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Mikael Wiehe (born 10 April 1946) is a Swedish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Throughout his career, his lyrical content has chiefly dealt with social and political issues from a leftist viewpoint. In the 1970s, Wiehe was one of the lead singers and the leading songwriter of Hoola Bandoola Band.
After the split of the group in 1975, he was the leader of various other bands before becoming a solo artist in the beginning of the 1980s. He was a close friend of the late Björn Afzelius, the other lead singer of Hoola Bandoola Band. They sometimes toured around Scandinavia and recorded together in the 1980s and 90s. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; add...
Emil Jensen is a Swedish singer-songwriter/poet. He sings in a broad southern accent of Swedish (skånska), accompanied by mostly accoustic instruments such as guitar and piano on his two earlier records, and a greater variety of electronic tunes on his latest record ("Orka då", 2006).
His characteristic live shows consists of equal parts stand up comedy, poetry slam - Emil has won the Swedish poetry slam championship twice, and reached the fourth place in the world championship in Rotterdam - and music. The songs are usually simplified versions, allowing Emil to perform them alone, accompanying himself on the piano. On the studio albums, however, he is assisted by Marcus Cato from his former band "Mållgan". Read more on Last....
Pernilla Andersson was born in the mid 70's in what you might say was a "music-friendly environment". Both her parents, musicians at the time were touring a lot, her mother as a jazzsinger and her father with his jazzoriented "Beachboys-kind-of band". So, for Pernilla cars, buses and planes was a natural way of living. Born in Stockholm she moved with her family to the south of Sweden when she was 4, and her home was always filled with musicians, artists and painters. She began playing the piano at 5, making up her own songs by the time she was 8, and she was always encouraged by her parents to go her own way. Pernilla always felt a bit separated from her friends at school due to her upbringing, and by the time she was 13, she started to...