Winning Artists of the Eurovision Song Contest (1956-2021) 🏆

By Ivo94 Ivo94
updated 2 months ago

Complete list of winning Eurovision Song Contest artists, in chronological order, from the first edition of the contest in 1956 up till 2021.

Notes:
• The contest of 1969 saw a tie of four winners.
• The winners of the contest in 1978, 1979, 1994 & 2001 have separate Discogs entries; all are listed.
• Johnny Logan won the contest twice (and composed a winning song); his artist entry is listed once.
• The contest of 2020 was cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

All data was double-checked, but please feel free to send me any notes in order to improve the list.

See also:
Winning Songs of the Eurovision Song Contest (1956-2021) 🏆
List of Eurovision Song Contest winners on Wikipedia

  1. Lys Assia

    Eurovision Song Contest 1956
    Winning Country: Switzerland

    Song: "Refrain"
    Performer: Lys Assia
    Language: French

  2. Corry Brokken

    Eurovision Song Contest 1957
    Winning Country: The Netherlands

    Song: "Net Als Toen"
    Performer: Corry Brokken
    Language: Dutch

  3. André Claveau

    Eurovision Song Contest 1958
    Winning Country: France

    Song: "Dors, Mon Amour"
    Performer: André Claveau
    Language: French

  4. Teddy Scholten

    Eurovision Song Contest 1959
    Winning Country: The Netherlands

    Song: "'n Beetje"
    Performer: Teddy Scholten
    Language: Dutch

  5. Jacqueline Boyer

    Eurovision Song Contest 1960
    Winning Country: France

    Song: "Tom Pillibi"
    Performer: Jacqueline Boyer
    Language: French

  6. Jean-Claude Pascal

    Eurovision Song Contest 1961
    Winning Country: Luxembourg

    Song: "Nous Les Amoureux"
    Performer: Jean-Claude Pascal
    Language: French

  7. Isabelle Aubret

    Eurovision Song Contest 1962
    Winning Country: France

    Song: "Un Premier Amour"
    Performer: Isabelle Aubret
    Language: French

  8. Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann

    Eurovision Song Contest 1963
    Winning Country: Denmark

    Song: "Dansevise"
    Performer: Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann
    Language: Danish

  9. Gigliola Cinquetti

    Eurovision Song Contest 1964
    Winning Country: Italy

    Song: "Non Ho L'Età"
    Performer: Gigliola Cinquetti
    Language: Italian

  10. France Gall

    Eurovision Song Contest 1965
    Winning Country: Luxembourg

    Song: "Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son"
    Performer: France Gall
    Language: French

  11. Udo Jürgens

    Eurovision Song Contest 1966
    Winning Country: Austria

    Song: "Merci Chérie"
    Performer: Udo Jürgens
    Language: German

  12. Sandie Shaw

    Eurovision Song Contest 1967
    Winning Country: United Kingdom

    Song: "Puppet On A String"
    Performer: Sandie Shaw
    Language: English

  13. 13

    Massiel

    Massiel

    Eurovision Song Contest 1968
    Winning Country: Spain

    Song: "La, La, La"
    Performer: Massiel
    Language: Spanish

  14. Salomé (2)

    Eurovision Song Contest 1969
    Winning Countries: Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France

    Song: "Vivo Cantando"
    Performer: Salomé
    Language: Spanish

  15. 15

    Lulu

    Lulu

    Eurovision Song Contest 1969
    Winning Countries: Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France

    Song: "Boom Bang-A-Bang"
    Performer: Lulu
    Language: English

  16. Lenny Kuhr

    Eurovision Song Contest 1969
    Winning Countries: Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France

    Song: "De Troubadour"
    Performer: Lenny Kuhr
    Language: Dutch

  17. Frida Boccara

    Eurovision Song Contest 1969
    Winning Countries: Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France

    Song: "Un Jour, Un Enfant"
    Performer: Frida Boccara
    Language: French

  18. Dana (9)

    Eurovision Song Contest 1970
    Winning Country: Ireland

    Song: "All Kinds Of Everything"
    Performer: Dana
    Language: English

  19. Séverine

    Eurovision Song Contest 1971
    Winning Country: Monaco

    Song: "Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue"
    Performer: Séverine
    Language: French

  20. Vicky Leandros

    Eurovision Song Contest 1972
    Winning Country: Luxembourg

    Song: "Après Toi"
    Performer: Vicky Leandros
    Language: French

  21. Anne-Marie David

    Eurovision Song Contest 1973
    Winning Country: Luxembourg

    Song: "Tu Te Reconnaitras"
    Performer: Anne Marie David
    Language: French

  22. 22

    ABBA

    ABBA

    Eurovision Song Contest 1974
    Winning Country: Sweden

    Song: "Waterloo"
    Performer: ABBA
    Language: English

  23. Teach-In

    Eurovision Song Contest 1975
    Winning Country: The Netherlands

    Song: "Ding-A-Dong"
    Performer: Teach-In
    Language: English

  24. Brotherhood Of Man

    Eurovision Song Contest 1976
    Winning Country: United Kingdom

    Song: "Save Your Kisses For Me"
    Performer: Brotherhood Of Man
    Language: English

  25. Marie Myriam

    Eurovision Song Contest 1977
    Winning Country: France

    Song: "L'Oiseau Et L'Enfant"
    Performer: Marie Myriam
    Language: French