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Noice Forever + Björn Rosenström + Lillasyster + Eilert Pilarm + Sixten and The Cupcakes + Lex Cobra
Björn Rosenström was born 1970 in Gothenburg, Sweden. His first album, "Låtar som är sådar", was only spread among friends at first, back in 1996, but as rumour spread it became famous enough for a record label to distribute it in 1997. Within a year 110,000 copies were sold.
Accompanied by a band consisting of brothers and friends, Björn has released six albums by now - one of them being a collection (in 2003).
His lyrics is centered around humor. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Lillasyster (Swedish for "Little sister") is a band, formed in Göteborg, Sweden in 2006. The band was created when Martin Westerstrand started to write songs in Swedish for the first time, since the chorus of “Sug Min” with LOK was written the day before New Years' Eve of 2001. In the spring of 2006, he got enough and could not hold the words inside any longer. That's when the first song started to take shape.
Soon there was a bunch of songs that turned out to be straight forward, strange and good. Daniel Cordero from big brother LOK, plus Ian-Paolo Lira and Max Flövik from cousin Rallypack were soon a part of the band, and then they were four.
One small and fat guy
One short, fat and hairy guy
One short a...
Eilert Dahlberg (born April 4, 1953), who uses the stage name Eilert Pilarm, is a Swedish Elvis impersonator whose fame (such as it is) stems from his striking lack of resemblance to Elvis Presley, both vocally and physically, and his shaky command of the English language in which he sings.
He self-released several cassettes before his debut CD Greatest Hits was released in 1996 on MCA. Eilert is Back! followed in 1998 and Live In Stockholm appeared in 2000.
Pilarm is one of several musicians featured in Irwin Chusid's book Songs In The Key Of Z, which focuses on outsider music. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.