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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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YOHIO (born in Sundsvall, Sweden) is a solo artist and was the guitarist of Seremedy. He became the lead guitarist of the band in 2009 and debuted as a solo artist in Japan 2012 were he was signed to Universal Music Japan. On February 9, 2012, YOHIO did a showcase performance in Tokyo, performing all 6 songs from his debut mini-album "REACH the SKY". His debut mini album "REACH the SKY" was released in Japan on April 25, 2012. On October 19 he released his first single "Our Story", this was the first song with English lyrics.

On November 19, it was revealed that YOHIO will participate in Melodifestivalen 2013, the Swedish national selection for TV-show Eurovision Song Contest 2013. On February 2, 2013 he performed the song "He...

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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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Arja Saijonmaa (FI)

Arja Saijonmaa (born December 1, 1944) is a Finnish singer, political activist and occasional actress.

She made her breakthrough as a singer in Sweden. She has made albums with Swedish translations of songs by Mikis Theodorakis, as well as covers of Zarah Leander songs.

As a politician, she has been a member of the Swedish People's Party in Finland and in 1987 she was appointed UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. When Prime minister Olof Palme was buried in 1986, she sung "Jag vill tacka livet".

Her last album Nära was recorded in Assisi, Italy in 2003.

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