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Lena Maria Klingvall

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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Tomas Von Brömssen

Tommy Nilsson

Tommy Nilsson (born March 11, 1960) is a Swedish rock singer and composer. Swedish critics state that he has one of the best voices of Sweden[citation needed].

In the late 70's, the artist was the singer of Swedish heavy metal band Horizont. The group released two albums but a French producer, Yves Accary, contacted Nilsson and signed him to a French record company. The singer enjoyed his first big hit in France in 1981 with the song No Way No How. The single sold one million copies and the album 200 000 copies. No Way No How, his first album, included disco tracks and ballads. A follow up LP Tommy Nilsson was released in 1982 and this time the songs were composed by Tommy Nilsson and Alex R Contanstinos. This was a rock album...

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Amy Diamond

Amy Linnea Deasismont (born 15 April, 1992 in Norrköping, Sweden), is a Swedish pop singer. She was born in Norrköping but lived in the UK until she was four and a half. Her first television performance was in an episode of the Swedish music-talent series “Småstjärnorna” (The Small Stars) in 2000. Amy's first album This is me now (May 18th 2005) was released when she was only 12 years old. "What's in it for me", "Welcome to the city" and "Shooting star" became a big success. 120.000 copies of "This is me now" were sold in Sweden. Under her current management, she has been on a top 1 position in Sweden for 6 weeks during the summer of 2005. The same year she won the NRJ Radio Awards, the Nickelodeon Kids Choice and the Nordic Hit Music Aw...

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