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Forbes

Forbes

Forbes


There are 2 artists that go by this name 1. Forbes Heaton is an Australian Hip Hop artist that raps under the name Forbes. He has collaborated with artists such as Pez, and opened for others such as 360. As of now he isn't very known, but with what he is doing, he will soon be in the mainstream Aus hip hop scene. 2. Forbes was a Swedish dansband (literal translation: "dance band") of the 1970s. The band represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 with the entry "Beatles". Read more on Last.fm
There are 2 artists that go by this name 1. Forbes Heaton is an Australian Hip Hop artist that raps under the name Forbes. He has collaborated with artists such as Pez, and opened for others such as 360. As of now he isn't very known, but with what he is doing, he will soon be in the mainstream Aus hip hop scene. 2.

Forbes was a Swedish dansband (literal translation: "dance band") of the 1970s. The band represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977 with the entry "Beatles". The song is about the British band of the same name. Despite the popular topic of the song, Forbes ended in 18th and last place and mustered only two points. It was one of the worst placements ever for a Swedish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest. The band consisted of Peter Forbes, Roger Capello, Claes Bure, Peter Björk, Anders Hector and Chino Mariano. Eurovision Song Contest 1977 - London Entry for Sweden Performer: Forbes Song title: Beatles Song writer(s): Sven-Olof Bagge Song composer(s): Claes Bure Sang In Position: 13 Final Position: 18 Points: 2 This year's Eurovision Song Contest took place at the Wembley Conference Centre in London.

The event was postponed for five weeks because of the fact that the cameramen and technicians were on strike. The song contest was supposed to take place on the 2nd of April, but it did not take place before the 7th of May. 18 countries took part this year. Sweden returned, and Yugoslavia withdrew from the contest.

Tunisia was supposed to take part as well, performing in 4th position, but the country withdrew its entry. The rule of performing in one's national language was brought back to the song contest as since 1973, countries could sing in a language they wanted. However, Germany and Belgium were allowed to perform in English because their entries had already been chosen before the rule was brought back. The German group Silver Convention had been hugely popular all over the world in the mid 70s with songs like Fly Robin Fly and Get Up And Boogie. Even if there were high hopes that their 1977 entry Telegram would mark the first victory for Germany, the song only ended up in 8th position.

Anita Skorgan sang her first entry Casanova for Norway this year. She would return in 1979 and also try several more times to represent her home country, but always lost out in the Norwegian national heats. Austria gave a innovative performance as Boom Boom Boomerang by the group Schmetterlinge was performed with the artists wearing masks on the back of their heads. Read more on Last.fm.

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