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Frida Öhrn + Lisa Ajax + Lisa Miskovsky + Tomas Andersson + Nasco Brothers + James Hollingworth + Patrik Isaksson + Simon Zion + Tomas Andersson Wij
Frida Öhrn was the lead singer of Oh Laura. She is now a vocalist in the group Cookies 'n' Beans Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Lisa Ajax (born 13 August, 1998 in Järfälla, Sweden) is a singer living in Stockholm, Sweden. Lisa competed in Lilla Melodifestivalen 2012 with her song Allt Som Jag Har, and won Swedish Idol on the 5th of December, 2014. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Lisa Miskovsky (born March 9, 1975 in Obbola near Umeå) is a Swedish musician.
Lisa Miskovsky quickly placed herself on the Swedish rock music charts with her debut album Lisa Miskovsky and single Driving one of your cars with Swedish releases in 2001. Following this release, she received two Swedish Rock Bear awards; one for Best Swedish Newcomer, and the other for Best Swedish Female Artist of the Year.
She followed up her musical success forcefully with the album Fallingwater, released in 2003, quickly climbing to the very number one spots of Swedish pop charts, even reaching platinum sales. The album's success came greatly from two of its songs Lady Stardust and Sing To Me which both became hits.
Tomas Andersson joined Ellen Allien's BPitch Control label as a bright new hope in techno, and his first BPitch release called "Rock Acid" was something of a summer club anthem in Germany. In 2005 he got a massive response with the release of "Washing Up" on BPitch, with a remix from Canadian superstar DJ Tiga: the playful, exuberant electro-rave track was named as the track of the year by many DJs and music journalists, and was later licensed by the UK's Skint label.
Tomas's debut album "Hem ljuva hem" was released under his Sven Andersson alter ego on UCMG's techno label Longhaul, and was a big UK hype-hit, with literally every UK dance music magazine calling his tracks "single of the month", "hit", and so forth.