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Jill Johnson + Ola Salo + David Hellenius + Hasse Andersson + Lena Philipsson + Petter + Miss Li + Darin + Måns Zelmerlöw
Jill Anna Maria Johnson, born May 24, 1973 in Ängelholm, is a Swedish country- and pop-singer and songwriter. She performed the Melodifestivalen 1998 winning song Kärleken är, and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 1998 with that song, which finished 10th with 53 points. In 2003 she again entered Melodifestivalen with Crazy in Love, which finished fourth in the final. She also hosted the final of Melodifestivalen in 2005. Johnson is today one of the most successful artists in Sweden, with several gold and platinum records.
Johnson is from the small town of Ängelholm in the south western part of Sweden, but the surroundings and the media compare her with the biggest stars in the music business. By ...
Hasse "Kvinnaböske" Andersson is from northwest Skåne, southern Sweden. He became known in Sweden in 1982 with "Änglahund" (Angel buddy). After that he hosted several swedish television shows.
Other known songs made by him are "Skomagare Anton" (Shoemaker Anton), "Arrendatorns klagan" (Leaseholders complaint) & "Dans på Vejby ängar" (Dance on meadows of Vejby).
Many of his songs are inspired from the countryside of Skåne (south Sweden). His band is called "Kvinnaböske band" and a nickname for him is "Kvinnaböske". These are inspired from a little place where he had a farm when he became famous and he lived there for a long time. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA Licen...
Lena Philipsson (born Maria Magdalena Filipsson on January 19, 1966, in Vetlanda) is a Swedish singer and media personality. Her career started with the single Boy/You Open My Eyes in 1984 and with her Melodifestivalen entries Kärleken är evig in 1986, Dansa i neon in 1987, and Om igen in 1988. In the early 1990s her fame increased in Sweden, and she continued to release albums until 1997. In 2001, she had a stage comeback with the successful "Lena Philipsson Show," which was sold out for two and a half years around Sweden. In 2004, she entered Melodifestivalen for the fourth time as a solo artist, with the song Det gör ont composed by Thomas Eriksson (Orup). She won Melodifestivalen and represented Sweden at the 2004 Eurovision Song Con...