A list of people who took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1975.

The Contest was hosted by Karin Falck at the Stockholm International Fairs in Stockholm, Sweden.

See national final entries for 1975.

Performers with multiple appearances in 1975

Annica Risberg4
Kerstin Bagge4
Kerstin Dahl4

Artists who had performed at Eurovision before 1975

NamePrevious appearances
María Jesús Aguirre3
Mercedes Valimaña3
John Farrar1
Alan Tarney1
Paola Orlandi1
Lalla Francia1
Silvia Annichiarico1
Mirella Bossi1
Sue Glover1
Sunny Leslie1
Annica Risberg1
Kerstin Bagge1
Kerstin Dahl1
Ellen Nikolaysen1
Brian Bennett1

Writers who had written Eurovisions songs before 1975

NamePrevious songs
Pierre Delanoë5
Pierre Cour5
André Popp3
Phil Coulter2
Bill Martin2
Juan Carlos Calderón1
Dušan Velkaverh1
Ehud Manor1
Boris Bergman1

Artists who performed in 1975

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
Belgium   List of performers is complete Gelukkig Zijn
Writer Mary Boduin
Spokesperson  Ward Bogaert
Conductor  Francis Bay
Finland   List of performers is complete Old Man Fiddle
Writer Kim Kuusi, Hannu Karlsson
Spokesperson  Kaarina Pönniö
Conductor  Ossi Runne
France Et Bonjour à Toi L'artiste
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Jeff Barnel, Pierre Delanoë
Spokesperson  Marc Menant
Conductor  Jean Musy
Germany   List of performers is complete Ein Lied Kann Eine Brücke Sein
Writer Rainer Pietsch, Michael Holm
Spokesperson  Hans-Joachim Scherbening
Conductor  Rainer Pietsch Writer
Ireland That's What Friends Are For
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Jimmy Swarbrigg, Tommy Swarbrigg
Spokesperson  Brendan Balfe
Conductor  Colman Pearce
Israel   List of performers is complete At Ve'ani
Writer Shlomo Artzi, Ehud Manor
Spokesperson  Yitzhak Shim'oni
Conductor  Eldad Shrem
Italy   List of performers is complete Era
Writer Shel Shapiro, Andrea Lo Vecchio
Spokesperson  Anna Maria Gambineri
Conductor  Natale Massara
Luxembourg Toi
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Bill Martin, Phil Coulter, Pierre Cour
Conductor  Phil Coulter Writer
Malta Singing This Song
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Sammy Galea, M. Iris Mifsud
Conductor  Vince Tempera
Monaco   List of performers is complete Une Chanson C'est Une Lettre
Writer André Popp, Boris Bergman
Spokesperson  Carole Chabrier
Conductor  André Popp Writer
Netherlands   List of performers is complete Ding Dinge Dong[Winning song]
Writer Dick Bakker, Eddy Ouwens, Will Luikinga
Spokesperson  Dick van Bommel
Conductor  Harry van Hoof
Norway   List of performers is complete Touch My Life With Summer
Writer Svein Hundsnes
Spokesperson  Sverre Christophersen
Conductor  Carsten Klouman
Portugal   List of performers is complete Madrugada
Writer José Luis Tinoco
Spokesperson  Ana Zanatti
Conductor  Pedro Osório
Spain   List of performers is complete Tú Volverás
Writer Juan Carlos Calderón
Spokesperson  José María Íñigo
Conductor  Juan Carlos Calderón Writer
Sweden Jennie, Jennie
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Lasse Berghagen
Spokesperson  Sven Lindahl
Conductor  Lars Samuelson
Switzerland   List of performers is complete Mikado
Writer Simone Drexel
Spokesperson  Michel Stocker
Conductor  Peter Jacques
Turkey   List of performers is complete Seninle Bir Dakika
Writer Kemal Ebcioğlu, Münir Ebcioğlu
Spokesperson  Bülent Osma
Conductor  Timur Selçuk
United Kingdom   List of performers is complete Let Me Be The One
Writer Paul Curtis
Spokesperson  Ray Moore
Conductor  Alyn Ainsworth
Yugoslavia   List of performers is complete Dan Ljubezni
Writer Tadej Hrušovar, Dušan Velkaverh
Spokesperson  Dragana Marković
Conductor  Mario Rijavec
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