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Erik Segerstedt

Erik was born on April 20, 1983 in Uddevalla, Sweden. He was one of the participants in Swedish Idol 2006, and was the runner up. January 21, 2007 he released his first single "Can't Say I'm Sorry". His debut album "A Different Shade" was released on Febuary 21 the same year.

Currently Erik is part of the Swedish Boyband E.M.D.

Erik entered the Melodifestivalen stage again in 2013 together with the Norwegian singer Tone Damli singing "Hello Goodbye" Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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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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There are two artists named E-Type:

1) Swedish singer.
2) English old school hardcore producer.

E-type (real name: Bo Martin Erik Eriksson) is a Swedish Eurodance singer born on August 27, 1965. He became known to the audience in 1991 when the hit single "We've Got the Atmosphere" was released. This single went directly to the top of the Swedish charts. After that, E-type became well known in the Swedish entertainment world as a television host, film soundtrack composer and a song writer for several Swedish artists. On the 10th of June 2000 he performed at the opening ceremony of the European football championships Euro 2000, in Brussels, Belgium, together with a.o Hooverphonic. He also made the official anthem...

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Molly Sandén

Molly Sandén (born July 3, 1992 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish singer. Her sisters, Frida and Mimmi Sandén, are also singers. Sandén represented Sweden in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006 by singing the song "Det finaste någon kan få". She received a record position of 3rd place, despite the fact no other Scandinavian countries competed or were eligible to vote, with 116 points, which is the best result for Sweden until then.

In the summer of 2007 she participated in Diggiloo tour with Lasse Holm, Linda Bengtzing, Lotta Engberg, Tony Roche, Charlotte Perrelli, Thomas Pettersson, Jan Johansen, Niklas Andersson, Benjamin Wahlgren and Magnus Johansson. Sandén has also sung duets with Ola Svensson in the song You are th...

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Linda Pritchard

Talent, charisma and a whole lot of star quality are just a few words to describe singer Linda Pritchard. Her artistic story began in her early years, when, as she describes, basically started to sing before she could talk. What sounds like a phrase from an Abba song was actually the start of her future career.

During Linda's school years she focused on music and dance as she attended the famous Adolf Fredriks Music School and SWAY's three year long dance program.

Lindas first job in the music business was when she started working as a dancer and singer at the renowned Wallmans Salonger in Stockholm. She auditioned for Tess Merkel (Alcazar) who hired the artistic and talented girl right on the spot.


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LaGaylia Frazier

LaGaylia Frazier or just LaGaylia which is her artist name, is an American singer, who moved to and settled in Sweden. She was born in 1961 in Florida, United States. She is the daughter of musician Hal Frazier. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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