Dana (Rosemary Brown)
BiographyIslington, London, England, UK
Dana was born Rosemary Brown. As an 18 year old schoolgirl, she won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1970 with the charming song "All Kinds of Everything" which went on to become a huge hit all over Europe. Other hits followed including "Who Put The Lights Out". Around this time she was cast as the oldest daughter in the film Flight of the Doves (1971). Other notable singles followed including "Crossword Puzzle" written by Lynsey de Paul and Barry Blue before switching record label. Read more... Cookin' in the Kitchen", the hits eventually dried up though Dana continued to record and perform. After marrying and starting a family she turned to Christian music, writing the excellent "Totus Tuus.. Totally Yours". Dana Rosemary Scallon is now a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the constituency of Connacht-Ulster, Ireland. She was the first ever women elected as an MEP in the constituency.