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Kalle Moraeus

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Sanna Nielsen

Sanna Viktoria Nielsen (born 27 November, 1984) is a singer from Bromölla, Sweden. At the age of eleven she reached the number one spot on the Svensktoppen charts with the song Till en fågel (To A Bird). In September 1996 she released her debut album "Silvertoner" (Tones of Silver). During the following years Nielsen released the album Min önskejul in 1997 and the single "Time to Say Goodbye" in 1999.

She participated in Melodifestivalen 2001 singing Igår, idag (Yesterday, Today), which finished 3rd. Nielsen returned to Melodifestivalen in 2003 with Hela världen för mig (Entire World To Me), which finished 5th, and in 2005 with Du och jag mot världen (You and I Against the World), a duet with Fredrik Kempe, which finished 8th...

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Orsa Spelmän

Orsa spelmän (spelmän = folk musicians) is a swedish folkmusic group playing traditional swedish folk music. They originate from the town Orsa in Dalarna. Different constallations of Orsa spelmän has existed since the 1970's. Today the group consists of the three brothers Kalle, Perra, and Olle Moraeus, and Nicke Göthe, Leif Göras, and Larsåke Leksell.

Orsa spelmäns rise to national fame came with Benny Anderssons(formerly of ABBA) with to make a record with accordion music. The result was "Klinga mina klockor" released in 1987 which has sold around 100,000 records to date. Since then Orsa spelmän has produced 7 records. They've also had two appearances in the US of A. Nowadays Orsa spelmän is heavily involved in Benny Anderss...

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