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Gyllene Tider

Gyllene Tider is a Swedish pop band. Gyllene Tider means 'Golden Ages' or 'Golden Times' in English. Few Scandinavians have not heard the song "Sommartider", often played on the radio during late spring and early summer. The band is well-known for its catchy choruses and light-weight lyrics. In 1977, (
Per Gesslemet Mats Persson, a member of the band Audiovisuellt Angrepp, forming the duo Grape Rock. Later Micke Andersson, Anders Herrlin and Göran Fritzon joined and the quintet was born. The group's name was changed to Gyllene Tider.

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Linnea Henriksson

Linnea Henriksson, born 9 November 1986 in Halmstad, is a Swedish jazz and pop singer who finished fourth in the 2010 edition of Swedish Idol. She received musical education at Skurups Folkhögskola where in 2007 met the members of the Prylf jazz band. That same year she became the band's singer. Prylf released their debutalbum Kind of Green in 2010.

In 2011 Linnea Henriksson released her first solo single Väldigt kär/Obegripligt ensam which she wrote together with Orup.
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