By Daniel Ward
Her iconic blonde appears to be like, beautiful voice and songs of loneliness and depression have endeared her to hundreds of thousands, but Agnetha Faltskog continues to be an enigmatic and far-off determine. From her luck as a teenage singer and songwriter in Sweden within the overdue 1960 s to her years of world superstardom with pop giants ABBA and past, Agnetha has interested generations of enthusiasts. Her beaming smile graced list sleeves, tv monitors and journal covers world wide but by no means really controlled to hide her average shyness and vulnerability. Agnetha Faltskog the lady With The Golden Hair is the 1st full-length biography devoted to the existence and occupation of the only of the main liked and profitable performers in song historical past. Charting Agnetha s trip from her early days fronting an area dance band within the small commercial urban of Jonkoping, via her decade as the most recognized and well known singers on this planet, and the years of self-imposed exile that until eventually her marvelous and winning comeback in 2013, Agnetha Faltskog the lady With The Golden Hair will pride her many legions of fanatics and any readers with an curiosity within the historical past of renowned music."
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