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Marie Helen Sjöholm (born 10 July 1970) is a Swedish singer who lives in Gamla Enskede in Stockholm. Sjöholm started to sing in choirs at an early age and by the end of the '80s she toured with the group "Just For Fun". Among thousands of others she got the part of Kristina in Kristina från Duvemåla, which was played from 1995 to 1999. Her musical career continued with parts in Fiddler on the Roof, Les Misérables and the role of Florence in Chess. Sjöholm has also toured with Jojje Wadenius and she has released two albums, "Visor" in 2002 and "Genom varje andetag" in 2003. She's taken part in Rhapsody in Rock, Speldosa with Björn Skifs and the popular Swedish tv-shows "Allsång på Skansen" and "Så ska det låta". Sjöholm sings mostly Swedi...
At age nineteen Timo Räisänen knew music was to be the centre of his life. He started out playing with Håkan Hellström and producing and recording music with Her Majesty. He did, however, always know that he was to go solo.
His first album Lovers are Lonely, recorded in a summer cottage outside of Gothenburg, includes the singles Lovers are Lonely and Pussycat. One year later, in March 2006, it was followed by a second album, I'm Indian, with the singles Fear no Darkness, Promised Child and Let's Kill Ourselves a Son.
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Jennifer Brown (born February 18, 1972) is a Swedish singer. She was born in Hjällbo, north eastern of Gothenburg. The single "Tuesday Afternoon" was a hit single in Scandinavia, and reached #57 in the UK Singles Chart. The album, Vera, also sold well there. Her work is perhaps best known, however, through the highly successful cover of her song "Alive" by trance artist Paul van Dyk, which became a top 20 hit across Europe in 2000.
She has recorded four albums to date. Her album titles are Giving You The Best (1994), In My Garden (1998), Vera (1999) and Home (2003).
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