Named artist Marcel Dietrich

YearCountrySongRole
1981Switzerland Io Senza Te Named artist artist (Peter, Sue, and Marc)
1979Switzerland Trödler Und Co. Named artist artist (Peter, Sue et Marc)
1976Switzerland Djambo, Djambo Named artist artist (Peter, Sue, and Marc)
1971Switzerland Les Illusions De Nos Vingt Ans Named artist artist (Peter, Sue, and Marc)

National final entries

Named artists only.

YearCountrySongRole
1987Switzerland Nostradamus Named artist artist
1981Switzerland Io Senza Te [Winning song] Named artist artist (Peter, Sue, and Marc)
1981Switzerland San Gottardo Named artist artist (Swiss Union)
1979Switzerland Trödler & Co [Winning song] Named artist artist (Peter, Sue + Marc & Pfuri, Gorps & Kniri)
1978Germany Charlie Chaplin Named artist artist (Peter, Sue & Marc)
1976Switzerland Djambo Djambo [Winning song] Named artist artist (Peter, Sue & Marc)
1975Switzerland Lève-toi soleil Named artist artist (Peter, Sue & Marc)
1974Switzerland Frei Named artist artist (Peter, Sue & Marc)
1973Switzerland Es kommt ein Tag Named artist artist (Peter, Sue & Marc)
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