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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: 16 Years Of Irish Eurovision
  • Genre: Pop / Screen - Stage
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  • Released: 1981
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Various - 16 Years Of Irish Eurovision download album

Complete your Various collection. This record catalogued the first 16 Irish entries in to the Eurovision Song Contest, and contains the first 2 winning songs by Ireland. All Kinds Of Everything by Dana in 1970 and What's Another Year by Johnny Logan in 1980.

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Celtic Celtic Pop Traditional Irish Folk. 16 Years of Irish Eurovision.

4 Congratulations: 50 Years of the Eurovision Song Contest. At the Contest in 2007, Ireland's representatives were traditional Irish music group Dervish performing "They Can't Stop The Spring". The group, having automatically qualified for the final, finished last with five points, all from Albania. In the years when the live orchestra was present in the contest, almost all of Ireland's Eurovision entries were conducted by Noel Kelehan. The exceptions were 1965 (Italian host conductor Gianni Ferrio), 1970 (Dutch host conductor Dolf van der Linden), from 1972 to 1975 (Colman Pearce), 1979 (Proinnsias Ó Duinn), 1994 (no conductor, although Kelehan conducted three other entries from Romania, Greece and Poland) and in 1997 (Frank McNamara) was the musical director for the contest staged in Dublin, but the Irish entry was played with.

Album's title: 16 Years Of Irish Eurovision.

16-year-old Molly Sterling, a self-taught musician from Nenagh, Co Tipperary, co-wrote Playing with Numbers with Greg French. The song is about the risks people take every day in love and in life, and the experiences of taking the road less travelled. The songs can be heard for the first time on The Ray D’arcy Show on RTÉ Radio One from 3pm today. The winning act will be selected on The Late Late Show by a combination of public and regional jury vote. Ireland will compete in the second Eurovision semi-final on May 21st for a place in the final in Austria on May 23rd.

Sunlight" was presented as the Irish entry during the announcement of Byrne's internal selection on 13 January 2016. Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Ireland was drawn to compete in the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest which took place on 12 May 2016. Performing during the show in position 7, "Sunlight" was not announced among the top 10 entries of the second semi-final and therefore did not qualify to compete in the final. In 2011 and 2012, Jedward represented the nation for two consecutive years, managing to qualify to the final both times and achieve Ireland's highest position in the contest since 2000, placing eighth in 2011 with the song "Lipstick". However, in 2013, despite managing to qualify to the final, Ryan Dolan and his song "Only Love Survives" placed last in the final.

Eurovision 2016 results: All the voting and points from Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm. Ukraine won with the song "1944" by Jamala with 534 points.

I've been eagerly waiting for the announcement of this year's album, what a treat we're in for! Compared to last year's contest, I can already see that the participants and the songs are of a MUCH higher standard! The preparations for next month are looking incredible, two amazing hosts, Petra Mede & Måns Zelmerlöw, and one gigantic stage sure to amaze Europe.

Tracklist

A1 Butch Moore Walking The Streets In The Rain
A2 Dickie Rock Come Back To Stay
A3 Sean Dunphy If I Could Choose
A4 Pat McGeegan Chance Of A Lifetime
A5 Muriel Day The Wages Of Love
A6 Dana All Kinds Of Everything
A7 Angela Farrell One Day Love
A8 Sandie Jones Ceol An Ghra
B1 Maxi Do I Dream
B2 Tina Cross Your Heart
B3 Tommy* And Jimmy Swarbrigg That's What Friends Are For
B4 Red Hurley When
B5 Swarbriggs + Two* It's Nice To Be In Love
B6 Colm Wilkinson Born To Sing
B7 Cathal Dunne Happy Man
B8 Johnny Logan What's Another Year

Notes

This record catalogued the first 16 Irish entries in to the Eurovision Song Contest, and contains the first 2 winning songs by Ireland. All Kinds Of Everything by Dana in 1970 and What's Another Year by Johnny Logan in 1980.

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