1977

A list of people who took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1977.

The Contest was hosted by Angela Rippon at the Wembley Conference Centre in London, United Kingdom.

See national final entries for 1977.

Artists who had performed at Eurovision before 1977

NamePrevious appearances
Georges Costa4
Michel Costa4
Dominique Poulain3
Francine Chantereau2
Wanda Stellaard2
Titia Dekker2
Patricia Maessen1
Stella Maessen1
Jimmy Swarbrigg1
Nicola Kerr1
Tommy Swarbrigg1
Ilanit1
Michèle Torr1
Anne Lise Gjøstøl1
Beatrix Neundlinger1
Fernando Tordo1
Bianca Maessen1
Paulo de Carvalho1

Artists who performed in 1977

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
Austria   List of performers is complete Boom Boom Boomerang
Conductor  Christian Kolonovits
Spokesperson  Jenny Pippal
Writer Herbert Zöchling-Tampier, Schurli Herrnstadt, Willi Resetarits, Lukas Resetarits
Belgium   List of performers is complete A Million In One, Two, Three
Conductor  Alyn Ainsworth
Spokesperson  An Ploegaerts
Writer Luc Smets
Finland   List of performers is complete Lapponia
Conductor  Ossi Runne
Spokesperson  Kaarina Pönniö
Writer Aarno Raninen, Monica Aspelund
France   List of performers is complete L'oiseau et l'enfant[Winning song]
Conductor  Raymond Donnez
Spokesperson  Marc Menant
Writer Jean-Paul Cara, Joe Gracy
Germany   List of performers is complete Telegram
Conductor  Ronnie Hazlehurst
Spokesperson  Armin Maiwald
Writer Sylvester Levai, Michael Kunzi
Greece   List of performers is complete Mathima Solfège
Conductor  George Hatzinassios Writer
Spokesperson  Naki Agathou
Writer George Hatzinassios, Sevy Tilliaku
Ireland   List of performers is complete It's Nice To Be In Love Again
Conductor  Noel Kelehan
Spokesperson  Brendan Balfe
Writer Jimmy Swarbrigg, Tommy Swarbrigg
Israel   List of performers is complete Aa-haa-vah Hee Sheer Lish-naa-yim
Conductor  Eldad Shrem Writer
Spokesperson  Yitzhak Shim'oni
Writer Eldad Shrem, Edna Peleg
Italy Liberà
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Conductor  Maurizio Fabrizio
Spokesperson  Mariolina Cannuli
Writer Salvatore Fabrizio, Luigi Albertelli
Luxembourg   List of performers is complete Frère Jacques
Conductor  Johnny Arthey
Spokesperson  Jacques Harvey
Writer Guy Béart, Pierre Cour
Monaco   List of performers is complete Une Petite Française
Conductor  Yvon Rioland
Spokesperson  Carole Chabrier
Writer O. Toussaint, Paul de Senneville, Jean Albertini
Netherlands   List of performers is complete De Mallemolen
Conductor  Harry van Hoof
Spokesperson  Ralph Inbar
Writer Frank Affolter, Wim Hogenkamp
Norway   List of performers is complete Casanova
Conductor  Carsten Klouman
Spokesperson  Sverre Christophersen
Writer Svein Strugstad, Dag Nordtømme
Portugal   List of performers is complete Portugal No Coração
Conductor  José Calvário
Spokesperson  Ana Zanatti
Writer Fernando Tordo, José Carlos Ary dos Santos
Spain   List of performers is complete Enseñame A Cantar
Conductor  Rafael Ibarbia
Spokesperson  Isabel Tenaille
Writer Fernando Arbex
Sweden   List of performers is complete Beatles
Conductor  Anders Berglund
Spokesperson  Sven Lindahl
Writer Claes Bure, Sven-Olof Bagge
Switzerland   List of performers is complete Swiss Lady
Conductor  Peter Jacques
Spokesperson  Michel Stocker
Writer Peter Reber
United Kingdom   List of performers is complete Rock Bottom
Conductor  Ronnie Hazlehurst
Spokesperson  Colin Berry
Writer Lynsey de Paul, Mike Moran
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