Caroline Larsson

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Caroline Larsson
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Caroline Larsson
Background information
Born (1986-09-28) September 28, 1986 (age 35)
Askim, Sweden
Instrumentsguitar, harmonica
LabelsWeeki Music
WebsiteOfficial Website (in swedish)

Caroline Elisabeth Larsson (born in Askim, Sweden on 28 September 1986) is a Swedish singer, songwriter.


Born in Askim, Gothenburg, Caroline Larsson began writing songs when she was 16–17 years old.[1] She also played guitar and harmonica and wrote her own material.[2] In 2008, Larsson released her debut album In the Moment on her own label Weeki Records in association with Universal Music, which included the single "Hold on My Heart" written by Per Gessle.[3] She opened for Manfred Mann's Earth Band for their Scandinavian tour in 2009[3] and in conjunction with the release of her second album Me and I in 2011, she toured jointly with Plura Jonsson, Carla Jonsson from Eldkvarn and Anders Ekborg.[1] In the autumn the same year she recorded a tribute to Eva Cassidy together with Bengt Mangnusson.[4] She released her album Rebel Thinker in 2014 produced by Amir Aly.[2] Larsson performed the songs live together with her Music City Band, which resulted in the album Nashville Country Night: Live released in October 2014.[5]



Year Album Peak positions Certification
2008 In the Moment 14
2011 Me and I 17
2012 A Tribute to Eva Cassidy
(joint album with Bengt Magnusson)
2014 Rebel Thinker 28
Live albums
Year Album Peak positions Certification
2014 Nashville Country Night: Live
(with Music City Band)


Year Single Peak positions Album
2014 "Hold on My Heart (Hey It's Alright)" 13 In the Moment


  1. ^ a b Biography Archived 23 July 2018 at the Wayback Machine on Caroline Larsson Official Website, (accessed 23 December 2014).
  2. ^ a b Martensson, Anders (1 April 2014). "Det svänger om Nashville" [It swings in Nashville]. (in Swedish). Kristainstadbladet.
  3. ^ a b Expressen: Först Sverige – sedan världen Archived 3 September 2014 at the Wayback Machine (in Swedish)
  4. ^ Listing for A Tribute to Eva Cassidy on, (accessed 23 December 2014).
  5. ^ Listing for the Nashville Country Night: Live album on, (accessed 23 December 2014).
  6. ^ a b c "Caroline Larsson discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 13 November 2014.
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