Jenny Saléns

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Jenny Saléns
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Jenny Saléns live on board the M/S Birka Paradise. November 2011.
Background information
Origin Sweden
GenresDansband music
Years activeMay 2003-

Jenny Saléns is a dansband from Sweden. The band has scored successes at the Swedish album chart.[1] It was formed in May 2003. Its saxophonist Niklas Adamsson won the "Wind musician of the Year" award at the 2007 Guldklaven awards.[2] Bandmember Niklas Adamsson was chosen as "Cultural Award Winner of the Year" in Hylte Municipality later in 2007.

Jenny Saléns released their live album Vår egen bröllopsdag on 5 January 2008. It contains 15 songs recorded during a dancing event at Mälarsalen in Stockholm in November 2007.

The band participated at Dansbandskampen in 2008.

Discography[change | change source]

Albums[change | change source]

Singles[change | change source]

  • "Kärlekens låga" - 2003
  • "Aldrig mer" - 2004
  • "Tack för kärleken" - 2006
  • "Vår egen melodi" - 2006
  • "Lovar du mer" - 2006
  • "Mot kärlekens land" - 2007
  • "Handen på hjärtat" - 2007
  • "The Best" - 2009
  • "Kom hem" - 2009

Members[change | change source]

  • Jenny Salén - vocals and accordion
  • Niklas Adamsson - saxophone, guitar, vocals
  • Nicklas Mörk - drums
  • Robert Juth - guitar, vocals

References[change | change source]

  1. "Jenny Saléns" (in Swedish). Swedishcharts. Retrieved 21 June 2015.
  2. Hallandsposten 30 January 2010 - Kapellmästaren som lever för dansmusiken, accessdate: 27 May 2013

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