Thomas “Tommy” Swarbrigg and John James “Jimmy” Swarbrigg are Irish music promoters and former pop musicians. As The Swarbriggs, they represented Ireland at the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest with “That’s What Friends Are For“. As The Swarbriggs Plus Two, with Nicola Kerr and Alma Carroll, they competed again in 1977 with “It’s Nice To Be In Love Again“. The brothers wrote both songs. They also scored numerous other top 20 chart hit singles in Ireland during the 1970s, including “Joanne” (a No. 1 hit in 1976), “Looking Through The Eyes Of A Beautiful Girl”, “If Ma Could See Me Now”, “Funny” and many more. They had over 20 top 20 Chart Entries through the 1970s, which were all self composed.
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