Salomé (singer)

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This article is about the Spanish singer . For other uses, see Salome (disambiguation).

Salomé (born June 21, 1939), born Maria Rosa Marco Poquet, is a female Spanish singer.

Salomé was born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. At the Eurovision Song Contest held in Madrid in 1969, she performed "Vivo Cantando", composed by Maria José Cerato with words by Aniano Alcalde. The song (along with the entries from Netherlands, United Kingdom, and France) shared first place that year.

Salomé recorded "Vivo Cantando" in 1969 for the Eurovision Song Contest in eight languages (Spanish, Catalan, Basque, French, German, Italian, English, and Serbo-Croat).

The B-side to "Vivo Cantando" was "Amigos, Amigos" which came in second at the Spanish National Final in 1969.

Salomé appeared on TVE in May 2006, after the Eurovision Song Contest, to discuss the outcome with 1968 winner, Massiel, and a few other friends.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Spain Massiel
with "La, la, la"
Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
1969
(tied with United Kingdom Lulu, France Frida Boccara & Netherlands Lenny Kuhr)
Succeeded by
Republic of Ireland Dana
with "All Kinds of Everything"
Preceded by
Massiel
with "La, la, la"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
1969
Succeeded by
Julio Iglesias
with "Gwendolyne"