Named artist Kirill Babitzin

1950-2007

YearCountrySongRole
1984Finland Hengaillaan Named artist artist (Kirka)

National final entries

Named artists only.

YearCountrySongRole
1996Finland Toukokuu Named artist artist (Kirka)
1992Finland Antaa menneisyyden mennä Named artist artist (Kirka)
1991Finland Taivas ja maa Named artist artist (Kirka)
1989Finland Hiljaisuutta Named artist artist (Kirka)
1986Finland Aitoa taikaa Named artist artist (Kirka, with Kim)
1986Finland Uusiin taivaisiin Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Laulu maailmalle Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Taivas ja maa Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Nuoruus Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Oo-Marie Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Hengaillaan [Winning song] Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Päällä maan, alla taivaan Named artist artist (Kirka)
1984Finland Hymy Named artist artist (Kirka)
1983Finland Tuhanteen aamuun laulun teen Named artist artist (Kirka)
1983Finland Kaksi vaan Named artist artist (Kirka)
1983Finland Täytyy uskaltaa Named artist artist (Kirka)
1980Finland Karthago Named artist artist (Kirka)
1979Finland Aikuiset anteeksi antaa Named artist artist (Kirka, with Anna & Muska)
1976Finland Neidonryöstö Named artist artist (Kirka)
1975Finland Oh, New York - rakkain Named artist artist (Kirka, with The Islanders)
1974Finland Energia Named artist artist (Kirka)
1972Finland Kaikkea on Named artist artist (Kirka)
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