Hasse Andersson

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Hasse Andersson
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Hasse Andersson in 2015
Background information
Birth nameHans Olle Lennart Andersson
Also known as"Kvinnaböske"
Born (1948-01-28) January 28, 1948 (age 73)
Malmö, Sweden
Genres country
Occupation(s)singer, songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1979–present
Labels Sonet
Slowfox
Associated acts Monica Forsberg, Kvinnaböske band, Kikki Danielsson
Website http://kvinnaboskemusik.se/om-hasse.html

Hans Olle Lennart Andersson (born 28 January 1948 in Malmö, Sweden) is a Swedish country singer and songwriter, whose albums had chart success in Sweden during the 1980s. [1]

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He took part in Melodifestivalen 2015 in a bid to represent Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with "Guld och gröna skogar". He came 3rd in semi-final 4, which took place on 28 February 2015 in Örebro, and qualified for the Second Chance round (Andra chansen) on 7 March 2015, where he dueled against Kristin Amparo. He won the duel and thus went to the final, where he finished 4th with at total of 78 points, of which 10 came from the international juries and the remaining 68 from the voters in Sweden.

On 30 September 2016, Sveriges Television (SVT) announced that Andersson will host all six shows of Melodifestivalen 2017 alongside Clara Henry and David Lindgren. [2]

Discography

Albums

YearAlbumPeak positionsCertification
SWE
[3]
1982Annat var det förr
(as Hasse & Kvinnaböske Band)
28
Änglahund
(as Hasse & Kvinnaböske Band)
7
1983Höstens sista blomma
(as Hasse & Kvinnaböske Band)
12
1984Med lånde låtar och vänner till hjälp
(as Hasse Andersson)
42
1985Höstens sista blomma
(as Hasse Andersson & Kvinnaböske Band)
35
1986Jul i kvinnaböske27
1987Mellan himmel och jord40
2002Änglahund – en samling14
2015Guld och gröna skogar1
Den bästa julen – En samling12
2016Det bästa10 [4]

Singles

YearSinglePeak positionsAlbum
SWE
[3]
2015"Guld och gröna skogar"3 Melodifestivalen 2015
Guld och gröna skogar

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References

  1. Swedish album chart
  2. Lindqvist, Anton (30 September 2016). "Clara Henry, David Lindgren och Hasse Andersson blir programledare för Melodifestivalen 2017". svt.se (in Swedish). Sveriges Television . Retrieved 30 September 2016.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. 1 2 "Hasse Andersson discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 6 March 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. http://www.sverigetopplistan.se/. Click on "Veckans albumlista".

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