|Born||1944 (age 73–74)|
|Origin||Luanda, Portuguese Angola|
Nascimento was the leader of a five-member band, Os Rocks, formed in Luanda in 1962. The band travelled to mainland Portugal in the mid-1960s, participating in song festivals and releasing a well-received EP, "Wish I May", in 1966. In 1967, Nascimento entered the Portuguese Eurovision selection contest, the Festival da Canção, as a solo artist with the song "O vento mudou" ("The Wind Changed"). He won the event by a comfortable margin, and went forward to represent Portugal in the 12th Eurovision Song Contest, held on April 8 in Vienna, where "O vento mudou" finished in joint 12th place of the 17 entries.
O vento mudou
With Os Rocks, Nascimento released another EP, "Don't Blame Me", in 1968, before giving up his musical career and returning to Angola in 1969.
- "PORTUGUESE NATIONAL FINAL 1967". natfinals.50webs.com. Retrieved 2017-07-28.
- on YouTube, Eduardo Nascimento in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967
- "Eurovision Song Contest : Portugal 1967 : Eduardo Nascimento, O Vento Mudou : ESC-History". www.esc-history.com. Retrieved 2017-07-28.
|Awards and achievements|
with "Ele e ela"
|Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest