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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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Håkan Hellström

Håkan Hellström, born 2 April 1974, is a Swedish singer from Gothenburg, located on the Swedish west coast. He was formerly known as a member in the groups Honey is Cool (with Karin Dreijer, later in The Knife, now Fever Ray) and Broder Daniel.

He made his big break-through in Sweden in the year 2000 with the song "Känn ingen sorg för mig Göteborg" ("Feel no sorrow for me, Gothenburg"). Håkan has recently released his seventh album, Det kommer aldrig va över för mig.
Håkan played drums in the Swedish indiepop band Broder Daniel 1988-94, and he played the bass guitar 97-03.
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Amanda Jenssen

Jenny Amanda Katarina Jenssen (born Bengtsson, 12 September 1988 in Lund, Sweden) is a Swedish performer who became famous after finishing 2nd in the Swedish version of the popular talent show Idol after going head to head with Marie Picasso on 7th December 2007. Jenssen won 48.7% of the votes.

On the 3rd January 2008, Jenssen announced that she had landed a record deal. Her first single, Do You Love Me, was released in stores on 23rd January. The following single Amarula Tree (written by Jenssen and Pär Wiksten) was released on 16th April 2008.

Her debut album Killing My Darlings was released on the 7th May 2008 and quickly went platinum in Sweden. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under th...

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YOHIO (born in Sundsvall, Sweden) is a solo artist and was the guitarist of Seremedy. He became the lead guitarist of the band in 2009 and debuted as a solo artist in Japan 2012 were he was signed to Universal Music Japan. On February 9, 2012, YOHIO did a showcase performance in Tokyo, performing all 6 songs from his debut mini-album "REACH the SKY". His debut mini album "REACH the SKY" was released in Japan on April 25, 2012. On October 19 he released his first single "Our Story", this was the first song with English lyrics.

On November 19, it was revealed that YOHIO will participate in Melodifestivalen 2013, the Swedish national selection for TV-show Eurovision Song Contest 2013. On February 2, 2013 he performed the song "He...

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Sean Banan

Sean Samadi better known by his stage name Sean Banan (Banan means Banana, appears to be a pun of his name) is a Swedish comedian and musician of Iranian origin. His family immigrated to Sweden when he was just 2 years old and resided in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Sean Samadi took lessons in rumba, flamenco, rock, cha-cha-cha, ballet and street dance. He then worked as a choreographer and dance instructor. In 2006, he appeared on TV3's now defunct dance program Floor Filler. He became an immediate internet phenomenon after appearing in an interview in 2007 after answering some questions about his preferences and said he preferred "rumpa" (buttocks) to breasts. "Rumpa" became a catch phrase he would use in many of his future gigs.
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