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Darin (born Darin Zanyar, June 2, 1987 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter of Kurdish descent and one of Sweden's best-selling artists, with numerous chart topping songs and music albums.

After participating in Idol 2004, Darin released his debut album "The Anthem" having reached second place in the competition and becoming number one in the hearts of many girls and boys. The album quickly reached the tops of the charts, along with his debut single "Money for nothing".

Darin has released 6 albums, (one independent), 4 of which have debuted at number 1 on the Swedish Album charts. He has 12 top 10 singles on the Swedish singles chart, 3 reaching number 1. He is currently the third most succes...

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Mikael Wiehe

Mikael Wiehe (born 10 April 1946) is a Swedish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Throughout his career, his lyrical content has chiefly dealt with social and political issues from a leftist viewpoint. In the 1970s, Wiehe was one of the lead singers and the leading songwriter of Hoola Bandoola Band.

After the split of the group in 1975, he was the leader of various other bands before becoming a solo artist in the beginning of the 1980s. He was a close friend of the late Björn Afzelius, the other lead singer of Hoola Bandoola Band. They sometimes toured around Scandinavia and recorded together in the 1980s and 90s. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; add...

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Moa Lignell

Moa Lignell (born on June 6, 1994 in Alingsås, Sweden) is a Swedish singer-songwriter.

In spring 2011, Lignell attended the audition for the 8th season of the singing competition "Idol 2011" on Swedish TV channel TV4. On the first audition, she sang the own composed song "When I Held Ya". Since then, the Swedish audience and jury fell in love with Moa and her song. Lignell was selected as one of the eleven contestants in the final contest.
On the semi final in Scandinavium, Gothenburg on December 2, 2011, she was voted out and finished in 3rd place. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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