Paola Bruna

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Paola Bruna (born 7 February 1973), previously Paola Åhlund, is a Swedish artist and singer of Chilean descent who grew up in Dalarna.

Bruna was trained as a painter at Konstfack. Her efforts have included singing for Moder Jords Massiva, performing as DJ and releasing a solo album Stockcity Girl. She also sang in the Teddybears single "Yours to Keep". In 2002, Bruna's song "Above the Candystore" was featured in the independent movie Spun with a corresponding music video. Her song "Interstellar Love" was used in the snowboard film Follow Me Around from Mack Dawg Productions in 2006.[1] In 2007, she contributed her voice for two songs for the Finnish indie band Tigerbombs.[2] Bruna was voted 'Best dressed woman of the year' by Elle Magazine Sweden in 2006.[3]

Bruna was previously married to Klas Åhlund from the band Teddybears. In 2005, she had a son with her late boyfriend Anders Göthberg.[4]

During 2007–2011 she was a radio host at the public service radio Sveriges Radio at the channel Metropol on 93,8.


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