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Agnetha Fltskog Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018
She realized success in Sweden after the launch of her debut record “Agnetha Fltskog” in 1968, and attained international stardom as an associate of the pop group ABBA, which has sold over 370 million albums and singles worldwide, making them among the top–selling music artists in history as well as the second or third best–selling band ever. Considering that the breakup of ABBA, Fltskog has continued to get success as a solo artist, albeit interspersed by intervals of comparative record inactivity.
Fltskog additionally recorded the Swedish Christmas record Nu tndas tusen juleljus with daughter Linda Ulvaeus which peaked at number 6 on the Swedish record sales chart in December 1981. Chartwise Fltskog was the most successful solo artist of the four ABBA members, both before and throughout the group’s international career, though both Bjrn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson reached a comparably high profile inside the Hootenanny Singers and Hep Stars, their various non-ABBA groups. Fltskog participated in Melodifestivalen again, albeit just as a composer. In 1981, she composed the ballad “Men Natten r Vr” (“But the Night Is Ours”) with lyrics by Ingela Forsman, but instead of performing the tune in the competition herself, she picked new talent Kicki Moberg. The tune set 9th out of 10. The single, which Fltskog made in the Polar Studios using the exact same musicians as on current ABBA records, was backed using the Swedish variant of “I am Still Alive”, entitled “Hr r Mitt Liv” (“Here Is My Life”), a tune which she herself had performed in its English version (lyrics by ex-husband Bjrn Ulvaeus) during ABBA’s 1979 world tour. Moberg’s record of the tune stays the sole variant to have been formally released to date.