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Sofia Karlsson

Sofia Karlsson (born 1975 in Enskede, Sweden), is a Swedish folk singer.

Sofia Karlsson grew up in Enskede, Stockholm. She attended the Folk music dept. of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Between 1998 and 2002 she was a full time member in Swedish folk music act Groupa. In 2002 she released her debut solo album “Folk songs”.

In 2005 she made her public breakthrough with her second album “Svarta ballader” (Black ballads). The album contains her interpretations of the Swedish poet Dan Andersson. The album was in the charts for more than a year and has to date sold 60.000 copies and was rewarded with a Swedish as well as a Danish Grammy.

After touring Sweden for two years she released her third albu...

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Jack Vreeswijk

Swedish singer and the son of Cornelis Vreeswijk. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Kajsa Grytt

Kajsa Grytt born June 20th, 1961 in Stockholm is a Swedish punk icon, guitarist, singer and songwriter. Sister of Per Grytt.

Kajsa Grytt was singer and guitarist in the band Tant Strul (1979-1985) and the duo Kajsa & Malena (1985-1988 and 1998), she also wrote most of the songs. In 1990 Kajsa formed the short-lived duo De missanpassade (Swedish for "The Misfits"), together with Johan Johansson from KSMB. Kajsa is now a solo artist who made a critically acclaimed comeback in 2003 and since then she has often played with David Giese. She has so far made four solo albums - on the latest album, Brott & Straff ("Crime & punishment", released in March 2006), several of the lyrics were written by female prisoners in Sweden. On the s...

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