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Zara Larsson

Zara Maria Larsson (born December 16, 1997 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish singer living with her mother, father and younger sister Hanna (born 2000). As a child Zara took part in a theatrical version of Sound of Music at the Göta Lejon Theatre in Stockholm, playing the part of Marta. Later Zara was a finalist of the Swedish talent show Stjärnskott 2007 but she received her national fame for winning the TV4 talent show Talang 2008, the Swedish version of Got Talent. During Talang 2008 she performed three songs: "The Greatest Love of All" and "One Moment in Time" by Whitney Houston, at the audition and the semifinal respectively; and "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dión at the final. She won the competition at age 10, and received the...

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There are four artists with this name. For minimal techno producer Agnès, please go here and for the Finnish singer, see Agnes Pihlava

Agnes Carlsson (credited simply as Agnes), born 6 March 1988 in Vänersborg, is a Swedish pop, R&B and dance singer who rose to fame as the winner of the second series of the Swedish singing competition Idol in 2005. She has since gone on to be one of Sweden's most popular and best-selling female singers, selling over 160,000 albums in her home country alone.

A project of Dave Douglas, member of the christian band Relient K. The songs are written by Dave Douglas and all instruments and vocals are also by him.
Songs are called 'Gravity', 'The Brakes' and 'Privil...

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Danny Saucedo

Daniel Gabriel Alessandro Saucedo Grzechowski (born February 25, 1986 in Södermalm, Stockholm, Stockholms Län) is a Swedish singer and songwriter, often presented just as Danny. Danny competed in Idol 2006, the Swedish version of Idol, where he finished 6th. His debut album Heart Beats and the three singles "Tokyo", "Play It for the Girls" and "Radio" topped the Swedish charts.

Danny is also simultaneously a member of Swedish pop trio E.M.D. with Erik Segerstedt from Idol 2006 and Mattias Andréasson from Idol 2007. The trio has released three albums and eight singles (of which one album and four singles topped swedish charts). They released their album "A State of Mind" in May 2008, with the three singles "All for Love", "Jen...

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Petra Marklund

Petra Linnea Paula Marklund, also known by the stage name September, born 12 september 1984 in Stockholm, is a Swedish singer.
Marklund debuted in 2000 under her own name with the album Teen Queen. Under the stage name September she enjoyed a series of dance floor hits in Sweden and abroad starting in 2003 with La La La (Never Give It Up).
2012 she released an album in Swedish under her own name with material different from earlier work by being more personal and not as clearly directed at the dance audience. The first single, Händerna mot himlen was penned by Joakim Berg, from Swedish rock band Kent. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA Li...

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Robin Stjernberg

Robin Stjernberg (born on February 22, 1991 in Hässleholm, Sweden) is a Swedish singer, Idol-finalist and ex-member of boyband What's Up!.

Stjernberg participated in the the singing competition “Idol 2011” Season 8 on Swedish TV channel TV4. He was one of the finalist to compete in Ericsson Globe arena in Stockholm. Stjernberg ended up on 2nd place with 48% of the votes and was defeted by Amanda Fondell.

On December 19, 2011 it was revealed that he got signed to the music label Lionheart International. The debut album entitled "My Versions" (best-of album from Idol) is planned to be released on January 4, 2012. First single of the album is "Halo".

On March 9th 2013 Robin won the Swedish final of Melodife...

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