Agnetha and Gary Barlow performed their duet "I Should've Followed You Home" in London for the "Children In Need Rocks"-charity show on November 12, 2013. It was Agnetha's first stage performance in 25 years and she was relaxed and glowing. Below you can watch a video of their performance.
AGNETHA'S LATEST ALBUM "A"
The album, called "A" was released on May 13, 2013 and since the release, 3 singles have been released. They can be purchased through iTunes, Amazon.com or Abbasite.com/store.
The album cover:
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Back in the late 70s I became a fan of the pop group ABBA. But it wasn't until 1983 that I became a fan of Agnetha Fältskog as a solo artist. I was a teenager and began collecting pictures and articles from magazines and newspapers. Throughout the years I've managed to collect more than two scrapbooks worth of material.
The main reason why I wanted to create this website was to share the material I have with other fans. I have a lot of photos from magazines and newspapers. But I also wanted fans around the world to get to know a little bit more about Agnetha as a person. During her days in ABBA, fans outside Sweden didn't hear her talk very much. It was mainly Björn and Benny who did the talking. So that's why I've translated Swedish interviews with Agnetha and I will continue uploading them as long as I have more to translate.
It has now been 10 years since this site appeared online and I hope it has brought some joy to those of you who have visited it.
Nice Agnetha collection
On October 8, 2008, Sony BMG Music Entertainment Sweden released a new 2 CD-collection of Agnetha's favorite songs throughout her career. It's a nice collection and Agnetha even wrote a foreword in the CD-booklet. As far as I know the CD has only been released in Sweden but if you live outside Sweden, you can order it from ABBA's official website. The CD has been released in a jewel case and a digi-pack.
Please note: This is an unofficial fan site and by clicking on the link above, you're sending an e-mail to me (Claes), not to Agnetha. If you want to contact Agnetha, your best option is to write ABBA's Swedish record company.
Universal Music AB Box 55777 SE-114 83 Stockholm SWEDEN
Agnetha receives a lot of mail so there's no guarantee that you'll recieve a reply, but good luck.
Here's a banner you can use on your website if you want to provide a link to my site.