". Bulgaria made their Eurovision debut in 2005, but failed to reach the finals with Lorraine by Kaffe.. The UK came second with "Are You Sure," sung by The Allisons. Loreen, winner of the 2012 contest for Sweden. France won, and the contest returned to Cannes. Richard Herrey from Herreys, winners of the 1984 contest for Sweden. Eurovision Song Contest 1960 result: France won with the song "Tom Pillibi" by Jacqueline Boyer with 32 points Date: Tuesday 29 March 1960 Location: Royal Festival Hall, London, United Kingdom Broadcaster: BBC Host: Catherine (Katie) Boyle Name: Eurovision Song Contest Grand Prix 1960 Voting: Each participating country had 10 jury members, and each jury member could award one point to one song The winner was Jean-Claude Pascal, singing "Nous les amoureux." [4] Another notable winner who subsequently achieved international fame and success was Céline Dion, who won the 1988 contest for Switzerland with the song "Ne partez pas sans moi". Marija Šerifović, winner of the 2007 contest for Serbia. Mit 16 Ländern gab es 1961 erneut einen neuen Teilnehmerrekord. Sweden At The Eurovision Song Contest. This page was last edited on 9 April 2021, at 13:32. Since the four-way tie result at the Eurovision Song Contest 1969, there have been several rule changes over the years to handle potential ties. Secret Garden, winner of the 1995 contest for Norway. Gali Atari, winner (as part of Milk and Honey) of the 1979 contest for Israel. Eleven Eurovision winners (alongside three non-winners) featured at the Congratulations concert in 2005, in which ABBA's "Waterloo" was voted the most popular song of the contest's first fifty years. Dana, winner of the 1970 contest for Ireland. Salvador Sobral, winner of the 2017 contest for Portugal. Im folgenden Jahr wurde letztmals der Wettbewerb an einem anderen Wochentag durchgeführt.[1]. The 6th Eurovision Song Contest (then the Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne) took place on March 18, 1961, like two years earlier, in Cannes, France. The Eurovision Song Contest 1961 was the sixth Eurovision Song Contest.It was held on 18 March 1961 and was the first to take place on a Saturday night, a tradition that has continued into modern times. Interpret des Siegertitels, Jean-Claude Pascal, im Jahre 1968 (sitzend), Das erste Mal fand der Eurovision Song Contest an einem Samstagabend statt. Nurit Hirsh, winner of the 1978 contest for Israel. *Die Tabelle ist senkrecht nach der Auftrittsreihenfolge geordnet, waagerecht nach der chronologischen Punkteverlesung. The show was hosted by Willy Dobbe. Country. Emmelie de Forest, winner of the 2013 contest for Denmark. Eddy Ouwens, winner of the 1975 contest for Netherlands. Jørgen & Grethe Ingmann, winners of the 1963 contest for Denmark. Because ofJacqueline Boyer's win with Tom Pillibi, the contest returned to Cannes for a second time. Eurovision Song Contest 1961 From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia. The Eurovision Song Contest 1961 was the 6th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest.It took place in Cannes, France, following Jacqueline Boyer's win at the 1960 contest in London, United Kingdom with the song "Tom Pillibi".It was the second time that France had hosted the contest; the first being in 1959 - also in Cannes. [7], Ireland has finished first seven times, more than any other country, Ireland also won the contest for three consecutive years (1992, 1993, 1994), more consecutive years than any other country. Dave Benton, winner (together with Tanel Padar and 2XL) of the 2001 contest for Estonia. Serbia is the only country to win with its debut entry (in 2007), though Serbia had competed previously as part of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro. Critics called the song a lullaby, but Jean-Claude Pascal was awarded 31 points in total, with the UK entry finishing second for the third year running. Countries who have participated in the past, but did not participate in the most recent contest, or will not participate in the upcoming contest. The only time that I have ever seen the Eurovision Song Contest, was in 1961. Notes. The United Kingdom has finished second fifteen times at Eurovision (most recently in 1998), more than any other country. Bobbysocks!, winners of the 1985 contest for Norway. ABBA – that’s all you need to know, about Sweden. Der 6. Famous past winners include ABBA (representing their native Sweden in 1974), Céline Dion (though Canadian, she represented Switzerland) in 1988, Lordi (Finland, 2006), Loreen (Sweden, 2012). Netta, winner of the 2018 contest for Israel. März 1961 wie zwei Jahre zuvor im französischen Cannes statt. Eurovision Song Contest: Every winner ranked from worst to best. The winner was Jean-Claude Pascal, singing "Nous les amoureux." Eleven Eurovision winners (alongside three non-winners) featured at the Congratulations concert in 2005, in which ABBA's "Waterloo" was voted the most popular song of the contest's first fifty years.. Ireland has finished first seven times, more than any other country, Ireland also won the contest for three consecutive years (1992, 1993, 1994), more consecutive years than any other country. The Eurovision Song Contest 1961 was the 6th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. Konkurransen ble arrangert lørdag 18. mars 1961 i Palais des Festivals et des Congrès i Cannes i Frankrike.Programleder var Jacqueline Joubert.Tre land – Finland, Spania og Jugoslavia – debuterte, noe som bragte deltakerantallet til rekordhøye 16 land. Séverine, winner of the 1971 contest for Monaco. They are followed by France (1977) and Belgium (1986). Between 1966 and 1973, and again between 1977 and 1998, countries were only permitted to perform in their own language; see the main Eurovision Song Contest article. Spain, Yugoslavia and Finland made their debut at the contest in 1961. Eurovision Song Contest 1961 blev afholdt den 18. marts 1961 i Cannes i Frankrig med Jacqueline Joubert som vært. [1] The first Eurovision Song Contest was not won on points, but by votes (two per country), and only the winner was announced.[2]. 1 Winners Table 2 Winning languages 3 Type of artist 4 Winning combinations 5 Longest... 5.1 Artist names 6 Shortest... 6.1 Artist names 7 Additional Records Longest-reigning winner: Duncan Laurence; 2 years, 4 days (18 May 2019 - 22 May 2021) The Eurovision Song Contest 1965 was the 10th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest.It took place in Naples, Italy, following Gigliola Cinquetti's win at the 1964 contest in Copenhagen, Denmark with the song "Non ho l'età".It was the first time the contest took place in Italy, also marking the first time the Italian Peninsula and Southern European country hosted the event. Croatian (the language of the 1989 winning song) and Serbian (the language of the 2007 winning song) are fully, O'Connor, John Kennedy. France Gall, winner of the 1965 contest for Luxembourg. Home; Random; Nearby; Log in; Settings; Donate; About Wikipedia; Disclaimers This page contains the links and information about every Eurovision Song Contest winner since the contest began in 1956. It was hosted in Cannes where it had been staged two years previously. The UK came second with "Are You Sure," sung by The Allisons. Famous past winners include ABBA (representing their native Sweden in 1974), Céline Dion (though Canadian, she represented Switzerland) in 1988, Lordi (Finland, 2006), Loreen (Sweden, 2012). [3] This unique distinction makes Logan the only person to have three Eurovision victories to their credit, as either singer, songwriter or both. Mr Lordi, winner of the 2006 contest for Finland. Lenny Kuhr, one of the four winners of the 1969 contest for the Netherlands. With Jacqueline Joubert, Conchita Bautista, Colette Deréal, Jimmy Makulis. Jedes Land stellte zehn Jurymitglieder. All songs were performed in one studio, but the audience was located in another. The Eurovision Song Contest 1971 was the 16th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest.It took place in Dublin, Ireland, following Dana's win at the 1970 contest in Amsterdam, Netherlands with the song "All Kinds of Everything".It was the first time Ireland hosted the event. Luxembourg had its first of 5 victories in 1961 with the song Nous Les Amoureux performed by Jean-Claude Pascal. Deutschland entsandte mit Lale Andersen eine bereits international bekannte Sängerin, deren Lied Lili Marleen im Zweiten Weltkrieg um die Welt ging. Another island nation Iceland has also finished second twice, in 1999 and 2009. Linda Martin, winner of the 1992 contest for Ireland. Marie Myriam, winner of the 1977 contest for France. Winner. Eurovision 1964 results: All the voting and points from Eurovision Song Contest 1964 in Copenhagen. September, gouden roos. Yugoslavia participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 27 times, debuting in 1961 and competing every year until its last appearance in 1992, with the exceptions of 1977–1980 and 1985. Émile Gardaz, winner of the 1956 contest for Switzerland. Sieger wurde der für Luxemburg startende französische Sänger und Schauspieler Jean-Claude Pascal mit dem Lied Nous les amoureux. The contest, which has been broadcast every year since its debut in 1956 (with the exception of 2020), is one of the longest-running television programmes in the world. Date: Saturday 18 March 1961. November 2020 um 22:20 Uhr bearbeitet. The only time that I have ever seen the Eurovision Song Contest, was in 1961. März 1961. Eurovision Song Contest 1967 - Sandie Shaw - Puppet on a String (WINNER) Stefan Örn, winner of the 2011 contest for Azerbaijan. Logan is also one of only five songwriters to have written more than one winning entry ("Hold Me Now" 1987 and "Why Me?" Niamh Kavanagh, winner of the 1993 contest for Ireland. Bob Benny won with the song "September, gouden roos" Video of the performance and lyrics of the song. 2011 winner Azerbaijan Ell & Nikki, hold the lowest average score for a winning song under that system, receiving 5.14 points per country. Christos Dantis, winner of the 2005 contest for Greece. The 1976 United Kingdom entrant, Brotherhood of Man with the song "Save Your Kisses For Me" holds the record of the highest average score per participating country, with an average of 9.65 points received per country. Feel free to add data and edit annotations with the correct information. Zvika Pik, winner of the 1998 contest for Israel. Massiel, winner of the 1968 contest for Spain. About the winner. Denmark. However, throughout the history of the contest, relatively few of these artists have gone on to be huge international stars. Das Abstimmungsverfahren blieb unverändert. Eurovision Song Contest: London 1963 English commentator: David Jacobs Very excellent quality! The trophy is a handmade piece of sandblasted glass in the shape of a 1950s microphone.