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Peter Johansson (born August 22, 1977, in Norrköping, Sweden) is a Swedish singer, guitarist, dancer and musical artist. He was educated at School of musical theatre, Bjärnum and Ballet Academy, conservatory of musical theatre, Gothenburg, Sweden.
He has participated in the German production of Saturday Night Fever in Cologne, Germany in 2001–2002 and A Chorus Line at the Gothenburg Opera, Sweden, in 2002–2003.
From April 2003 to September 2007 Peter Johansson performed in the Queen musical We Will Rock You in West End, London. From June 2005 he made the leading role Galileo. On leaving the show he was given a gold disc and a special We Will Rock You guitar – a variation of the Queen guitarist Brian May’s Red Specia...
Nina started her career on Wallmans Salonger and as a choir girl behind many of Swedens most popular singers. On february 2, 2008 Söderquist won the Swedish talentshow West End Star on TV3. She won the prize of getting the leading role as "Lady of the Lake" in the London West End production of the musical Spamalot. In July Söderquist was back in Sweden leaving the London stage for a while, she performed a song at the popular swedish television show Allsång på Skansen. She was approached by the BBC to compete in the UK Eurovision selection event ; she declined the offer.
In 2009 she participated in Melodifestivalen. Singing in the 1st semifinal she failed to get to the final. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available...
Tommy Nilsson (born March 11, 1960) is a Swedish rock singer and composer. Swedish critics state that he has one of the best voices of Sweden.
In the late 70's, the artist was the singer of Swedish heavy metal band Horizont. The group released two albums but a French producer, Yves Accary, contacted Nilsson and signed him to a French record company. The singer enjoyed his first big hit in France in 1981 with the song No Way No How. The single sold one million copies and the album 200 000 copies. No Way No How, his first album, included disco tracks and ballads. A follow up LP Tommy Nilsson was released in 1982 and this time the songs were composed by Tommy Nilsson and Alex R Contanstinos. This was a rock album...