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Swedish pop singer Little Jinder (Astrid Maria Josefine Jinder, née Stove), born February 20, 1988 in Skarpnäcks, Stockholm County.
Daughter of Bjorn Stove and Åsa Jinder (performer and nyckelharpist, youngest national musician of all time on the nyckelharpa) She lived in London during the study at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (one of the best performing arts schools in the world, co-founded by Lead Patron Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty)
Little Jinder has met with great success and has become one of the most famous Swedish artists in 2015. Her self-titled album from 2014 was awarded a Grammy for Best Pop and she has been hailed as a producer and songwriter. Little Jinder has played at the ...
Deportees are a Swedish band from Vindeln and Umeå, formed in 2003, consisting of brothers Peder Stenberg (vocals) and Anders Stenberg (guitar), in addition to Thomas Hedlund (drummer) and Mattias Lidström (keyboard).
The debut single Arrest Me 'til it Hurts, a peculiar song with influences of pop, funk, country music and Prince. The single generated considerable interest among the public and critics and was followed by the first full length CD All Prayed Up in 2004. The album was nominated for two Swedish Grammies, for Best new artist and Best pop group.
The band toured Sweden, United States, the UK and Ireland. In 2006, for their second album Damaged Goods, they cooperated with producers Pelle Gunnerfeldt and Björ...
Nicole Sabouné (b. 23 May 1991, Amanda Marina Nicole Sabouné in Sölvesborg, Sweden). After three singles, her début album is Must Exist (15 Jan 2014, King Island / Roxy), which has 1970s / 1980s rock / punk influences.
Sabouné reached the semifinals of The Voice Sverige, 2012 (a The Voice franchise), with Ola Salo as her coach. She writes music with Salo and Niklas Stenemo.
She toured Must Exist in Sweden.
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Behind the name The Tallest Man On Earth is Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson (born April 30, 1983). He was formerly the front man in Montezumas.
He has released several full length albums, the first entitled Shallow Grave and the second entitled The Wild Hunt. His album, Dark Bird Is Home, was released May 12th 2015 via Dead Oceans. He has also released a self-titled 5-track EP on the Swedish label Gravitation, as well as a second 5-track EP entitled Sometimes The Blues Is Just a Passing Bird released on Dead Oceans.
The Tallest Man On Earth is known for his raw voice. His raw vocal style and folk-based musical style is sometimes compared to that of Bob Dylan. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text ...