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Scott Fitzgerald

Name:William McPhail
Born:28-4-1948
Nationality:British
   
National Finals:A Song For Europe 1988
ESC Entries:Go (1988)
   
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Biography

Scott Fitzgerald is a Scottish singer and musical actor, born in Glasgow. He released his debut single “Judy played the jukebox” in 1974, soon followed by “Never too young to rock”  in 1975. It was the title track to a glam rock movie. His biggest succes however came in 1977, when he teamed up with Dutch singer Yvonne Keeley and the Saint Thomas More School Choir in the song “If I had words”. The song became an international chart success. It reached the UK top-3 and was a huge success in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, The Netherlands, Belgium and Scandinavia as well. Scott Fitzgerald has lived in The Netherlands for a couple of years to establish a singing career there. In 1988, he was chosen to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest. His song “Go” was written and composed by Julie Forsyth, who had been a member of the band Guys ‘n’ Dolls.
In 1992, Yvonne Keeley and Scott Fitzgerald teamed up again and released a new single, “United we stand”. In 2010, they teamed up again, now with a couple of Dutch stars, to re-record “If I had words” for charity.

Entries

Country:United Kingdom
Year:1988
Language:English
   
Artist:Scott Fitzgerald
Song:Go
Lyrics:Julie Forsyth
Composer(s):Julie Forsyth
Conductor:Ronnie Hazlehurst
   
Backings:Des Dyer
Julie Forsyth
Dominic Grant
Results 
Points:136
Position:2
Running order:4
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