Sandie Jones

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Sandie Jones
Born Crumlin, Co. Dublin
Origin Cork, Ireland
Genres Pop
Years active 1968–1981

Sandie Jones (born 1951) is an Irish singer.

Eurovision[edit]

She represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 with the song Ceol an Ghrá (English: Music of love).[1] This was the only occasion on which Ireland performed a song in their own language.[2] With 72 points, she came in 15th position.[3][4]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1972 Single "Ceol an ghrá" Single #1 in Irish Singles Chart Nominated[5]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

[6]

  • Royal Earls
  • Reflections of You (Release Records - RL.514 - July, 1969)
  • Keep In Touch / Voice In The Crowd (Release Records - RL.535 - June, 1970)
  • I Don't Want To Play House (Release Records - RL.574 - 1971)
  • Dixies
  • Ceol An Ghra / Cry Cry Again (Play Records - PLAY 20 - February, 1972) - #1 Irish Charts
  • What Do I Do / It Was Only A Heart (Sandie Jones & Joe O'Toole) (Play Records - PLAY 21 - March, 1972) - #1 Irish Charts
  • Looking For Love (Sandie Jones) / Sandie (Joe O'Toole) (Play Records - PLAY 31 - August, 1972)
  • The Happiest Girl / I Don't Want To Play House (Sandie Jones) (Play Records - PLAY 47- November, 1972)
  • Boyfriends
  • End of the World / It's A Crying Shame (Release Records - RL.704 - November, 1973)
  • Bim Ban Boom / Single Girl (EMI Records - EMI.5001 - July, 1974)
  • Sandie Jones Band
  • Boogie Woogie Dancing Shoes / Instrumental (Spider Records - WEB.006 - March, 1979) - #15 Irish Charts
  • Shoes On Boots Off / Instrumental (Spider Records - WEB.017 - December, 1979) - #17 Irish Charts
  • Sandie and the Jones Gang
  • I Don't Want To Marry Superman / Take The Money and Run (Spider Records - WEB.041 - 1981)

References[edit]

Preceded by
Angela Farrell
Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest
1972
Succeeded by
Maxi