In 1969, the musical group Teach-In was founded in the Netherlands and, a few short years later, became popular there. In 1975, the group received the opportunity to represent the Netherlands at Eurovision; they ultimately won Europe’s top singing competition. At the time, according to the Eurovision terms, the winner was given the right to release their own album in each country that participated in the competition. Teach-In took advantage of the prize and, as a result, became well known throughout Europe. In 1980, the group broke up. Seventeen years later the musicians finally got back together to perform at concerts.