Marie’s tour: Norrköping audio bootleg

MfturneThanks to Lionel Zeta we have access to bootleg recording of Marie’s third concert in Norrköping. Have a listen + enjoy!

1. Så stilla så långsamt
2. Kom vila hos mig
3. Bara för en dag
4. Det regnar igen & Sista sommarens vals
5. Ber bara en gång
6. Sparvöga
7. Ett hus vid havet & Ett bord i solen
8. Så skimrande var aldrig havet
9. Ännu doftar kärlek
10. Så länge det lyser mittemot
11. Om du såg mig nu
12. Efter stormen
13. Den sjunde vågen
14. Mellan sommar och höst
15. Den bästa dagen
16. Tro

Marie’s tour: Norrköping, 22nd February #3

Screenshot is from Gyöngyvér Simon’s Örebro SSSL video
Screenshot is from Gyöngyvér Simon’s Örebro SSSL video

Setlist (no changes)

1. Så stilla så långsamt [1992 – DSR]
2. Kom vila hos mig [2013 – Nu!]
3. Bara för en dag [1987 – ES]
4. Det regnar igen [1992 – DSR]
5. Sista sommarens vals [2013 – Nu!]
6. Ber bara en gång [1996 – IETSV]
7. Sparvöga [1989 off the Swedish drama TV series]
8. Ett hus vid havet [1985 – DSV]
9. Ett bord i solen [2007 – TFT]
10. Så skimrande var aldrig havet [1990 off Taube compilation album]
11. Ännu doftar kärlek [1984 – HV]
12. Så länge det lyser mittemot [1992 – DSR]
13. Om du såg mig nu [1987 – ES]
14. Efter stormen [1987 – ES]
15. Den sjunde vågen [1985 – DSV]

16. Mellan sommar och höst [1992 – DSR]
17. Den bästa dagen [1985 – DSV]
18. Tro [1996 – IETSV]


The first 2 rows (mostly international fans) stood up during the concert and tried to make the Swedes stand up, but it didn’t work as in Örebro, only during Mellan sommar och höst they joined the party. Marie and the band were again happy to see the fans in the front rows having fun and enjoying the concert so much and Christoffer and Jokke did a great job with the guitars.

Next show is next Friday, 28th February, Visby. So there will be a little time for Ms Effe and the guys to rest and a little time for the audience to shape up.

Ett bord i solen
Ber bara en gång by Astrid Lenhard


Gyllene Tider is still on fire!

You might remember an old article of ours where we asked you to vote for a Gyllene Tider-medley and then let you know later in May that the result of all our voting power was that GT won. Thanks to that, the audience of the choreographed fireworks in Norrköping could listen to a medley of 5 GT hits.

Fireworks started at 10 pm on 16th August and the 5 songs played were (in this order):


  1. När vi två blir en (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  2. Flickorna på TV2 (1)
  3. Gå & fiska! (1, 2)
  4. Sommartider (1, 2, 3)
  5. Tylö sun (1)


Click on the numbers next to the songs for some short Instagram videos and check how the “show” was. 😉

Update #1: now a full video is available on YoutTube. 6m 30s. Click here to watch it!

Update #2 (1st September): a more enjoyable video is uploaded by Göteborgs FyrverkeriFabrik. Click here to watch it!



© Patrícia Peres


Gyllene Tider plays with fire

You might remember our article from some days ago in which we asked you to vote on GT for a fireworks medley in Norrköping. The result of the voting is out… aaaaaand people will hear Gyllene Tider’s greatest hits during the fireworks on Friday, 16th August! More than 2000 readers took part and 34% of the votes went for our golden guys. Bruce Springsteen had 25% and David Guetta 22% of the votes. The remaining 19% went for Robbie Williams and Rihanna.

Leka med elden will most probably not included in the medley, but it’s still nice. Click here for the English version.

Thanx for voting and enjoy the ”show” if you’re in Norrköping that day!


Gyllene Tider_by_Adam Ihse

©Adam Ihse



Vote for Gyllene Tider fireworks medley’s reader’s can vote for which artist’s medley they want to hear during the fireworks on Friday, 16th August, in Norrköping.

The artists / band you can vote for:

  • Gyllene Tider
  • Robbie Williams
  • Rihanna
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • David Guetta

It’s evident who to choose, right? 😉 VOTE HERE!

There will be a medley with the winning artist’s greatest hits played during choreographed fireworks.

The winner will be announced on Monday, 20th May on



© Ulf Börjesson / Göteborgs-Posten