Anni Frid Lyngstad 80s

Frida (b. 1945), also known as Anni-Frid Lyngstad, is a female vocalist famous as part of the Swedish pop group ABBA. Norwegian by birth, she began working as a solo artist in Sweden while still in her teens and rose to mainstream success there when she won the Swedish national talent competition, "New Faces", arranged by record company EMI in 1967. She took up her solo career once more immediately after the ABBA split, releasing her Phil Collins-produced album Something's Going On in 1982. (Read more on Wikipedia)

Links to Peel

See ABBA. No particular links as a solo artist. Her first post-ABBA album Something's Going On was produced by Phil Collins of former Peel session group Genesis. Collins also contributed backing vocals and played drums and percussion on the album

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