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Musikens Makt 2014

Anna Ternheim

Anna Alexandra Ternheim (born in Stockholm, Sweden on 31 May 1978) is a Swedish singer-songwriter who performs in English.

She released her début album Somebody Outside in 2004. The Swedish Grammy jury awarded her as Best Newcomer of the year, and was nominated for Best Female Artist, Best Lyricist and Best Songwriter of 2005. She also won the P3 Gold award for Best Newcomer 2004.

For her second album, Separation Road released on September 27, 2006, she was awarded Best Female Artist and Best Lyricist of the Swedish Grammy jury, again she was nominated for Best Songwriter and Best Album. She received the award for Best Female Artist at the Swedish National Radio's P3 Gold Awards the same year.

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Jenny Wilson

Swedish Jenny Wilson makes elegant and sophisticated pop music with hints of synthpop. Her self-produced solo debut, Love & Youth, on which she also plays every instrument, was released to much critical acclaim in 2005. Music journalists ranked it as one of the best Swedish albums of the year.

As a teenager in the early 90s, Jenny Wilson - born in 1975 - originally wanted to become a writer. At that time she discovered PJ Harvey's Rid of Me, an album that inspired her so much that she decided to give up on her writing career and focus on music. She met Karl-Jonas Winqvist in 1997, with whom she formed the band First Floor Power. Per Lager and Jenny's sister, Sara, joined shortly after. Their debut album, There Is Hope was rele...

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Little Jinder

Swedish pop singer Little Jinder (Astrid Maria Josefine Jinder, née Stove), born February 20, 1988 in Skarpnäcks, Stockholm County.
Daughter of Bjorn Stove and Åsa Jinder (performer and nyckelharpist, youngest national musician of all time on the nyckelharpa) She lived in London during the study at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (one of the best performing arts schools in the world, co-founded by Lead Patron Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty)

Little Jinder has met with great success and has become one of the most famous Swedish artists in 2015. Her self-titled album from 2014 was awarded a Grammy for Best Pop and she has been hailed as a producer and songwriter. Little Jinder has played at the ...

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Nicole Sabouné

Nicole Sabouné (b. 23 May 1991, Amanda Marina Nicole Sabouné in Sölvesborg, Sweden). After three singles, her début album is Must Exist (15 Jan 2014, King Island / Roxy), which has 1970s / 1980s rock / punk influences.

Sabouné reached the semifinals of The Voice Sverige, 2012 (a The Voice franchise), with Ola Salo as her coach. She writes music with Salo and Niklas Stenemo.

She toured Must Exist in Sweden.

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