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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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Anne-Lie Rydé

Anne-Lie Rydé (born 17 October 1956 in Stockholm) is a Swedish pop and rock singer. She participated in Melodifestivalen in 2004 and 2005, failing to reach the final on both occasions. She will participate in the competition again in 2007, with "Forsta gången", a duet with Svante Thuresson.

On the 10th of February Ryde and Thuresson didn't make the top5 and were voted out of the Melodifestivalen 2007 before the final voting.

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Di Leva

Growing up in the medium-sized town of Gävle, Thomas Magnusson took on his mother's maiden name, Di Leva, thus creating one of Sweden's most peculiar stage personalities. Mixing an extremely flowery and theatrical stage show with smart and inventive pop, Di Leva soon won the hearts of critics. Musically, he borrowed airy synthesized harmonies from new age music, lyrical skill from singer/songwriters, and effective choruses from mainstream pop. But his new age-inspired message of kindness and universal love also spurred negative reactions, from people dismissing him as silly or fake to actual fights at concerts. Conservative religious groups also had a hard time accepting lyrics like "Everyone is Jesus". At the end of the '90s, his first ...

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Jasmine Kara

Jasmine Kara was born 1988 in a small Swedish town to an Iranian father and a Swedish mother. Even as a little girl she knew that music was her calling. Jasmine started performing at talent shows and took every chance she could get to get up on the stage.

When Jasmine arrived in New York she immediately knew she had come home. The city’s music scene in general and it’s jazz, blues and R&B clubs in particular made her realize that this was where she belonged. She started performing all over town and took every chance she could get to sing to anyone who’d listen. Gradually she started noticing how her powerful voice could move her audience, making her even more certain that this was what she needed to do for the rest of her lif...

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The revolution has not been cancelled.

Könsförrädare have conquered many Swedish hearts with a both loud and melodically warm guitar rock. The friends from Sweden dare to grapple with subjects such as gender and norms as well as right and wrong in these politically paralysed days.

Their debut album “Curse All Law” is produced by swedish indie icon Mattias Alkberg and was praised as one of the most promising new records of the year in Sweden. The buzz around the band resulted in a lot of live shows including concerts at major nordic festivals such as Way Out West, Roskilde Festival and by:larm, and as opening act for Glasvegas. Their first single “Raging River” got a lot of radioplay on Swedish national radio. And fi...

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