Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980
Ireland entered the Eurovision Song Contest 1980, sending Johnny Logan to the contest with the song "What's Another Year", written by Shay Healy.
The Irish national final to select the Irish repre...
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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986
Ireland was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, held in Bergen, Norway.The Irish national final to select their entry, the National Song Contest 1986, was held on 30 March at the Radio Telefí...
Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1985
Ireland was represented by Maria Christian, with the song '"Wait Until the Weekend Comes", at the 1985 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 4 May in Gothenburg, Sweden. "Wait Until the Weeken...
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The Beatbox
The Beatbox was an Irish music programme, broadcast as a simulcast across both television (RTE Two) and radio (RTE 2fm) between the hours of 11.30 and 1.30 on Sunday mornings / afternoons. It ran from...
Self Aid
Self Aid was a benefit concert for unemployment held in Dublin, Ireland on 17 May 1986. The concert performances were primarily by Irish musicians, although Elvis Costello and Chris Rea were designat...
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Slane Concert
Slane Concert (often referred to as Slane) is a concert held most years since 1981 in the grounds of Slane Castle near Slane, County Meath, in Ireland. The castle is owned by Henry Conyngham, who had ...
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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981
The National Song Contest 1981 was staged on the first of March at RTÉ Studios in Dublin. The show was Presented by popular Irish host, Mike Murphy. Eight finalists took part, with female trio Sheeba ...
Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988
Thanks to Johnny Logan's win in Brussels in 1987, the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest was to be held in Dublin. The song "Take Him Home", written and composed by Peter Eades and performed by Jump The Gu...
Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982
The Irish National Final was held on 14 March 1982 by RTÉ in Dublin, Ireland.
Eight finalists took part with the winner being chosen by the votes of 11 regional juries. The winner of the Irish Nat...
Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989
For the 1989 Eurovision Song Contest in Lausanne, the song "The Real Me," written, composed and performed by Kiev Connolly, was chosen to represent Ireland after it won the national final selection. ...
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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984
Ireland was represented by Linda Martin, with the Johnny Logan-penned song '"Terminal 3", at the 1984 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 5 May in Luxembourg City. "Terminal 3" was chosen as...
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MT-USA
MT-USA (Music Television - USA) was an Irish music television programme broadcast between 1984 and 1987. Known for the slogan, "Music Television USA - Music never looked better", it was produced by Gr...
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Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1987
To select an entry to represent Ireland in the 1987 Eurovision Song Contest in Brussels, RTÉ held a national final on 8 March, at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin. The event was hosted by RTÉ broadcaster...
Hot Press
Hot Press is a fortnightly music and politics magazine based in Dublin, Ireland founded in June 1977. The magazine has been edited since its inception by Niall Stokes. According to the Audit Bureau of...