1956: I ♥ The Eurovision Song Contest

1956: I ♥ The Eurovision Song Contest

May 24 – The first Eurovision Song Contest is broadcast from Lugano, Switzerland. The winning song is the host country's Refrain by Lys Assia (music by Géo Voumard, text by Émile Gardaz).

Eurovision 1956 Germany 2 Freddy Quinn

Eurovision 1956 Germany 2 Freddy Quinn

Eurovision Song Contest 1956 – Wikipedia

Eurovision Song Contest 1956 – Wikipedia

Eurovision Song Contest 1956 - Luagno - Orchestra

Eurovision Song Contest 1956 - Luagno - Orchestra

Eurovision  1956 Belgium 1&2 Mony Marc

Eurovision 1956 Belgium 1&2 Mony Marc

Eurovision 1956 France 2 Dany Dauberson

Eurovision 1956 France 2 Dany Dauberson

Eurovision 1956 Italy 2 Tonia Torrielli

Eurovision 1956 Italy 2 Tonia Torrielli

Eurovision 1956 Luxembourg 1 Michele Arnaud

Eurovision 1956 Luxembourg 1 Michele Arnaud

Eurovision 1956 France 1 Mathe Althery

Eurovision 1956 France 1 Mathe Althery

The Eurovision Song Contest, Past and Present

The Eurovision Song Contest, Past and Present

The Eurovision Song Contest began in 1956 with just 7 countries, and now has taking part.

1956 Belgium 1 Fud Leclercq

1956 Belgium 1 Fud Leclercq

Eurovision 1956 Germany 1 Walter A Schwarz

Eurovision 1956 Germany 1 Walter A Schwarz

Eurovision 1956 Italy 1 Franca Raimondi

Eurovision 1956 Italy 1 Franca Raimondi

Eurovision 1956 Netherlands 2 Corry Brokken

Corry Brokken - The Netherlands

Lys Assia - Switzerland - Eurovision Song Contest 1956

Lys Assia - Switzerland - Eurovision Song Contest 1956

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