Eva Eastwood

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Eva Eastwood
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Background information
Birth name Eva Östlund
Born (1967-09-25) 25 September 1967 (age 51)
Örebro, Sweden
Genres Rockabilly, Rock'n'Roll
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts Eva Eastwood and the Major Keys
Website www.evaeastwood.se

Eva Östlund, better known by her stage name Eva Eastwood (born in Örebro, Sweden, on 25 September 1967), is a Swedish songwriter and singer who sings rockabilly and rock'n'roll songs.

Although she was offered a contract in the United States in 1997, she chose to go back home and soon after formed the band The Major Keys and made releases crediting Eva Eastwood and the Major Keys through the small Tail Records label based in Jönköping

In 2005, she took part in Allsång på Skansen, a sing-along TV show from Skansen performing "Vårt liv i repris" from her album En ny stil i stan proving to be a turning point in her career. Eva won the Millencolin Music Prize 2010 becoming the first woman to do so. In 2011, she returned to the same stage singing the title track "Lyckost" from her similarly named album.

As a songwriter, she has composed over 800 songs, including the likes of The Boppers, Linda Gail Lewis, Lalla Hansson, Berth Idoffs, Jerry Williams and Larz-Kristerz.



  • 1999: Good Things Can Happen
  • 2001: The Good Life I Have
  • 2001: Hot Chicks & Cool Cats
  • 2003: Roots Revival
Year Album title Peak chart positions Certifications
2005 En ny stil i stan
(Eva Eastwood and The Major Keys)
2006 Ton of Heart 29
2008 Well Well Well 2
2009 The Beat Goes On 6
2009 Lyckost 2
2012 Åh, vilken skiva!
(Eva Eastwood and The Major Keys)
2016 Min Melodi 11
2017 Det bästa 2006–2016 25


Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
2008 "My My My" 22 Well Well Well


  1. ^ a b "Eva Eastwood - Swedish Charts". swedishcharts.com/ Hung Medien.
  2. ^ "Sverigetopplistan - Sveriges Officiella Topplista". Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 18 March 2017. Click on "Veckans albumlista".

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