Here are 11 famous musicians from Sweden died at 57:
Tage Danielsson (February 5, 1928 Linköping-October 13, 1985 Stockholm) also known as Danielsson, Tage or Tage Ivar Roland Danielsson was a Swedish writer, comedian, poet, film director, actor, author, screenwriter and television director. He had two children, Patrik Danielsson and Jesper Danielsson.
His albums: Lindeman 30 år.
He died in skin cancer.
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Andres Küng (September 13, 1945 Sweden-December 10, 2002) also known as Andres Kung was a Swedish writer, politician and journalist.
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Erik Lindegren (August 5, 1910 Luleå-May 31, 1968 Stockholm) was a Swedish writer.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Arne Nyberg (June 20, 1913 Säffle Municipality-August 12, 1970) was a Swedish personality.
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Gunnar Rönström (January 25, 1884-July 5, 1941) was a Swedish personality.
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Olof Swartz (September 21, 1760 Norrköping-September 19, 1818 Stockholm) was a Swedish botanist.
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Magdalena Rudenschöld (January 1, 1766 Sweden-March 5, 1823 Stockholm) was a Swedish personality.
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Christer Pettersson (April 23, 1947 Solna Municipality-September 29, 2004 Solna Municipality) was a Swedish personality.
He died as a result of cerebral hemorrhage.
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Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt (March 31, 1757 Marttila-August 19, 1814 Tsarskoye Selo) was a Swedish politician.
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August Blanche (September 17, 1811 Stockholm-November 30, 1868) was a Swedish writer, politician and journalist.
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Gustaf Adolf Reuterholm (July 7, 1756 Finland-December 27, 1813 Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein) was a Swedish personality.
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