Swe-Danes

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Alice Babs in The Swe-Danes in 1961, with Svend Asmussen to the left and Ulrik Neumann to the right.

Swe-Danes, 1958–1962, Danish-Swedish jazz and entertainment trio (music, comedy, dance) consisting of Svend Asmussen (violin), Ulrik Neumann (guitar and occasionally vocals) and Alice Babs (singing).

Swe-Danes participated in the revue "Evergreens" in Stockholm and raised international attention. In 1958-1961 they showed up in the big scenes in Scandinavian, England and Germany as well as in the United States, among other at Coconut Grove in Los Angeles. In 1961 they appeared on The Dinah Shore Chevy Show hosted by Dinah Shore. In the episode, "Dinah Travels to Denmark", Dinah duets with Alice on "Sittin' On Top of the World".

Popular records are Scandinavian Shuffle (1960) and Swe-Danes på Berns (1961). The Trio was dissolved in 1962.