Marc Roberts is an Irish singer-songwriter and radio and television presenter best known for representing his home country on home soil in the 1997 Contest in Dublin with Mysterious Woman, finishing in second place, which as of 2016 is the country's last appearance in the Top 5.
Roberts's debut album was released in 1998 and to date he has released six studio albums. He performed in a tribute concert to the late John Denver, who is one of his influences along with other singer/songwriters James Taylor, David Gates, Dan Fogelberg, Janis Ian and Carole King. His shows have sold out the National Concert Hall, Dublin, Opera House, Cork and many other theatres in Ireland.
Roberts later joined Galway Bay FM as a guest presenter before making another attempt to represent his home country at the 2008 Contest, ultimately losing out in the national final to Dustin the Turkey.
|Eurovision Song Contest 1997|
|Artists||Hara & Andreas Konstantinou • Şebnem Paker & Grup Ethnic • Tor Endresen • Bettina Soriat • Marc Roberts • Tanja Ribič • Barbara Berta • Mrs. Einstein • Jalisse • Marcos Llunas • Bianca Shomburg • Anna Maria Jopek • Maarja-Liis Ilus • Alma Čardžić • Célia Lawson • Blond • Marianna Zorba • Debbie Scerri • V.I.P. • Alla Pugacheva • Kølig Kaj • Fanny • E.N.I. • Katrina and The Waves • Paul Oscar|
|Songs||Mana mou • Dinle • San Francisco • One Step • Mysterious Woman • Zbudi se • Dentro di me • Niemand heeft nog tijd • Fiumi di Parole • Sin rencor • Zeit • Ale jestem • Keelatud maa • Goodbye • Antes do adeus • Bara hon älskar mig • Horepse • Let Me Fly • Miért kell, hogy elmenj? • Primadonna • Stemmen i mit liv • Sentiments songes • Probudi me • Love Shine a Light • Minn hinsti dans|