Did Johnny Logan win the Eurovision?

Johnny Logan wins at Eurovision, a second win for Ireland. The 1980 Eurovision Song Contest would see Ireland win for a second time. Johnny Logan represented Ireland singing ‘What’s Another Year’ written by Shay Healy. The song went on to hit the number one spot in the UK charts.

What country won Eurovision in 2013?

Eurovision 2013 Results: Voting & Points

Place Country Song / Artist
1 Denmark Only Teardrops Emmelie de Forest
2 Azerbaijan Hold Me Farid Mammadov
3 Ukraine Gravity Zlata Ognevich
4 Norway I Feed You My Love Margaret Berger

What was the song that Katrina and the Waves win Eurovision with?

Love Shine a Light
“Love Shine a Light” is a song by British rock band Katrina and the Waves. It represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997.

Did Denmark ever win Eurovision?

Since 1978, it has been absent from only four contests. Denmark has won the contest three times: in 1963, 2000 and 2013. The Danish national selection for the contest is the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix.

Who won Eurovision twice?

Hold Me Now Johnny is the only singer to date to win the Contest twice as a singer. In 1980, Johnny represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest with What’s Another Year, written by Shay Healy, beating the runner-up, Germany, by 15 points.

Who won Eurovision 3 times?

Johnny Logan
Johnny Logan won the Eurovision Song Contest 3 times. In 1980 and 1987 he represented Ireland as performer and won both times, with Hold Me Now and What’s Another Year, in 1992 he wrote Linda Martin’s winning entry Why Me?

Who won Eurovision 1997?

Katrina And The WavesEurovision Song Contest 1997 / Winner

Is Katrina and the Waves married?

The song won by a then-record margin of 70 points over the Irish runner-up. The song went to No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart (becoming the band’s biggest-ever hit) and Katrina and The Waves performed an unprecedented four weeks running on the BBC One TV show Top of the Pops. Katrina and the Waves broke up in 1999.