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Tjejer is a slang term for "girls" in Swedish and may refer to:

Drifters (Swedish band) Swedish dansband

Drifters are a Swedish dansband from Skövde that was formed in 1962 and has won many prizes. They are signed to the Lionheart International record label.

Tjejer is a 1994 album from Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna.

<i>Ett hus med många rum</i> 1997 studio album by Kikki Danielssons orkester

Ett hus med många rum is a studio album from Swedish dansband Kikki Danielssons orkester, formerly known as Kikki Danielsson & Roosarna. It was released in November 1997.

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Melodifestivalen 2005 was the selection for the 45th song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 44th time that this system of picking a song had been used. Five semifinals had taken place to select the ten songs for the final, in Gothenburg, Linköping, Skellefteå, Växjö and a Second Chance round in Stockholm. The final was broadcast on SVT1 and Sveriges Radio's P4 network. Nanne Grönvall's defeat was met with consternation by many people, who felt that a gap of over 150,000 votes should be enough for victory. There were even calls for SVT to scrap the jury system altogether and simply let the televotes decide the winner. For a comparison, it was noted that Grönvall had received more votes than Lena Philipsson, the popular 2004 winner. However, SVT said that there was nothing they could do about the result. Four finalists topped the Swedish charts. Alcazar and Alcastar got to number one the week before the final, Jimmy Jansson got to the number one some weeks after that with Vi kan gunga, Martin Stenmarck's winner Las Vegas hit the top spot the week after that, while Nanne Grönvall and Håll om mig topped the charts the week after that.

Lasse Holm Swedish songwriter

Lars-Eric Gustav "Lasse" Holm is known as a Swedish composer, lyricist and singer of pop music and with a career spanning several decades.

<i>Världens bästa lotta</i> 2006 compilation album by Lotta Engberg

Världens bästa lotta was released on March 22, 2006 and is an album from the Swedish dansband and pop singer Lotta Engberg. It is a double CD collection of some of her hits throughout the years. Some of the songs on the record are performed by her as a solo artist, others together with the bands Lotta & Anders Engbergs Orkester and Lotta Engbergs.

Tjejer & snubbar, also known as Tjejer & snubbar, kärringar & gubbar, was released in March 1999 and is a studio album from Swedish dansband Lotta Engbergs. The album peaked at #50 at the Swedish album chart.

Dansband, or danseband in Norwegian and Danish, is a Swedish term for a band that plays dansbandsmusik. Dansbandsmusik is often danced to in pairs. Jitterbug and foxtrot music are often included in this category. The music is primarily inspired by swing, schlager, country, jazz, and rock. The main influence for rock-oriented bands is the rock music of the 1950s and 1960s.

<i>I mitt hjärta</i> 1999 compilation album by Kikki Danielsson

I mitt hjärta is a compilation album from Kikki Danielsson, released in Norway in 1999 and in Sweden in 2002. 12 of the songs were recorded with Roosarna between 1994-1997. The album also contains two tracks which were new back then, and "Jag trodde änglarna fanns" on this album were sung together with Norwegian dansband Ole Ivars, whose songwriter, bassist and second vocalist, William Kristoffersen, wrote them.

Arvingarna Swedish dansband

Arvingarna is a Swedish dansband, which was formed in 1989 and which competed in the Swedish Melodifestivalen in 1993, 1995, 1999, 2002 and 2019. In 1993 they won with the song '"Eloise" and represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, where the song finished 7th.

Eloise is a 1993 album from Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna. From the album, Arvingarna scored two Svensktoppen hit songs, Eloise and Angelina, both 1993.

"Eloise" is a song in Swedish, written by Gert Lengstrand and Lasse Holm, and performed by Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna when it won the Swedish Melodifestivalen 1993 and finished 7th in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993. Sweden had been one of the favourites to win Eurovision that year. Curt-Eric Holmquist was the conductor. The highest set of points, 10, came from Belgium, Austria and Israel, which totally gave 89 points, resulting in a seventh place.

Då & nu is a 1996 album from Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna.

Collection is a 2002 compilation album from Swedish "dansband" Arvingarna.

<i>Allting som ni gör kan jag göra bättre</i> 1987 studio album by Magnus Uggla

Allting som ni gör kan jag göra bättre is the eight studio album by the Swedish pop and rock artist Magnus Uggla. It was released in 1987. The album consists only of cover songs.

Sweden entered the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, held in Millstreet, Ireland.

Lilla Ann-Louise is a song written by Ebbe Nilsson and Acke Svensson, and released in 1974 as B-side for the single Har du nånsin, released under Sten Nilsson's solo artist name. As released under Sten & Stanley's name the song charted at Svensktoppen for eleven weeks between 12 May-21 July 1974. and it also appeared at the band's 1975 compilation album Sten & Stanleys bästa bitar.

Ett liv med dig is a 2007 album by Swedish band the Drifters. The album peaked at 31st position at the Swedish album chart.

This is the discography of Swedish pop singer Lotta Engberg.

Stora grabbars och tjejers märke is an honorary award within Swedish sports, created in 1928 by Bo Ekelund. The recipients are called a 'Stor Grabb' and has to gather a certain number of points according to different rules depending on the sport in question. The title is awarded in several different sports, such as ice hockey, football, athletics, free diving, miniature golf, and others. Since 1989, women can also gain the title, then called Stora tjejers märke, and the recipient is called a 'Stor tjej'.

Sweden participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT) organised the national final Melodifestivalen 2019 in order to select the Swedish entry for the 2019 contest in Tel Aviv, Israel. After a six-week-long competition consisting of four semi-finals, a Second Chance round and a final, "Too Late for Love" performed by John Lundvik emerged as the winner after achieving the highest score following the combination of votes from eight international juries and a public vote.