Johan Bobäck

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Johan Bobäck also known as "Kermit" (b. April 1972 (1972-04)) is a record producer and songwriter from Sweden. "Kermit" has written and produced songs for many artists like Garou, Chris Norman, Darin, Troy This, Jeanette Biedermann (Undress to the Beat), Linda Sundblad, Play, Ola Svensson, Elin Lanto etc. He also wrote and produced two songs ("Into the Nightlife" and "Echo"[1]) with Cyndi Lauper and Peer Åström for Lauper's, Grammy Nominated, 2008 album Bring Ya to the Brink. Both songs became singles. Linda Sundblads new single "2 all my girls" and Darins new single "Viva la vida" by Coldplay are both produced by Kermit. He is also involved, both as writer and producer, in Linda Sundblads upcoming album "Manifest" to be released in early 2010. Johan "Kermit" Bobäck has recently done music for the Golden Globe winning TV show "Glee" by Fox. In 2011 the song "1000 ships" with Rachel Platten appeared in the TV show Grey´s anatomy. His latest songs as a writer and producer would be "I´m in love" and "One day" with Ola.

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  1. ^ Liss, Sarah (2 June 2008). "She's still unusual". CBC.ca. Retrieved 3 July 2010.