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Folk och världsmusikgalan 2015

Stefan Sundström

Sundström is one of the most famous Swedish singer/songwriters of the last decade. His first album came in 1989, and since then he's released 15 titles. Sundström combines the old traditions from Taube and Dan Andersson with new rock music. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Olle Linder

Andreas Unge

Ramy Essam (EG)

Ramy Essam (Arabic: رامى عصام‎‎, pronounced [ˈɾɑːmi ʕeˈsˤɑːm]; born 1987) is an Egyptian musician.[1] He is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.

Essam was born in 1987 in Mansoura, Egypt.[2]

His song Irhal, in which then Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was urged to resign, gained great popularity among the demonstrators. It became internationally known through YouTube, and is referred to as the anthem of the revolution. In 2011, it was selected by Time Out as the third-most world-changing song of all time. He currently sings hard rock songs, one of the few singers in Egypt to sing rock. Ramy also expressed his mourning of the revolution's martyrs on Facebo...

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Lena Willemark

Lena Willemark was born in 1960 in the village of Evertsberg, Sweden, which is situated in the province of Dalecarlia. The heritage of folk music lies deeply enrooted in Lena's music. She plays the violin and has become the best-known interpreter of traditional folk music in Sweden. In the early Eighties while at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm she became involved with jazz singing and the combination of the two music styles has made her one of this country's most unique artists. She has worked with such groups as Frifot, Entell, Elise Einarsdotter Ensemble and the award-winning group Nordan together with Ale Möller. She has also collaborated with the composer Karin Rehnqvist. In 1998 when Stockholm was the Cultural Capital of Eu...

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Miriam Aïda

Miriam Aïda, born 24 september 1974, is an Swedish jazz singer, and a resident of Malmö.

She and Saxophonist Fredrik Kronkvist are a couple, both private and musically. They are established in the Swedish jazz scene. Between tours and recordings she runs a jazz club named Monk in her hometown of Malmö, Sweden.

She is one of Swedens most popular jazz singers with an internationell career and has lately been performing at the Blue Note in Tokyo, London, Paris, Istanbul, Moscow, Helsinki, Oslo, Palermo, Berlin and of course all around Sweden. After her time exploring the music traditions of Brazil and her success with the album Meu Brasil she has been spotted in several national TV shows. Miriam´s extensive talen...

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