Mirja Breitholtz

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Mirja Breitholtz is a Swedish songwriter and producer. She has also taken some television roles. She is living with artist and fellow songwriter Tony Nilsson. [1]


A composer of songs. she has contributed to a string of hits by well-known Swedish artists. Many of her songs have featured in Melodifestivalen [2] and in Swedish Singles Chart. She's also part of the producer duo 528 (together with Tony Nilsson) 528 writes mainly music to Film and TV Mirja is also the co-owner of the independent record label Hurdy Gurdy Noise



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