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Eduardo Nascimento

Eduardo Nascimento

Eduardo Nascimento


Eduardo Nascimento (born 1944, Luanda, Portuguese Angola) is an Angolan singer, best known for his participation on behalf of Portugal in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest. 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 Read more on Last.fm
Eduardo Nascimento (born 1944, Luanda, Portuguese Angola) is an Angolan singer, best known for his participation on behalf of Portugal in the 1967 Eurovision Song Contest. 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").[1] He won the event by a comfortable margin, and went forward to represent Portugal in the 12th Eurovision Song Contest, held on 8 April in Vienna, where "O vento mudou" finished in joint 12th place of the 17 entries. Nascimento is notable for being the first black male performer at Eurovision, the year after Milly Scott from the Netherlands became the first black female to sing. 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.

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