Luxembourg

Performers who have represented Luxembourg at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Luxembourg first participated in 1956 and made its most recent appearance in 1993. It has won the Contest five times.

See national final entries for Luxembourg.

Performers with multiple appearances for Luxembourg

Up to and including 2019.

NameAppearances
Michel Costa6
Georges Costa6
Patrick Alessi3
Francine Chantereau3
Martine Latorre3
John Wiseman2
Ireen Sheer2
Susanne Jage2
Catherine Bonnevay2
Rolf Jage2
Vicky Leandros2
Rom Heck2
Michèle Arnaud2
Camillo Felgen2
Jean-Claude Pascal2
Rosi Rohr2
Angelika Metzger2

Conductor Conducted for Luxembourg more than once

NameAppearances
Norbert Daum2
Jacques Lasry2
Jean Claudric2
Eric Robinson2
Jean Roderes2
Francis Goya2
Rolf Soja2

Appearances by year for Luxembourg

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
1993  List of performers is complete Donne-Moi Une Chance
Conductor  Francis Goya
Writer Jimmy Martin, Patrick Hippert
1992  List of performers is complete Sou fräi
Conductor  Christian Jacob
Writer Ab van Goor, Jang Linster
1991  List of performers is complete Un Baiser Volé
Conductor  Francis Goya
Spokesperson  Jean-Luc Bertrand
Writer Patrick Hippert, Linda Lecomte, Sarah Bray
1990Quand Je Te Rêve
Unidentified  
Conductor  Thierry Durbet
Spokesperson  Jean-Luc Bertrand
Writer Jean-Charles France, Thierry Delianis
1989  List of performers is complete Monsieur
Conductor  Benoît Kaufman
Spokesperson  Jean-Luc Bertrand
Writer Gast Waltzing, Maggie Parke, B. Loncheval, Y. Lacomblez
1988Croire
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Régis Dupré
Spokesperson  Jean-Luc Bertrand
Writer Jacques Cardona, Alain Garcia
1987Amour Amour
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Alec Mansion Writer
Spokesperson  Frédérique Ries
Writer Alec Mansion, Plastic Bertrand
1986L'amour De Ma Vie
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Rolf Soja Writer
Spokesperson  Frédérique Ries
Writer Rolf Soja, Alain Garcia, Frank Dostal
1985  List of performers is complete Children, Kinder, enfants
Conductor  Norbert Daum
Spokesperson  Frédérique Ries
Writer Ralph Siegel, Bernd Meinunger, Jean Beriat
1984100% d'amour
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Pascal Stive
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Jean-Pierre Goussaud, Jean Beriat, Patrick James
1983Si La Vie Est Cadeau[Winning song]
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Michel Bernholc
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Jean-Pierre Millers, Alain Garcia
1982Cours Après Le Temps
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Jean Claudric
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Cyril Assous, Michel Jouveaux
1981C'est Peut-être Pas L'amérique
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Joël Rocher
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Jean-Claude Pascal, Jean-Claude Petit, Sophie Makhno
1980Papa Pingouin
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Norbert Daum
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Bernd Meinunger, Ralph Siegel, Jean-Paul Cara, Pierre Delanoë
1979  List of performers is complete J'ai Déjà Vu Ça Dans Tes Yeux
Conductor  Hervé Roy
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Jean Renard
1978  List of performers is complete Parlez-vous Français?
Conductor  Rolf Soja Writer
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Rolf Soja, Frank Dostal, Péter Zentner
1977  List of performers is complete Frère Jacques
Conductor  Johnny Arthey
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Guy Béart, Pierre Cour
1976  List of performers is complete Chansons Pour Ceux Qui S'aiment
Conductor  Jo Plée
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Jack White, Fred Jay, Vline Buggy
1975Toi
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Phil Coulter Writer
Writer Bill Martin, Phil Coulter, Pierre Cour
1974  List of performers is complete Bye, Bye, I Love You
Conductor  Charles Blackwell
Writer Ralph Siegel, Michael Kunzi
1973Tu Te Reconnaîtras[Winning song]
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Pierre Cao
Writer Claude Morgan, Vline Buggy
1972  List of performers is complete Après Toi[Winning song]
Conductor  Klaus Munro Writer
Writer Klaus Munro, Mario Panas, Yves Dessca
1971Pomme, Pomme, Pomme
Unidentified  
Conductor  Jean Claudric
Writer Hubert Giraud, Pierre Cour
1970  List of performers is complete Je Suis Tombé Du Ciel
Conductor  Raymond Lefèvre
Writer Yves de Vriendt, Eddy Marnay
1969  List of performers is complete Cathérine
Conductor  Augusto Algueró
Writer André Borly, Paul Mauriat, André di Fusco
1968  List of performers is complete Nous Vivrons d'Amour
Conductor  André Borly
Writer Carlos Leresche, Jacques Demarny
1967  List of performers is complete L'amour Est Bleu
Conductor  Claude Denjean
Writer André Popp, Pierre Cour
1966  List of performers is complete Ce soir, je t'attendais
Conductor  Jean Roderes
Spokesperson  Camillo Felgen
Writer Bernard Kesslair, Jacques Chaumelle
1965  List of performers is complete Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son[Winning song]
Conductor  Alain Goraguer
Writer Serge Gainsbourg
1964Dès Que Le Printemps Revient
Conductor  Jacques Denjean
Writer Hugues Aufray, Jacques Plante
1963  List of performers is complete A Force De Prier
Conductor  Eric Robinson
Writer Raymond Bernard, Pierre Delanoë
1962  List of performers is complete Petit Bonhomme
Conductor  Jean Roderes
Spokesperson  Robert Diligent
Writer Jacques Datin, Maurice Vidalin
1961  List of performers is complete Nous Les Amoureux[Winning song]
Conductor  Léo Chauliac
Writer Jacques Datin, Maurice Vidalin
1960  List of performers is complete So Laang We's Du Do Bast
Conductor  Eric Robinson
Writer Henri Moots, Jean Roderes
1958  List of performers is complete Un Grand Amour
Conductor  Dolf van der Linden
Spokesperson  Pierre Bellemare
Writer Michel Eric, Monique Laniece, Raymond Roche
1957  List of performers is complete Tant De Peine
Conductor  Willy Berking
Spokesperson  Pierre Bellemare
Writer Jean-Pierre Kemmer, Jacques Taber
1956  List of performers is complete Ne Crois Pas
Conductor  Jacques Lasry
Writer Christian Guitreau
1956  List of performers is complete Les Amants De Minuit
Conductor  Jacques Lasry
Writer Simone Laurencin, Jacques Lassry
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