Dan Stråhed

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Dan Stråhed (born June 12, 1956 in the Kirseberg district in Malmö ) is a Swedish singer and songwriter .

At the age of 16 Dan Stråhed (vocals and keyboards) founded the band The Chinox with his brother Bo Stråhed, Allan Dittrich, Kent Kruse and Henri Saffer . After eight years with The Chinox, Dan Stråhed founded the pop band Änglabarn , which in 1981 released the LP "Sista skriket". The band was successful and was signed to support Queen .

After a short break, Dan Stråhed was hired as a singer for the Dansband Wizex , in which he stayed for 13 years. In 1996 he decided to pursue a solo career, his debut album Solosång was successful with the song La de leva , which was placed in the Svensktoppen from 1998-1999 .


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