Stefan Borsch

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Stefan Borsch
Born (1947-01-19) 19 January 1947 (age 70)
Hagfors,  Sweden
Genres Dansband music, Schlager
Occupation(s) Singer, musician
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Vikingarna, Stefan Borsch orkester

Stefan Borsch, born 19 January 1947 in Hagfors, Sweden, is a Swedish dansband singer.[1] At first, he sang for Swedish dansband Öijwinds, and from 1973 for the dansband Vikingarna, which he left in 1979. After this, he began a solo career. He participated at the Swedish Melodifestivalen 1985 with the song "Sjung din sång", which was knocked out in the first round. In parallel to his solo albums he also sang with Anders Engbergs until 1988. The upcoming year he began appearing together with Spotlight, later appearing under the name Stefan Borsch orkester releasing albums until the 1993 band breakup. Between 11 February 1995 and 4 December 1999 he was a member of Keith Elwins orkester.[2] before ending his musical carrier in 1999

On 3 July 2004, he made an appearance in the Arvika Park together with Vikingarna during the band's final appearance.

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