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Missing People Stödgala
Mats Westling + Uno Svenningsson + Cecilia Vennersten + Lillasyster + Andra Generationen + Emrik Larsson + Jessica Andersson + Medina + Bosson + Stefan Odelberg + Nordman + Jenny Silver + Hellmans Drengar + Those Random Boys
Uno Svenningsson is a swedish singer born 1959, first in the band called Freda' until 1993 and since then with a solocareer. His biggest hit is 'Under Ytan' from 1994. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Cecilia Vennersten, born Birgitta Cecilia Vennersten-Ingemanson in 1970 is a Swedish pop singer.
Her career started with a second place in the Swedish qualifier for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Det vackraste. Her first album named Cecilia Vennersten released the same year was a great success in Sweden and Norway. In 1997 her 2nd album, Till varje leende, en tår, was released. She participated in Melodifestivalen 2005 with the ballad Var mig nära, but it didn't quality for the final. In 2006 her 3rd album, Under stjärnornas parasoll, was released. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Lillasyster (Swedish for "Little sister") is a band, formed in Göteborg, Sweden in 2006. The band was created when Martin Westerstrand started to write songs in Swedish for the first time, since the chorus of “Sug Min” with LOK was written the day before New Years' Eve of 2001. In the spring of 2006, he got enough and could not hold the words inside any longer. That's when the first song started to take shape.
Soon there was a bunch of songs that turned out to be straight forward, strange and good. Daniel Cordero from big brother LOK, plus Ian-Paolo Lira and Max Flövik from cousin Rallypack were soon a part of the band, and then they were four.
One small and fat guy
One short, fat and hairy guy
One short a...
In the fifties and sixties a group of Macedonians travelled to Sweden to work in the boat-industry. The second generation (andra generationen), their kids, preferred making music for a living. The result? Balkan-music in Swedish! The 6 immigrant-sons of Andra Generationen have a solid base of Macedonian folk music, complete with improvised Servian turbofolk, gypsy beats, Turkish and oriental music, and to top it off some modern dance beats. Started in 1988 in Gothenburg and still as irresistible in 2010. A show which will make everyone dance, bounce, and be singing hippare, hoppare! Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.