1960 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1960 the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database. This includes songwriters, jury members, hosts, spokespeople and performers from Eurovision. Only national final lead artists and writers are listed.

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Writers with multiple songs in 1960 national Eurovision finals

Åke Gerhard41
Eric Sandström21
Bobbie Ericson21
EntryNamed artists
Mon Amour Pour Toi by Fud Leclerc
On m'attend by Solange Berry
Det var en yndig tid by Katy Bødtger
Sorg og glæde by Gustav Winckler
Bonne Nuit, Ma Chérie by Wyn Hoop
Wir wollen niemals auseinander geh'n by Heidi Brühl
Amore senza sole by Betty Curtis
Colpevole by Tonina Torrielli
Libero by Domenico Modugno
Non sei felice by Betty Curtis
Perderti by Tonina Torrielli
Romantica by Renato Rascel
Wat een geluk by Annie Palmen
Wat een geluk by Rudi Carell
Voi Voi by Nora Brockstedt
Alexander by Mona Grain/Britt Damberg
Writer Åke Gerhard
Alla andra får varann by Östen Warnerbring/Inger Berggren
Writer Ulf Källqvist, Åke Gerhard
En kyss, en kyss by Lill-Babs
Writer Albert Stenbock, Fritz-Gustaf Sundelöf
Flicka med positiv by Bertil Englund
Writer Bobbie Ericson, Eric Sandström
Nancy, Nancy by Britt Damberg/Mona Grain
Writer Sune Borg, Åke Gerhard
Res med mig (till Marseille) by Lars Lönndahl
Writer Bobbie Ericson, Eric Sandström
Underbar, så underbar by Inger Berggren/Östen Warnerbring
Writer Per Lindqvist
Vårens första flicka by Tommy Jacobsson
Writer Gunnar Hoffsten, Åke Gerhard
Attrap'ça by Fud Leclerc
Chin chin by Fud Leclerc
Cielo E Terra by Anita Traversi
La java sans tralala by Fud Leclerc
Malcantonesina by Anita Traversi
United Kingdom
Girl With a Curl by Ronnie Carroll
Looking High, High, High by Bryan Johnson
Pickin' Petals by Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
When the Tide Turns by Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson
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