Tommy Nilsson

Tommy Nilsson (born March 11, 1960) is a Swedish rock singer and composer. Swedish critics state that he has one of the best voices of Sweden[citation needed].

In the late 70's, the artist was the singer of Swedish heavy metal band Horizont. The group released two albums but a French producer, Yves Accary, contacted Nilsson and signed him to a French record company. The singer enjoyed his first big hit in France in 1981 with the song No Way No How. The single sold one million copies and the album 200 000 copies. No Way No How, his first album, included disco tracks and ballads. A follow up LP Tommy Nilsson was released in 1982 and this time the songs were composed by Tommy Nilsson and Alex R Contanstinos. This was a rock album...

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Leopoldo Méndez Alcayaga is a Chilean DJ, singer and producer better knows as DJ Méndez or simply Méndez. He was born in Valparaiso, Chile in 1975. That’s where he began producing his music, which is a mixture of rap and Latin rhythms. Some of his songs like “Estocolmo”, show-through a Latin song the attitude and opinion of Latin American migrants to lands so different from theirs as the Scandinavian countries. He has two number-one hit singles in Chile, Fiesta (House Party) and Lady.

The emerging interest for the Latin American music in Europe was one factor in the acceptance and music like this Chilean market as closed as the Scandinavian market, which until recently were only local artists and popular English-speaking. Ménd...

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Ida Redig

Musically, Ida Redig joins a noble tradition of Swedish singer-songwriters, but in doing so she manages to find her own, unique expression. The lyrics are about how she lives her life, they are about love and how it can nurture personal growth when it comes from the right place. For all their emotional complexity, the songs are straightforward in their instrumental quality. Ida's voice beautifully complements the guitar and piano arrangements and the occasional strings add a nerve and a soulful depth to the songs. These are tunes for tears, almost cinematic in their moods and harmonies – but the message is one of hope, not of sadness. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; add...

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