Top Cats

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Top Cats
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Background information
Origin Sweden
Genres Rockabilly
Years active 2001-present

Jon Kleppenes (2001–)
Fredrik Lilja (2001-)
Robert Jansson (2004–)
Martin Lindahl (2007–)
Olle Sätterström (2011-)

Erica Larsson (2011–)
Sandra Zackrisson (2011–)
Past members Daniel Kjellberg (2001–2004)
Henrik Törnevik (2001–2007)
Patrik Pantzar (2001–?)

Top Cats is a Swedish rockabilly band formed in 2001. The earliest line-up was made up of Jon Kleppenes (as lead singer), Daniel Kjellberg (drummer), Henrik Törnevik (contrabass), Fredrik Lilja (guitar), Olle Sätterström (guitar, trumpet, piano), Erica Larsson and Sandra Zackrisson (both backing vocals). When in 2004 drummer Daniel Kjellberg left, he was replaced by Robert Jansson. In 2007, contrebassist Henrik Törnevik left and was replaced by Martin Lindahl.

The band took part in Melodifestivalen 2012 with "Baby Doll" written by Mårten Eriksson, Lina Eriksson and Susie Päivärinta and made it to the final after winning a spot from the "second chance" round alongside Thorsten Flinck & Revolutionsorkestern.[1] In the final they finished in sixth place.



Year Song Peak Certification Notes
2011 Heartache 2
2012 No More Heartache 12
2013 Smashing to the Ground 1
2015 Kick Down 18


Year Song Peak Certification Album
2012 "Baby Doll" 20


  1. ^ "Top Cats och Flinck till Globen". Svenska Dagbladet. Retrieved 10 March 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Top Cats Discography

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