Thomas Di Leva

Growing up in the medium-sized town of Gävle, Thomas Magnusson took on his mother's maiden name, Di Leva, thus creating one of Sweden's most peculiar stage personalities. Mixing an extremely flowery and theatrical stage show with smart and inventive pop, Di Leva soon won the hearts of critics. Musically, he borrowed airy synthesized harmonies from new age music, lyrical skill from singer/songwriters, and effective choruses from mainstream pop. But his new age-inspired message of kindness and universal love also spurred negative reactions, from people dismissing him as silly or fake to actual fights at concerts. Conservative religious groups also had a hard time accepting lyrics like "Everyone is Jesus". At the end of the '90s, his first ...

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Linda Pritchard

Talent, charisma and a whole lot of star quality are just a few words to describe singer Linda Pritchard. Her artistic story began in her early years, when, as she describes, basically started to sing before she could talk. What sounds like a phrase from an Abba song was actually the start of her future career.

During Linda's school years she focused on music and dance as she attended the famous Adolf Fredriks Music School and SWAY's three year long dance program.

Lindas first job in the music business was when she started working as a dancer and singer at the renowned Wallmans Salonger in Stockholm. She auditioned for Tess Merkel (Alcazar) who hired the artistic and talented girl right on the spot.


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Oscar Zia

Oscar Zia (born in Svedala, Sweden on 10 October 1996) is a Swedish of Italian origin.

He first appeared in the 2012 Swedish X Factor in the show's inaugural Swedish season auditioning with "With or Without You" from U2. He ended in the Final 12 in the "Boys under 25" category coached by the judge assigned for the category Ison Glasgow. He finished 8th overall between 12 final contestants.

In 2013, he was in the backing vocals alongside Loulou Lamotte in the Behrang Miri song "Jalla Dansa Sawa" performed at the Melodifestivalen 2013 in the Swedish selection process for Eurovision Song Contest 2012. Although the song failed to make it to the finals after a duel elimination round won by Anton Ewald and his song "Beggi...

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