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Joakim Thåström is a former punk rocker from Rågsved in Stockholm, Sweden. He played in Sweden's most famous punk band, Ebba Grön. Later he formed the new wave group Imperiet. When Imperiet broke up, Thåström started a solo career. During the 1990's, he left Sweden and formed the industrial rock band Peace, Love & Pitbulls. While making solo albums, Thåström has also found the time to hook up with tour guitarist Pelle Ossler and keyboardist Niklas Hellberg in a new project called Sällskapet.
Ebba Grön, 1977 - 1983
Rymdimperiet, 1981 - 1983
Imperiet, 1983 - 1988
Solo (Thåström, Xplodera mig 2000), 1989 - 1992
Peace, Love and Pitbulls, 1992 - 1997
Solo (Det är ni som e dom konstiga det är jag som e ...
Tomas Ledin (born February 25, 1952 in Rätan, Sweden) is a Swedish singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer. He grew up in the town of Sandviken.
Ledin has been one of Sweden's most popular recording artists since the 1970s. He won the Swedish Melodifestivalen in 1980 and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest that year with "Just Nu."
In 1982, he released the duet "Never Again" with Agnetha Fältskog of ABBA fame; the song reached number 1 in Chile and was popular across Europe.
He has been married since 1983 to record company president Marie Ledin.
* 1972 - Restless mind
* 1973 - Hjärtats rytm
* 1975 - Knivhuggarrock
* 1976 - ...
Rolf Ola Svensson (born February 19, 1977), better known as Ola Salo, is the singer and frontman of the Swedish glam rock band The Ark. Having written songs, such as 'It Takes A Fool To Remain Sane', this songwriter has also composed music for Rikard Wolff and to a Swedish TV series called "Kniven i hjärtat". Salo is openly bisexual and he has also been said to be the flamboyant Freddie Mercury of the 21st century.
In 2008-2009 Ola translated Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous musical Jesus Christ Superstar into Swedish. He also sung and acted the lead role of Jesus in the musical. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.