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Ewan Svensson

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Magnus Lindgren

Magnus Lindgren is one of the hottest musicians in the Swedish jazz scene right now.

His debut album Way Out, which was released in 1999 got great reviews and ever since, Magnus has been popular with the critics and jazz fans over the world.

One of his big admirers is the founder of the Montreux Jazz Festival, Claude Nobs, who personally invited Magnus to play at the festival.

Magnus Lindgren have also written the music featured in a recent Nobel Prize Banquet. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Georgie Fame (UK)

Georgie Fame (b. June 26, 1943) is a British rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player whose real name is Clive Powell.

Fame was born in Leigh in Lancashire. At sixteen years of age he entered into a management agreement with Larry Parnes, who gave artists new names such as Marty Wilde and Billy Fury. Fame was already playing piano for Billy Fury in a backing band called The Blue Flames, which later became billed as "Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames". The band had great success with rhythm and blues. Their greatest success was "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" in 1968, which was a number-one hit in the United Kingdom and in the United States; they also had UK number-one hits with "Yeh, Yeh" (1965) and "Get Away" (1966)...

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