|Single by Ulrik Munther|
|from the album Ulrik Munther (2012 Version)|
|Songwriter(s)||Ulrik Munther |
|Ulrik Munther singles chronology|
"Soldiers" is a pop song released in 2012 by Swedish singer songwriter Ulrik Munther. He took part in Melodifestivalen 2012 on 11 February that year with the song, in a bid to represent Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The song finished third overall after Loreen won with "Euphoria" and Danny Saucedo was runner-up with "Amazing".
Boys Don't Cry may refer to:
Kungsbacka is a locality and the seat of Kungsbacka Municipality in Halland County, Sweden, with 19,057 inhabitants in 2010.
A soldier is a person who has enlisted with, or has been conscripted into, a country's armed forces.
Johan Åberg is a Swedish music producer, songwriter, and manager. In the late 1990s and early 2000s (decade), he wrote and produced several international hit songs with artists like Christina Aguilera and Cher. Aside from writing and producing music he was also the manager of, among others, Swedish singer/songwriter Ulrik Munther. Ulrik placed third in the Swedish qualifier for the Eurovision Song Contest, Melodifestivalen 2012, with the song "Soldiers" which Åberg co-wrote and co-produced.
Ulrik is a male name, a Scandinavian form of Ulrich. Ulrik may refer to:
Melodi Grand Prix Nordic 2009 was the fifth and final Nordic Melodi Grand Prix, a Scandinavian song contest for children. The contest was held on November 28, 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden, with Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden participating. Each country submitted two songs to participate in the first round with the top placing entry from each country proceeding to the super-final. The winner of MGP Nordic 2009 was host country Sweden's Ulrik Munther with "En vanlig dag".
Tony Nilsson is a Swedish singer-songwriter. He is signed to Peermusic. A prolific composer of songs, he has contributed to a string of hits by well-known Swedish artists. Many of his songs have featured in Melodifestivalen and in the Swedish Singles Chart. Nilsson lives with artist and fellow songwriter Mirja Breitholtz.
Sweden participated in and won the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The Swedish entry was selected through Melodifestivalen 2012, a national final format that consisted of four semi-finals, a second chance round and a final, organised by Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT). Loreen represented Sweden with the song "Euphoria", which qualified from the second semi-final and went on to win the contest in the final, scoring 372 points.
Jens Ulrik Munther is a Swedish singer-songwriter, actor and multi-instrumentalist signed to Universal Music Sweden. His debut studio album Ulrik Munther, was released on 24 August 2011 and peaked to number 1 in Sweden. His second studio album Rooftop, was released on 6 March 2013 and peaked to number 4 in Sweden.
Ulrik Munther is the self-titled debut studio album by Swedish singer-songwriter Ulrik Munther. It was released on 24 August 2011 in Sweden under the Universal Music record label and hit number one on the Swedish Albums Chart in its first week of release, staying at that position for one week. All of the songs were composed by Munther himself.
Caroline Costa Subtil, known professionally as Caroline Costa, is a French singer and TV presenter.
Sweden participated in and hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö after winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 with the song Euphoria performed by Loreen. The Swedish entry was selected through Melodifestivalen 2013, a national final format that consisted of four semi-finals, a second chance round and a final, organised by Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT). Robin Stjernberg represented Sweden with the song "You", which scored 62 points in the grand final and finished in 14th place.
Melodifestivalen 2013 was the Swedish music competition that selected the 53rd Swedish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. Robin Stjernberg's song "You" won the final, and became the first Second Chance song to win the Melodifestivalen final.
Rooftop is the second studio album from Swedish singer-songwriter Ulrik Munther released through Universal Music Sweden. Released on 6 March 2013 to coincide with his performance during Melodifestivalen 2013, it includes his rendition during the competition titled "Tell the World I'm Here" first performed on 23 February 2013 reaching the final stage of the competition finishing third in the finals held on 9 March 2013.
"Tell the World I'm Here" is a pop song released in 2013 by Swedish singer songwriter Ulrik Munther. He took part in Melodifestivalen 2013 on 9 March that year, in a bid to represent Sweden in Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. The song came third overall after Robin Stjernberg won with "You" and Yohio was runner-up with "Heartbreak Hotel".
Linnéa Mary Hansdotter Deb, known professionally as Linnea Deb, is a Swedish singer, songwriter and producer. She has worked with artists such as Fifth Harmony, JoJo, MiC Lowry and Akon.
Joy Neil Mitro Deb, is a Swedish songwriter and producer. He has worked with artists such as Fifth Harmony, JoJo, MiC Lowry and Akon.
The Here After is a 2015 Swedish drama film written and directed by Magnus von Horn. The film is a co-production between Sweden, Poland and France. It was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film, Best Director for Magnus von Horn and Best Supporting Actor for Mats Blomgren at the 51st Guldbagge Awards.
Allt jag ville säga is the third studio album from Swedish singer-songwriter Ulrik Munther released on Universal Music Sweden. The album was Munther's first with lyrics written in Swedish. He collaborated with Swedish novelist Jonas Gardell who wrote the lyrics, while Munther composed the music.
Rooftop primarily refers to:
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