Ola Håkansson

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Ola Håkansson (born 24 March 1945)[1] is a Swedish singer, composer and producer. He is the founder and CEO of TEN Music Group, a Swedish independent record label. He also founded Stockholm Records, another record label and a subsidiary of UMG. In 2012 Ola started 100 SONGS, a record label focused on releasing singles.

Ola Håkansson was born in Stockholm. He was the singer of the band Ola and the Janglers and later Secret Service. In 1986 he recorded the duet "The Way You Are" with Agnetha Fältskog.

He was part of the songwriting trio Norell Oson Bard. In 1992, with Alexander Bard, Håkansson founded the independent record company Stockholm Records.

He has four sons, Andreas, Viktor, David, Ludvig, and a daughter, Linnéa Håkansson.[2]


  • Ola och Julia (1967) by Jan Halldoff


  1. ^ Ola Håkansson entry on IMDb. Retrieved 3 February 2010.
  2. ^ http://hd.se/familj/2005/03/23/ola_haakansson_60_aar_24_mars/ Ola Håkansson 60 år 24 mars, Published 23 March 2005, Retrieved 16 January 2012.

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