Swedish musicians died in Suicide

Here are 6 famous musicians from Sweden died in Suicide:

Micke Dubois

Micke Dubois (February 25, 1959 Solna Municipality-November 30, 2005 Huddinge Municipality) a.k.a. Mikael Mattias Dubois, Dubois, Micke, Mikael Dubois, Mats Mikael Dubois, Svullo or Mats Mikael "Micke" Dubois was a Swedish comedian and actor. His children are called Michelle Dubois, Kevin Dubois and Celine Dubois.

His most well known albums: Ride On..., För fet för ett omslag, Radio KRM and Öl-låten.

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Per "Dead" Ohlin

Per "Dead" Ohlin (January 16, 1969 Västerhaninge-April 8, 1991 Kråkstad) a.k.a. Per Yngve Ohlin or Dead was a Swedish singer and musician.

Genres: Black metal and Death metal.

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Ted Gärdestad

Ted Gärdestad (February 18, 1956 Sollentuna Municipality-June 22, 1997 Sollentuna Municipality) also known as Ted Gardestad, Gärdestad, Ted or Ted Arnbjörn Gärdestad was a Swedish singer-songwriter and musician. He had two children, and .

Discography: Undringar, Kalendarium 1972 - 93, Äntligen på väg, Droppar av solregn, 15 Klassiker, Sol Vind och Vatten, Collection, Blue Virgin Isles, Ted and Upptåg.

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Dave Lepard

Dave Lepard (May 28, 1980 Stockholm-January 20, 2006 Uppsala) a.k.a. David Roberto Hellman was a Swedish guitarist, musician, songwriter and singer.

His related genres: Hard rock, Glam metal and Sleaze rock.

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Karin Boye

Karin Boye (October 26, 1900 Gothenburg-April 24, 1941 Alingsås) a.k.a. Karin Maria Boye was a Swedish writer, novelist and poet.

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Jon Nödtveidt

Jon Nödtveidt (June 28, 1975 Strömstad-August 13, 2006 Stockholm) also known as Jon Nodtveidt or Nödtveidt, Jon was a Swedish singer, musician and songwriter.

Genres he performed include Blackened death metal, Black metal, Melodic death metal, Melodic black metal, Grindcore, Doom metal and Death metal.

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