Titti Sjöblom

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Titti Sjöblom
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Sjöblom in 2015
Background information
Birth nameTitti Sigrid Renée Eliasson Sjöblom
Born (1949-08-29) 29 August 1949 (age 72)
Stockholm, Sweden
Years active1951–present [1]
Musical career

Titti Sigrid Renée Eliasson Sjöblom [2] (born 29 August 1949) is a Swedish pop singer. She is the daughter of singer Alice Babs and director Nils Ivar Sjöblom.[ citation needed ] She participated at Melodifestivalen 1974 with the song "Fröken Ur-sång", ending up in fourth place. Her first dinner shows and folk park tours occurred Charlie Norman and Lennie Norman during the mid-1970s.




  1. "Titti Sjöblom". seaflowermusic.se. Sea Flower Music. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  2. Titti Sigrid Renée Eliasson Sjöblom

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