Sonja Aldén

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Sonja Aldén
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Sonja Aldén (2013)
Background information
Born (1977-12-20) 20 December 1977 (age 37)
Origin St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Genres Pop , Schlager
Occupation(s) Singer

Sonja Aldén (born 20 December 1977 in St Albans, England) is a Swedish singer[1] mostly famous for her 2006, 2007 and 2012 Melodifestivalen entries, and for working togetherh with Shirley Clamp and Sanna Nielsen, as well as her songwriting for other artists. For example the hard rock/heavy metal band The Poodles, who also participated in the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2006 with the song Night of Passion. As a student she attended the Adolf Fredrik's Music School in Stockholm.[2]

Sonja Aldén at Melodifestivalen[edit]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Peak Position Certifications
SWE
[3]
2007 Till dig 2
2008 Under mitt tak 3
2012 I gränslandet 12
2013 I andlighetens rum 4
2014 Jul i andlighetens rum 6

Joint albums[edit]

Title Details Peak positions Certifications
SWE
[4]
Our Christmas
Sanna, Shirley & Sonja)
  • First joint album
  • Released: November 2008
1
  • SWE: Platinum
Vår jul
Sanna, Shirley & Sonja)
  • Second joint album
  • Released: November 2010
6

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak Position Album
SWE
[3]
2006 "Etymon"
(credited as Sonya)
35
2007 "För att du finns" 3
"Här står jag" 16
2008 "Nån som du" 29
"Du får inte" 17
as Sanna, Shirley, Sonja
Year Single Peak Position Album
SWE
[3]
2008 "All I Want For Christmas" 39 Our Christmas
"My Grown Up Christmas List" 41

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs
  2. ^ Lasse Granestrand (23 August 2009). "Sonja Aldén: ”Låten satt direkt. Det var som ett övernaturligt flöde.”". Dagens Nyheter (Swedish daily newspaper). Retrieved 11 October 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c SwedishCharts.com: Sonja Aldén page
  4. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography Sanna Nielsen". Swedish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). 

External links[edit]

Media related to Sonja Aldén at Wikimedia Commons