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Magnus Carlsson

Magnus Carlsson (born June 24, 1974, in Borås, Sweden) is a Swedish singer. He was lead singer of the dansband Barbados for eleven years. In 2002 he became the fourth member of the Swedish pop-disco band Alcazar. He is now a solo artist. Carlsson has participated in Melodifestivalen (Swedish preselection for the Eurovison Song Contest) every year between 2000 and 2007, except in 2004, either with Barbados, Alcazar, or solo. In 2006 he qualified for the Melodifestivalen final with Lev livet! composed by Anders Glenmark and Niklas Strömstedt. He competed as a solo artist again in Melodifestivalen 2007 with Live forever but didn’t reach the final.
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Sonja Aldén

Sonja Aldén, born 20 December 1977 in St Albans, England, United Kingdom, is a Swedish
singer mostly famous for her 2006 and 2007 Melodifestivalen entries, her friendship with
Shirley Clamp and her ability to write songs for other artists, for example the hard
rock/heavy metal band The Poodles, who also participated in the Swedish Melodifestivalen
In the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2007, Sonja Aldén participated with the ballad
"För att du finns", which reached "Andra Chansen" ("Second
chance") when it finished 4th in the semifinal in Örnsköldsvik on 17 February
2007. "För att du finns" became a Svensktoppen (chart of songs in Swedish
language, Swedish Radio) hit, and reached the 4th plac...

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Jessica Andersson

Jessica Andersson (born 27 October 1973 in Västergötland) is a Swedish singer. She participated in the television show Fame Factory in 2002 and later formed the group Fame with the show's winner Magnus Bäcklund. Fame won Melodifestivalen 2003 and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest with Give me your love. They finished in fifth place. In 2004, Fame finished sixth in Melodifestivalen with Vindarna vänder oss. Jessica Andersson participated in Melodifestivalen as a solo artist in 2006 and 2007; neither Kalla nätter nor Kom reached the final. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.


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