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Östen med Resten (Östen and the rest) is a musical group from the Hälsingland province (Sweden) that plays acoustic music. The musical roots is found in the Swedish folk music.
The group was formed in 1985. It was Lasse Berghagen that gave them the name Östen med Resten, which was a variation for Östen Warnerbring's nickname Östen med rösten (Östen with the voice). Östen med Resten got national fame when they got to lead SVT:s café show from the city Sundsvall in the beginning of the 1990's.
The members are: Jens Kristensen, Östen Eriksson, Staffan Lindfors and Gunnar Morén.
Ex-members: Nisse Damberg (violin), Peppe Lindholm (drums) och Bengt Jansson (accordion).
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Nick Borgen (full name Nils Thore Borgen, born 5 January 1952 in Andenes) is a Norwegian singer, musician, composer and music producer. He has competed several times in the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix with the following songs:
1984 - La Musikken Leve - (5th place) - written with Eva Jansen
1984 - Dine Øyne - (8th place) - written with Eva Jansen and performed by Ina Tangerud
1989 - Vinger Over Europa - (4th place) - written with Arve Sigvaldsen and performed by Rune Rudberg
1990 - Ciao Amore - (6th place) - written solo and performed by Bente Lind
1990 - Varme Overalt - (6th place) - written with Rune Rudberg and performed by Rune solo
He also performed the song "We Are All The Winners" in the Swedish ...
The Pacemakers were a late-1960s American funk group that consisted of bassist William "Bootsy" Collins, his older brother Phelps "Catfish" Collins on guitar, Philippé Wynne on vocals, and drummer Will Jackson (later replaced by Frankie "Kash" Waddy).
The Pacemakers were little-known outside Cincinnati, Ohio, until 1969. After most of James Brown's band quit over a pay dispute, The Pacemakers were hired in 1970 as replacements. They formed the cornerstone of Brown's new backup band, The J.B.'s. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.