Eurovision Song Contest Entries That Were No. 1 Hits, Part One: 1950s and 1960s

Created by mk87 on 01 Apr 2018 | Last edited by mk87 on 09 Apr 2018

All entries in the Eurovision Song Contest that were number one hits (including cover versions).

Part one of this series is dedicated to the 1950s and 1960s.

All collections:

1950s and 1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s

Italy 1958

No. 1 hit in the United States

Translations:  English Spanish Bosnian 13 more

Italy 1960

No. 1 hit in France (cover version by Dalida)

Translations:  English Russian

United Kingdom 1961

No. 1 hit in the United Kingdom (NME)

Translations:  Turkish

Germany 1962

No. 1 hit in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Norway

Translations:  English Italian French 1 more

Italy 1964

No. 1 hit in Italy, France and Belgium

Translations:  English German Spanish 26 more

Ireland 1965

No. 1 hit in Ireland

France 1965

No. 1 hit in Belgium

Translations:  Russian

Italy 1965

No. 1 hit in Italy

Translations:  English Russian French 2 more

Luxembourg 1965

No. 1 hit in Norway

Italy 1966

No. 1 hit in Italy

Translations:  English Spanish French 3 more

Ireland 1966

No. 1 hit in Ireland

Translations:  Spanish French Italian

Luxembourg 1967

No. 1 hit in the United States (instrumental cover version by Paul Mauriat)

Translations:  English Spanish Dutch 8 more

United Kingdom 1967

No. 1 hit in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Norway

Translations:  German French Russian 1 more

United Kingdom 1968

No. 1 hit in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain

Translations:  Turkish German Russian 1 more

Ireland 1968

No. 1 hit in Ireland

Ireland 1969

No. 1 hit in Ireland

Translations:  German
Song | English Lulu

United Kingdom 1969

No. 1 hit in Norway and Ireland

Translations:  Turkish Hebrew Russian 4 more

Norway 1969

No. 1 hit in Norway

Translations:  English
Comments
mk87    Sun, 01/04/2018 - 21:22

No, no, no, this was not in the 1950s/1960s. ABBA won in 1974 so they will be included in part 2. Wink smile