Singer in the Swedish pop group The Cardigans.
Swedish hardcore rockers from Gothenburg with a kickin' stage show.
Monty Alexander (b. 1944). Jamaican pianist who's played with everyone from Frank Sinatra to Sly & Robbie by way of top names such as Ray Brown, Dizzy Gillespie and Clark Terry.
Swedish soulpop singer who've made quite an impact nationally in Sweden.
Drummer with Miles Davis and Chick Corea, among many others.
Swedish director who's made movies like Executive Protection, Zero Tolerance and Russian Terminator.
Editor-in-chief at Swedish music magazine OKEJ and one of Sweden's first real music journalists.
Swedish pianist with a flamboyant style of playing.
Young swedish soul/hiphop-singer with a good voice and impressive writing chops.
Swedish popgroup with added flavors of electro and drum'n'bass. Used to be signed to Madonna's label Maverick.
Swedish sounddesigner and inventor of loudspeakers.
Singer from the UK with more than a few hits on the European club circuit.
Swedish pianist with an international reputation and a beloved TV-personality on Swedish television.
American drummer who's worked with the top names within jazz.
American saxophonist who's worked with the "Who's who" of jazz and fusion. Also known as the "Iceman".
Swedish trumpeter who became a favorite of Dizzy Gillespie and headed the Swedish Jazz Radio for more than 20 years.
American blues guitarist and one of the genres biggest stars.
Swedish popgroup with hit singles around the globe.
Danish singer on the border between pop and jazz.
Swedish record producer and sound engineer who's worked with most of the Swedish pop and rock elite.