Family Four were a Swedish pop group who recorded during the 1960s and 1970s. They were made up of Berdnt Öst, Marie Bergman, Agnetha Munther and Pierre Isacsson. They won Melodifestivalen twice, in 1971 with "Vita vidder" and in 1972 with "Härliga sommardag". They went on to represent Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest on these two occasions. They finished sixth in 1971 and 13th in 1972.
Mauro Scocco is a Swedish singer, songwriter and producer born in September 11th, 1962 in Stockholm. Scocco was the singer and central figure in pop group Ratata between 1980 and 1989 and has since then been a popular and successful solo artist.
Lisa Karolina Nilsson (born August 13, 1970, in Tyresö) is a Swedish singer. She is perhaps best known in Scandinavia for her 1992 hit, "Himlen Runt Hörnet", produced by Mauro Scocco and Johan Ekelund.
Tommy Körberg (born July 4, 1948) is a Swedish singer and actor. English-speaking audiences know him best for his role in the Benny Andersson–Björn Ulvaeus–Tim Rice musical Chess. He was the first to play the role of "The Russian" on the 1984 concept album Chess, and performed the same role on stage in the 1986 world premiere production in London.
Bo Kaspers orkester is a Swedish jazz-rock band formed in 1991 consisting of Bo Sundström, Fredrik Dahl, Michael Malmgren and Mats Schubert. Bo Sundström calls himself Bo Kasper while playing with the band, but uses his normal name for his solo project.