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Anders Glenmark
Anders Glenmark 2011-10-20 001.jpg
Glenmark in 2011
Born
Gert Anders Glenmark

(1953-11-20) 20 November 1953 (age 68)
Tomelilla, Sweden
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
  • producer
Years active
  • 1972–2002
  • 2015–present
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar

Gert Anders Glenmark (born 20 November 1953) is a Swedish singer, songwriter, musician and record producer. He is the brother of singer Karin Glenmark and nephew of band leader Bruno Glenmark.[citation needed]

Career

Among the artists for whom Glenmark has written and produced are Eva Dahlgren, Orup, Ted Gärdestad, and Patrik Isaksson. He has also, early on in his career, been a backing singer on solo albums by members of ABBA, such as Anni-Frid Lyngstad's Frida Ensam and Agnetha Fältskog's Elva Kvinnor I Ett Hus, both released in 1975.[citation needed]

In 1976, Glenmark played lead guitar in Abba's hit single "Money, Money, Money".

In 1984, Glenmark sang in the chorus of Murray Head's hit single "One Night in Bangkok" (US No. 3, UK #12), from the Benny Andersson/Tim Rice/Björn Ulvaeus musical Chess.[1]

In 1996, Glenmark produced and co-wrote Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad's Swedish solo album Djupa Andetag. He has also collaborated with a number of Danish artists such as Lis Sørensen and Søs Fenger.[citation needed]

Glenmark has been a member of several groups, including the family group Glenmarks and the siblings duo Gemini. Since 1994, he has been a member of the sporadically existing group GES together with Orup and Niklas Strömstedt.[citation needed]

Glenmark has participated in Melodifestivalen, the Swedish heats of the Eurovision Song Contest, seven times:[citation needed]

Discography

Albums

Singles

References

  1. ^ "Murray Head – One Night In Bangkok (1984, Tape One Pressing, Vinyl)" – via Discogs.

Bibliography