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Salomé

Name:Maria Rosa Marco Poquet
Born:21-6-1939
Nationality:Spanish
   
National Finals:Spanish National Final 1969
ESC Entries:Vivo cantando (1969)
   
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Biography

Salomé is a Spanish singer. She began her career in Radio Barcelona. Since then, she has continued her musical career combining it with television appearances as hostess. She has performed as opening act for Frank Sinatra. By 1963 she had recorded more than forty songs for record companies Iberofón and Zafiro. In 1963 she won the 5th Festival de la Canción Mediterránea de Barcelona music contest with her song in Catalan, “Se’n va anar”. She recorded many songs in both Catalan and Spanish, the most popular ones being “Quinientas millas”, “L’arbre”, “Bésame mucho”, “Com el vent”, “L’emigrant”, “Puedo morir mañana”, “Isla del amor” and “Esperaré”. 
Salomé retired in 2005

Entries

Country:Spain
Year:1969
Language:Spanish
   
Artist:Salomé
Song:Vivo cantando
Lyrics:Aniano Alcade
Composer(s):Maria José de Cerrato
Conductor:Augusto Algueró
   
Backings:

Los Valldemosa:
Tomeu Estaràs
Bernat Estaràs
Rafael Estaràs

Results 
Points:18
Position:1
Running order:3
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