Johan Palm

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Johan Palm
Johan Palm
Johan Palm
Background information
Birth nameKarl Johan Viktor Palm
Born (1992-03-03) 3 March 1992 (age 29)[citation needed]
OriginMjölby, Sweden
GenresRock, Pop
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, bagpipes
Years active2008–present
LabelsSony BMG (2009–)
Associated actsAlice Svensson, Kevin Borg

Karl Johan Viktor Palm (born 3 March 1992[citation needed] in Mjölby) is a Swedish singer and former contestant on Idol 2008, where he ended up in fourth place. Palm auditioned with the song "The Drugs Don't Work" and performed several English songs on the show, including "Friday I'm in Love" by the Cure, "Poison" by Alice Cooper, "Beautiful Ones" by Suede, "Don't Look Back in Anger" by Oasis and "The Winner Takes It All" by ABBA. He also performed a special edition of "We Built This City" with Robin Eriksson. Palm both sings and plays the bagpipe and was the youngest contestant in the 2008 Riddarspelen.

In 2009, he hit number one on the Swedish Singles Chart with the song "Emma-Lee".[1]



Released Album Sweden
2009 My Antidote 1


Released Single Sweden Album
2009 "Emma-Lee" 1 My Antidote
2009 "All the Time in the World" -


In (April 2010) Palm appears in the video "Generation Wild" from the Swedish band "CRASHDÏET".

Johan Palm appears in the video "Night Vision" from the Swedish band "", in (March 2012), The video was directed by his brother "".

A year before Johan was part of the tribute Album to NOICE that Grizzly and Micael finished,"" just days before Micael died, in May 2011. The song in which Johan Palm participated is (You only live once in English).


  1. ^ Steffen Hung. "Johan Palm – Emma-Lee". Archived from the original on 25 September 2012. Retrieved 2 September 2012.
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