Abba Sensationelle, tribute duo, is one of the leading tributes to the female side of Swedish supergroup. With 3k of sound, a fabulous lighting show, multiple costume changes, all relevant insurance certificates and testimonials available on request, they are ideal for any UK event!
Abba Sensationelle – a dynamic, fun, authentic tribute with colourful costumes, harmonies, sound and lighting. Shelley as Agnetha and Emma as Anna-Frid deliver a tribute show you won’t forget – which is suitable for all audiences. This Abba duo have international experience working in Dubai, Belgium, Norway, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Bahrain – not to mention the UK.
Abba Sensationelle Tribute Duo
ABBA (Swedish pronunciation: [²abːa]) were a Swedish pop group formed in Stockholm in 1972 by members Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad. During the band’s active years, Fältskog & Ulvaeus and Lyngstad & Andersson were married.
At the height of their popularity, both relationships were suffering strain which ultimately resulted in the collapse of the Ulvaeus–Fältskog marriage in 1979 and the Andersson–Lyngstad marriage in 1981. These relationship changes were reflected in the group’s music, with later compositions featuring more introspective and dark lyrics in contrast to their usual pure-pop sound.
ABBA were honoured at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005, when their hit “Waterloo” was chosen as the best song in the competition’s history. The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010. In 2015, their song “Dancing Queen” was inducted into the Recording Academy’s Grammy Hall of Fame. (Wikipedia).
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