1977 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1977 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1977.

EntryNamed artists
A Million In 1, 2, 3 by Dream Express
Song It for a Song by Dream Express
Spinning Top by Dream Express
Kuusitoista hyvää vuotta by Lasse Mårtenson
Lapponia by Monica Aspelund
Luonasi oon kun ilta ennättää by Viktor Klimenko
Yötön yö by Seija Simola
L'oiseau et l'enfant by Marie Myriam
Pour oublier Barbara by Joël Prévost
Goodbye Goodbye by Chips
I Can't Go On Without You by Dickie Rock
It's Nice To Be In Love Again by The Swarbriggs Plus Two
There Was A Dream by Colm C.T. Wilkinson
De mallemolen by Heddy Lester
Jij alleen by Maggie MacNeal
Casanova by Anita Skorgan
Make Love Not War by Odd Børre
Sang by Kirsti Sparboe & Benny Borg
O que custar by Quarteto 1111
Portugal no coração by Os Amigos
Portugal no coração by Gemini
Beatles by Forbes
Johan B. Lund by Svante Thuresson
Minns du Hollywood by Tomas Ledin
Aldo Rinaldo by Piera Martell
Dites-moi ce qu'est l'amour by Carole Vinci
Heyho by Véronique Müller
Le livre blanc by Paola
Swiss Lady by Pepe Lienhard Band
Viens avec nous by Sweet People
United Kingdom
If Everybody Loved the Same As you by Lyn Paul
Promises, Promises by Rags
Rock Bottom by Lynsey de Paul & Mike Moran
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