Family Four

Family Four were a Swedish pop group who recorded during the 1960s and 1970s. They were made up of Berdnt Öst, Marie Bergman, Agnetha Munther and Pierre Isacsson. They won Melodifestivalen twice, in 1971 with "Vita vidder" and in 1972 with "Härliga sommardag". They went on to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest on these two occasions. ...show more

Family Four were a Swedish pop group who recorded during the 1960s and 1970s. They were made up of Berdnt Öst, Marie Bergman, Agnetha Munther and Pierre Isacsson. They won Melodifestivalen twice, in 1971 with "Vita vidder" and in 1972 with "Härliga sommardag". They went on to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest on these two occasions.

They finished sixth in 1971 and 13th in 1972. Both Marie Bergman and Pierre Isacsson went on to successful solo careers. Eurovision Song Contest 1971 - Dublin Entry for Sweden Performer: Family Four Song title: Vita Vidder Song writer(s): Song composer(s): Håkan Elmquist Sang in Position: 12 Final Position: 6 Total Points: 85 For the first time in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest, Ireland hosted the event at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin. Compared to 1970, the number of participants rose again to 18 as Finland, Norway, Sweden and Portugal all re-entered after a year of absence.

Malta had its debut, so altogether 18 countries were present and the contest was broadcast in 29 countries. The rule of performing either as single or duet was abolished: now groups of up to six persons were allowed to perform at Eurovision Song Contests. In this year's Eurovision Song Contest, a new voting system was created: two jury members - one of them had to be younger than 25 - had to award between 1 and 5 points to each song. This created some problems because some juries gave fewer points than others. ...show less

Albums & Singles by Family Four