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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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Barbados is a Swedish dansband, formed in 1992, who have had several Swedish chart successes. The band, with lead singer Magnus Carlsson, became widely known after their second place in Melodifestivalen 2000. The band has replaced lead singer twice. First Magnus Carlsson left the group in 2002 and later became a member of the group Alcazar. Mathias Holmgren, a former Fame Factory student was the new lead singer, but was in 2004 forced to leave the band. The third and latest lead singer, Chris Lindh, is also planning to leave the band in early 2007.

The band has participated four times in the Swedish preselection of the Eurovision Song Contest:

2000: "Se mig", placed second
2001: "Allt som jag ser", placed seco...

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