Ankie Bagger

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Ann-Christin Bagger
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Ankie Bagger in 2008
Background information
Born (1964-09-30) 30 September 1964 (age 49)
Origin Sweden
Genres Disco, pop
Occupations Singer

Ann-Christin "Ankie" Bagger, born 30 September 1964, is a Swedish disco/pop musician and singer[1] who first garnered attention in 1988 with her cover of Herreys' "Varje liten droppe regn" as "People Say It's in the Air." She is one of the solo artists that benefited from the works of Swedish hit composer/producer trio Norell Oson Bard.

Album discography[edit]

Singles discography[edit]

  • "People Say It's in the Air" (1988)
  • "I Was Made for Lovin' You" (1989)
  • "Where Were You Last Night" (1989)
  • "Love Really Hurts Without You" (1990)
  • "Fire and Rain" (1990)
  • "Happy, Happy Year for Us All" (With The Sylvesters) (1990)
  • "If You're Alone Tonight" (1991)
  • "Every Day Every Hour" (1992)
  • "Bang Bang" (1993)
  • "Where Is Love?" (1993)
  • "The Way I Dream About You" (1993)
  • "You Can't Buy My Love" (2009)
  • "Because It's Christmas" (2011)
  • "Du kan inte lura mig" (Peter Gustafson feat. Ankie Bagger)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs: Ankie Bagger, accessed 2010-05-18
  2. ^ "Ankie Bagger - Where Were You Last Night", swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 23 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Ankie Bagger From the Heart", swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 23 February 2014.