1989 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1989 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1989.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Anne by Clouseau
Door De Wind by Ingeborg
Vergeten by Danny Caen
Denmark
Du og jeg by Snapshot
Endnu en nat by Gry Johansen
Fugle by Jørgen Olsen
Sommerregn by Keld & Hilda Heick
Vi maler byen rød by Birthe Kjær
Finland
Hiljaisuutta by Kirka
La Dolce Vita by Anneli Saaristo
Oi äiti maa by Anneli Saaristo
Rakkauden laulut by Sonja Lumme
Germany
Flieger by Nino de Angelo
Ich hab' Angst by Dorkas
Greece
Kleo by Anna Vissi
Mono essi by Mando
Nana by Michalis Rakintzis
To dikó sou asteri by Marianna Efstratiou
Iceland
Alpatwist by Bítlavinafélagið
Línudans by Ellen Kristjánsdóttir & Mannakorn
Sóley by Björgvin Halldórsson & Katla Maria
Það sem enginn sér by Daníel Ágúst Haraldsson
Ireland
Here We Go by Linda Martin
The Real Me by Kiev Connolly
This Isn't War (It's Revolution) by Nicola Kerr
Israel
Ani ma'amin by Milk & Honey
Dayenu by Avi Toledano
Derech ha'melech by Gili & Galit
Shvil ha'zahav by Vardina Cohen
Netherlands
Blijf zoals je bent by Justine Pelmelay
Norway
Barneøyne by Kari Gjærum
Nærhet by Kate Gulbrandsen
Optimist by Jahn Teigen
Til det gryr av dag by Tor Endresen
Venners nærhet by Britt Synnøve
Portugal
Conquistador by Da Vinci
Sweden
En dag by Tommy Nilsson
Upp över mina öron by Eriksson-Glenmark
Switzerland
Viver Senza Tei by Furbaz
Turkey
Adi Naim by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Bana Bana by Grup Pan
Bir fantastik ask by Jale, Gür Akad & Seden Kutlubay
Bir resimde sen by Hazal Selçuk
Elif'in aldi beni by Arzu Ece
Fora fora by Neco
Hasret by Sertab Altin & Klips
Ve melankoli by Kayahan
United Kingdom
Why Do I Always Get It Wrong by Live Report
Yugoslavia
Rock Me by Riva
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