Brotherhood of Man

Save Your Kisses for Me

Brotherhood of man won Eurovision for the United Kingdom in 1976 with the song Save Your Kisses for me. The song was highly successful, selling 6 million copies all over the world and was the number 1 hit in 33 countries.

Carola

Fångad av en stormvind

In 1991 Carola wins the festival with het number Fångad av en stormvind. It was a close call while she was tied with the French contestant Aminia. Carola received more 12-point scores and therefor wins the title. It’s her second time on the Eurovision stage, placing third in 1983 with her song Främling.

Eleni Foureira

Fuego

In 2018 Eleni Foureira represented Cyprus with her song Fuego. She reached second place, the country’s highest placement to date. Foureira described the theme of her song as female empowerment, she wanted to “show the fire that women have inside them.”

Go_A

Shum

Go_A is a Ukrainian electro-folk band first formed in 2012. They represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and 2021 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, with the song Shum. At the Eurovision finals on 22 May 2021, SHUM placed fifth, with 364 combined public and jury points. However, in the public vote alone, SHUM placed second with 267 points.

Herreys

Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley

The Herrey’s are a Swedish pop group, consisting of the three brothers Per Herrey, Richard Herrey, and Louis Herrey. They won the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 with the song "Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley".

Johnny Logan

Hold me Now & What’s Another Year

Johnny Logan is known to be the only artist involved in 3 winning Eurovision songs. Twice as a performer with the songs Hold me Now in 1980 and What’s Another Year in 1987. His 3rd win came in 1992, as composer of Linda Martin’s entry Why Me?

KEiiNO

Spirit in the Sky

If it were up to televoting KEIINO would have won, the contest in 2019 with their song Spirit in the Sky. The song is a mix of traditional Sami music, Scandipop and electronic dance. It tells the story of brave men and women that have fought, and are fighting, for the right to be respected and loved for the person they are.

Kristian Kostov

Beautiful Mess

In 2017 Kristian Kostov performed his song Beautiful Mess at the Eurovision stage in Kiev. This has been Bulgaria’s most successful Eurovision entry to date. At the close of voting, it finished in second place!

Lenny Kuhr

Troubadour

In 1969 Lenny Kuhr is one of the winners with her song Troubadour. At the close of voting 4 countries were given 18 points. While there was no rule in place to declare one winner, all tied countries were declared winners.

Loreen

Euphoria

With megahit Euphoria. Loreen won the Eurovision song contest in 2012, becoming the second highest scoring song in history. The song was praised by critics and became Sweden’s best-selling Eurovision song of all time, even beating ABBA’s Waterloo.

Marija Serifovic

Molitva

Marije Serfovic wins Eurovision in 2007 with the moving ballad Molitva. It was Serbia’s Eurovision debut as an independent union. It was in complete contrast with Eurovision previous winner Hard Rock Hallelujah.

Netta Barzilai

Toy

Toy is recorded by Israeli singer Netta. With this song she marked the 4th Eurovision win for Israel in 2018. The song quickly became the most viewed video on Eurovision Song Contest’s YouTube channel.

Sandra Kim

J’aime la Vie

Sandra Kim was only 13 when she won Eurovision in 1986 with her song J’aime la Vie. Her win for Belgium has been the only time the country won the festival.

Verka Serduchka

Dancing Lasha Tumbai

Verka Serduchka represented Ukraine in 2007 with Dancing Lasha Tumbai. Although sending a drag performer was criticized by several Ukrainian media and politicians, they did well! The song finished 2nd and became a huge hit in all of Europe.

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Songfestivalfeest 2021

9 December 2021 | Ziggo Dome Amsterdam
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