Håkan Hellström

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Håkan Hellström
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Background information
Born (1974-04-02) 2 April 1974 (age 40)
Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Pop
Soul
Folk pop
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1991-present
Labels TheifMusic
Associated acts Broder Daniel
Website http://www.hakanhellstrom.com/

Håkan Hellström (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈhoːkan ˈhɛlˌstrœm]; born 2 April 1974) is a Swedish musician. He got his Swedish breakthrough in the year 2000 with the song "Känn ingen sorg för mig Göteborg" ("Shed no tears for me, Gothenburg"). In 2005, Hellström released his fourth album, Nåt gammalt, nåt nytt, nåt lånat, nåt blått (literally: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue), which is a collection of old material that never made it onto any of his albums, a few new songs and covers. In 2006, following the birth of his son, he announced that he would take a break from touring and recording.[1] Despite this, he still performed occasional gigs. Since then he has released his fifth album För sent för Edelweiss (Too Late for Edelweiss).

Hellström played drums in the Swedish indie pop band Broder Daniel between 1988 and 1994, then briefly for Swedish alternative rock band Honey Is Cool. In 1997 he rejoined Broder Daniel to play the bass, until 2003 when he left the band again to focus completely on his solo career.

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  1. ^ Jonna Sima (26 December 2005). "Hellström: Barn var enda vägen" (in Swedish). Aftonbladet. Retrieved 2010-10-18. 

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