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Marie Bergman & Roger Pontare


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Marie Bergman (born 21 November), 1950 in Stockholm) is a Swedish singer. Between 1969 and 1972, she was member in the pop group Family Four, which represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1971 and 1972. She started her solo career in 1974. She has during the years released 13 own-written records and 2 jazz albums and reiceved numerous awards. In 1994 she again represented Sweden at Eurovision, this time with Roger Pontare, setting a record as the singer who has represented Sweden at ESC the most times. This was equalled by Carola Häggkvist in 2006. She has performed at the Roskilde Festival four times.

Fred Roger Pontare, Swedish musician, born 17 October 1951 in Slagnäs, Arjeplog Municipality, and currently living in Örnsköldsvik.

He represented Sweden twice in the Eurovision Song Contest, in 1994 (duet with Marie Bergman) with “Stjärnorna” and in 2000 with “When Spirits Are Calling My Name”, placing 13th and 7th, respectively.

Eurovision Song Contest 1994 - Dublin
Entry for Sweden

Performer: Marie Bergman and Roger Pontare
Song title: Stjärnorna
Song writer(s): Mikael Littwold
Song composer(s): Peter Bertilsson

Sang in Position: 1
Final Position: 13
Total Points: 48

For the second consecutive time, Ireland hosted the Eurovision Song Contest, this time in its capital Dublin. Due to the fact that so many countries wished to participate in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, the European Broadcasting Union decided to adopt a relegation system.

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