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Rock of 80s

Joacim Cans

Kee Marcello

Kee Marcello (born Kjell Hilding Lövbom on February 20, 1960, in Ludvika, Sweden) is a Swedish musician, best known as the former guitarist in the hard rock band Europe. He is currently pursuing his solo project Kee Marcello's K2 and is also a member of the glam rock act Easy Action.

Throughout the years, Marcello played in various bands such as Stetson Cody Group, Norbom Hilke and Noice, before he formed Easy Action in 1983. They released two albums, Easy Action and That Makes One, before Marcello left the band in November 1986 to join Europe, replacing their original guitarist John Norum. Marcello had previously collaborated with Europe vocalist Joey Tempest on the single "Give A Helpin' Hand" for the charity project Swedish...

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Jessica Andersson

Jessica Andersson (born 27 October 1973 in Västergötland) is a Swedish singer. She participated in the television show Fame Factory in 2002 and later formed the group Fame with the show's winner Magnus Bäcklund. Fame won Melodifestivalen 2003 and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest with Give me your love. They finished in fifth place. In 2004, Fame finished sixth in Melodifestivalen with Vindarna vänder oss. Jessica Andersson participated in Melodifestivalen as a solo artist in 2006 and 2007; neither Kalla nätter nor Kom reached the final. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.


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Peter Johansson

Peter Johansson (born August 22, 1977, in Norrköping, Sweden) is a Swedish singer, guitarist, dancer and musical artist. He was educated at School of musical theatre, Bjärnum and Ballet Academy, conservatory of musical theatre, Gothenburg, Sweden.

He has participated in the German production of Saturday Night Fever in Cologne, Germany in 2001–2002 and A Chorus Line at the Gothenburg Opera, Sweden, in 2002–2003.

From April 2003 to September 2007 Peter Johansson performed in the Queen musical We Will Rock You in West End, London. From June 2005 he made the leading role Galileo. On leaving the show he was given a gold disc and a special We Will Rock You guitar – a variation of the Queen guitarist Brian May’s Red Specia...

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Bruno Mitsogiannis