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Spanish singer Salomé was among four performers to become elected winner from the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest, alongside entries from French vocalist Frida Boccara, the U.K.’s Lulu, as well as the Netherlands’ Lennie Kuhr. She was created Maria Rosa Marco on June 21, 1943, in Barcelona. She’d record variations of her earning entrance, “Vivo Cantando,” in a minimum of seven dialects — Spanish, Basque and Catalan, French, British, German, Italian, and Serbo-Croat.

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