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Roger Pontare

Roger Pontare
Roger Pontare
Background information
Birth name Roger Johansson
Born (1951-10-17)17 October 1951
Slagnäs,  Sweden
Genres Folk pop
Schlager
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1976-

Fred Roger Pontare (born Johansson 17 October 1951 in Slagnäs, Arjeplog Municipality, Sweden) is a Swedish musician.[1] He currently lives in Vingåker, Södermanland County.

He represented Sweden twice in the Eurovision Song Contest, in 1994 (duet with Marie Bergman) with "Stjärnorna" and in 2000 with "When Spirits Are Calling My Name", placing 13th and 7th, respectively.

Roger Pontare is father to Viktor and Vincent Pontare.

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • Albums 1.1
    • Singles 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

Albums

  • 1995: Sinatrafied
  • 1995: Julens sånger
  • 1999: Som av Is
  • 2000: När vindarna viskar mitt namn
  • 2000: When Spirits Are Calling My Name
  • 2000: I vargens spår
  • 2002: Den stora friheten
  • 2006: Från Stjärnorna till Silverland
  • 2011: Mitt vinterland

Singles

  • 1988: Christmastime is Here Again
  • 1990 Silverbarn
  • 1994: "Stjärnorna" (Roger Pontare & Marie Bergman) (13th in Eurovision Song Contest 1994)
  • 1999: Som av Is
  • 1999: Cold as Ice
  • 2000: När vindarna viskar mitt namn
  • 2000: When Spirits Are Calling My Name
  • 2006 "Silverland" (Melodifestivalen 2006)

References

  1. ^ Discogs: Roger Pontare, accessed 2010-06-20

External links

Preceded by
Charlotte Nilsson
with "Take Me to Your Heaven"
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
2000
Succeeded by
Friends
with "Listen To Your Heartbeat"
Preceded by
Arvingarna
with "Eloise"
Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest
(with Marie Bergman)
1994
Succeeded by
Jan Johansen
with "Se på mej"


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