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Darin (born Darin Zanyar, June 2, 1987 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish pop singer and songwriter of Kurdish descent and one of Sweden's best-selling artists, with numerous chart topping songs and music albums.
After participating in Idol 2004, Darin released his debut album "The Anthem" having reached second place in the competition and becoming number one in the hearts of many girls and boys. The album quickly reached the tops of the charts, along with his debut single "Money for nothing".
Darin has released 6 albums, (one independent), 4 of which have debuted at number 1 on the Swedish Album charts. He has 12 top 10 singles on the Swedish singles chart, 3 reaching number 1. He is currently the third most succes...
Joel Alme (1980) is a pop singer from Gothenburg, Sweden but currently residing in Stockholm.
Alme released his debut album A Master of Ceremonies on April 22, 2008 with "Queen's Corner" being the single. In 2010 he released his second studio album called Waiting for the Bells. He is the former lead singer for Spring in Paris.
When Alme received grant money from the Swedish Arts Council (Kulturrådet) for his second album Waiting for the Bells he said, “it enabled me to use a real strings orchestra and I could spend more time in a very good studio with a good producer, Mattias Glavå.”
In 2015 Joel released his first album in swedish, called Flyktligan
A Master Of Ceremon...
Magnus Carlson, born 1968 in Stockholm, is a Swedish singer and songwriter. He is a member of the group Weeping Willows.
He has also released some solo albums, and got attention with his songs "Elin" and "Jag ber dig" (Beggin', Swedish version of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons' original).
(Not to be confused with Alcazar member Magnus Carlsson, with a different spelling of his last name.) Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.