Here are 24 famous musicians from Sweden died before 35:
Stefan Liv (December 21, 1980 Gdynia-September 7, 2011 Yaroslavl) was a Swedish ice hockey player. His children are called Harry Liv and Herman Liv.
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Inday Ba (August 10, 1972 Gothenburg-April 20, 2005 London) otherwise known as N'Deye Ba, N'Deaye Ba or N'Deaye Baa-Clements was a Swedish actor.
She died in systemic lupus erythematosus.
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Märta Torén (May 21, 1925 Stockholm-February 19, 1957 Stockholm) also known as Marta Toren or The Next Ingrid Bergman was a Swedish actor. She had one child, Christina Bercovici.
She died in cerebral hemorrhage.
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Dan Andersson (April 6, 1888 Ludvika-September 16, 1920 Stockholm) also known as Andersson, Dan was a Swedish writer, author and poet.
He died in cyanide poisoning.
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Nils Östensson (April 29, 1918-July 24, 1949) also known as Nils Ostensson was a Swedish personality.
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Johanna Sällström (December 30, 1974 Stockholm-February 13, 2007 Malmö Municipality) otherwise known as Johanna Sallstrom, Johanna Maria Ellinor Berglund or Johanna Maria Ellinor Berglund-Sällström was a Swedish actor. She had one child, Talulah Sällström.
She died in suicide.
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Martin Holm (November 27, 1976 Stockholm-June 24, 2009) was a Swedish personality.
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Ivar Arosenius (October 8, 1878 Gothenburg-January 2, 1909) was a Swedish writer.
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Kenny Olsson (March 6, 1977 Stockholm-June 8, 2007) was a Swedish personality.
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Ronnie Peterson (February 14, 1944 Örebro-September 11, 1978 Milan) was a Swedish race car driver. He had one child, Nina Louise Peterson.
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Edvard Möller (February 13, 1888-June 23, 1920) was a Swedish personality.
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Henrik Sjöberg (January 20, 1875 Stockholm-August 1, 1905 Helsingør) otherwise known as Henrik Sjoberg was a Swedish personality.
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Olof Möller (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1985) was a Swedish writer.
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Folke Heybroek (April 5, 2015 Amsterdam-April 5, 1983) was a Swedish personality.
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Axel Hedenlund (February 11, 1888-April 18, 1919) was a Swedish personality.
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Martin Persson (October 13, 1886-February 13, 1918) was a Swedish personality.
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Nicholas Gustafson (August 20, 1846-September 11, 1876) was a Swedish personality.
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Holger Crafoord (April 5, 2015 Stockholm-April 5, 1982) was a Swedish personality.
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Fredrik Hasselqvist (January 3, 1722 Linköping Municipality-February 9, 1752) was a Swedish personality.
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Christer Löfqvist (June 4, 1944 Visby-February 1, 1978) was a Swedish personality.
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Emilie Högquist (April 29, 1812 Sweden-December 18, 1846 Turin) a.k.a. Emilie Hogquist was a Swedish actor.
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Cats Falck (July 11, 1953 Enskede-Årsta-Vantör-April 5, 1984 Hammarby Sjöstad) was a Swedish journalist.
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Raoul Wallenberg (August 4, 1912 Lidingö Municipality-July 17, 1947 Moscow) was a Swedish diplomat, architect, businessperson and humanitarian.
He died as a result of murder.
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Christopher of Bavaria (February 26, 1416 Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz-January 5, 1448 Helsingborg) was a Swedish personality.
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