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1) Petter Alexis Askergren, (born 25 May 1974), who just uses his given name Petter as a stage name, is a rap artist from Stockholm, Sweden, rapping in Swedish. He debuted in 1998 with the album Mitt sjätte sinne (My Sixth Sense), which became a success and started the Swedish hip hop boom in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He owned a record company called Bananrepubliken (The Banana Republic) between 1999 and 2001. He has released 7 albums (Mitt sjätte sinne, Banarepubliken, Petter, Ronin, P, God Damn It and En Räddare i Nöden).
2) Petter Nordqvist is a 20 year old DJ and producer from Stockholm in Sweden who is fast forging his own unique niche in the musical spectrum. Petter has won himself fans from all corners, and a more...
Swedish band that started out in 1994 as a country/rockabilly band, which then merged with the members of Apache and founded the Weeping Willows. According to their website, " The Weeping Willows have played in cafés for a cup of coffee and they have headlined the biggest Scandinavian festivals. They have stayed the same but they have also changed a lot. They have spread their music further than they could have imagined yet they are still quite anonymous. Variation, just the way they like it. It’s all about the music.
Members: Vocals - Magnus Carlson, Guitars - Ola Nyström, Bass - Stefan Axelsen, Drums - Anders Hernestam, Guitars, Pedal Steel & Keyboards - Niko Röhlcke
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The pianist, singer and songwriter Edda Magnason grew up in the countryside of southern Sweden. Her father comes, as her name suggests, from Iceland. Her self-titled debut album was released in 2010 and she is now (30th of March, 2011) releasing “Goods”, her second album, along with her first single “Handsome”.
She has also toured with the well-known poetry slam-artist Emil Jensen. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.