1979 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1979 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1979.

EntryNamed artists
Denmark
Alt er skønt by Grethe Ingmann & Bjarne Liller P.
Dans - dans - dans by Brødrene Olsen
Disco Tango by Tommy Seebach
Saturday Show by Mabel
Finland
Aikuiset anteeksi antaa by Kirka, Anna & Muska
Katson sineen taivaan by Katri Helena
Päivä tuskin päättyis kauniimmin by Pepe Willberg
Sano Susanne by Markku Aro
France
Je suis l'enfant soleil by Anne Marie David
Germany
Dschingis Khan by Dschingis Khan
Du bist nicht frei by Ingrid Peters
Vogel der Nacht by Paola
Wochenende by Jerry Rix & Linda G. Thompson
Greece
Athina (Mana Mou) by Bessy Argyraki feat. Antonis Stefanides
Dose mou enan sticho by Christie Stassinopoulou
Socrates by Elpida
Ireland
Angie by Johnny Logan
Happy Man by Cathal Dunne
Hiding Behind Our Smile by Red Hurley & Tina
Too Much Is Going On by The Miami Showband
Israel
Hallelujah by Milk & Honey
Norway
Hva er vitsen med en sang by Anne Lise Gjøstøl
Når vi er barn by Hanne Krogh
Oliver by Anita Skorgan
Portugal
Novo canto Português by Tozé Brito
Sobe sobe balão sobe by Manuela Bravo
Sweden
Det ligger i luften by Tomas Ledin
Satellit by Ted Gärdestad
Switzerland
Trödler & Co by Peter, Sue + Marc & Pfuri, Gorps & Kniri
Turkey
Elveda by Çetin Alp
United Kingdom
How Do You Mend a Broken Heart? by Guys 'n ' Dolls
Mary Ann by Black Lace
Mr Moonlight by Herbie Flowers and the Daisies
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