Tragic death of Agnetha Fältskog at the age of 71

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 Agnetha Fältskog




Agnetha Åse Fältskog (/agˈneːtà ˈoːsə ˈfɛltskùːɡ/; born April 5, 1950 in Jönköping Sweden ) is a Swedish singer , member of the group ABBA , along with Björn Ulvaeus , Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad .

Biography 

He grows up in a family of musicians, coming to compose his first song at the age of 5 "Två små troll" ( Two little trolls ). At the age of 16 he began his career as an artist, and in 1967 (at the age of 17) he reached the top of the Svensktopper (Swedish chart), thanks to his own composition "Jag var så kär" (I was so in love). In 1972, she played Mary Magdalene in the Swedish version of the successful musical Jesuchrist Superstar .

On July 6, 1971 , Agnetha married Björn Ulvaeus, with whom she had two children, Linda and Christian. In 1978 Björn and Agnetha broke up, although they agreed to remain in ABBA , until three years later when the group broke up.

On December 15, 1990 , she remarried, with Tomas Sonnenfeld, whom she divorced three years later.

Agnetha in 1977 as a member of ABBA.

His solo albums are 1983 's Wrap Your Arms Around Me , from which his two hits "The Heat is On" and the title track were taken; in 1985 he released Eyes of a Woman , which includes "Just One Heart", "We Should Be Together", and "I Won't Let You Go" and its non-compact B-side, "You're There". " and the same thing happened with 'One Way Love' and its B-side "Turn The World Around" (also not part of the album). Then I Stand Alone ( 1987 ) from which the single "I Wasn't the one (Who Said Goodbye)" a duet with Peter Cetera and "If You Need Somebody Tonight",, in 2004 he released his work My Coloring Book . hits compilation by Agnetha and Frida (Anni-Frid) entitled The Voice of ABBA was sold in France in 1994 . In 2008 she appears in the promotion of the film Mamma Mia! in the company of the other three members of the group and the cast of the film, including Meryl Streep .

His last appearance was in January 2009 to collect the "Rockbjörnen" award on behalf of the group, going with Frida.

According to what is said in the history of ABBA, she has a very high voice, which is why she is considered a Soprano in popular music.

She has a phobia of journalists, which is why she is almost never seen in public, in addition to the aforementioned recording works, she has 17 albums in her native language (with some songs in English), the last one from 2004.

In Spanish, he had three songs: "Last time", "Ya never again" (a duet with Tomas Ledin) and "I was not the one who said goodbye" (a duet with Peter Cetera), which are the Spanish versions of the hits in English. from "The Last Time", "Never Again" (also with Tomas Ledin) and "I Wasn't the one (Who Said Goodbye)" (with Peter Cetera as well).

In March 2013, he released his new solo single "When you really loved someone", included in his new album A , released in May of the same year.