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Lotta Engberg

Lotta Engberg is a Swedish dansband and pop singer. She was born Anna Charlotte Pedersen on March 5, 1963, in Överkalix, Sweden, and grew up in Laxå, Sweden. Lotta Engberg is known for singing "happy" and "joyful" "schlager" songs such as Fyra bugg & en coca-cola (1987), 100% (1988 together with the group Triple & Touch), Genom vatten och eld (1989), Världens bästa servitris (1991), and Kär och galen (1993). She has also sung some songs with more "serious" lyrics, such as Tusen skäl att stanna (1992), Alla lyckliga stunder (1993) and En liten stund på Jorden (2000). She often sings in the Swedish language, but has also done some singing in English. Starting in 1989 Lotta Engberg sang with her former husband Anders Engberg's "dansband" Lo...

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Helena Paparizou (GR)

Έλενα Παπαρίζου (credited as Helena Paparizou on her occasional international releases), born 31 January 1982 in Borås, Västergötland, Sweden, is a popular Greek singer, best known in Europe for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 for Greece with the song "My Number One".

Paparizou, determined to succeed with and fulfill her dreams of being an entertainer, joined childhood friend and fellow Swede-Greek Nikos Panagiotidis, at the age of seventeen, to form Antique. The duo quickly signed their first record label contract, with the Swedish record label Bonnier.

Despite the group's success, Antique broke up in 2003 on good terms, as the band had "run its natural course," and Paparizou set about going solo. She sig...

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Mats Ronander

Mats Ronander, born 1 April 1954 in Sundsvall, Sweden, is a Swedish rock musician, guitar player, producer and composer.

Mats was born in Sundsvall, but grew up in Örebro. At the age of sixteen he succeeded Peps Persson as singer in the band Blues Quality. He was a member of the band Nature. The band backed up Ulf Lundell on a tour and three of Lundell's studio album as well as released a few records of their own. In 1979 he was one of ABBA's guitarists on their world tour.

The 1992 single "Gör mig lycklig nu" (written and performed with Dane Kim Larsen) and the album Himlen gråter för Elmore James produced by Max Lorentz were Ronander's most successful solo projects. Ronander was also a member of Low budget blues b...

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Sean Banan

Sean Samadi better known by his stage name Sean Banan (Banan means Banana, appears to be a pun of his name) is a Swedish comedian and musician of Iranian origin. His family immigrated to Sweden when he was just 2 years old and resided in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Sean Samadi took lessons in rumba, flamenco, rock, cha-cha-cha, ballet and street dance. He then worked as a choreographer and dance instructor. In 2006, he appeared on TV3's now defunct dance program Floor Filler. He became an immediate internet phenomenon after appearing in an interview in 2007 after answering some questions about his preferences and said he preferred "rumpa" (buttocks) to breasts. "Rumpa" became a catch phrase he would use in many of his future gigs.
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Sven-Bertil Taube

Sven-Bertil Taube, born November 24, 1934, is a Swedish singer and actor. The son of Evert Taube and Astri Taube, he is most known for his renditions of his father's songs. He has also sung numerous Carl Michael Bellman songs, as well as poems by prominent Swedish poets such as Erik Axel Karlfeldt and Nils Ferlin.

Taube currently resides in London, England. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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