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Geraldine Brannigan

Name:Géraldine Brannigan
Born:1954
Nationality:Irish
   
National Finals:Irish National Final 1973
ESC Entries:Toi (1975)
   
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Biography

Géraldine is an Irish singer. Together with her band, she was active in the Irish showband scene. As Geraldine & the Brannigans they competed in the Irish preliminary to the Eurovision Song Contest 1973. In 1978, as Geraldine & Pickles, Brannigan represented Ireland at the Yamaha Music Festival in Tokyo. Brannigan performed “Casablanca” in an episode of the Benny Hill Show in March 1979. An album was released in 1981 (as The GB Band) in which her future husband Phil Coulter as a composer had participated. She also toured South Africa in 1982 with guitarist Tony Cox. As a solo singer, Brannigan was commissioned in 1975 by the broadcaster RTL to compete for Luxembourg at the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest.

Entries

Country:Luxembourg
Year:1975
Language:French
   
Artist:Géraldine
Song:Toi
Lyrics:Pierre Cour
Bill Martin
Phil Coulter
Composer(s):Bill Martin
Phil Coulter
Conductor:Phil Coulter
   
Backings:Unknown
Results 
Points:84
Position:5
Running order:5
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