My First Performance: Bjorn Ulvaeus

(12 Nov 2018) ABBA founder Bjorn Ulvaeus recalls his first ever live performance – dressed as a cowboy aged eight. (Nov. 12)

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Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA on the band’s continuing success 36 years after they split, and new music fr

(18 Oct 2018) Swedish superstar Bjorn Ulvaeus is mystified by the continuing success of his band, ABBA, 36 years after they split, and promises new music next March. (Oct. 18)

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Theresa May shows off her Abba dance moves

(3 Oct 2018) UK Prime Minister Theresa May showed off her moves to Abba’s “Dancing Queen” Wednesday as she took the stage at the Conservative Party’s annual conference in Birmingham. (Oct. 3)

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Cher: ‘I was a little cranky with Bjorn’

(28 Sep 2018) Cher shares what she thought of singing new renditions of ABBA hits for “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” and for her new album. (Sept. 28)

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Barrel organ festival fills Prague with old music

Two dozen barrel organ players displayed their skills in Prague’s city centre within an eight-day festival that has attracted virtuosos from across Europe. Organ grinders from Austria, France, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic offered music ranging from Mozart or Verdi to ABBA. The festival will continue in other Czech towns and cities, with more players due to take part.

Seyfried’s ABBA earworm loop

Amanda Seyfried and her “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” co-stars reveal their personal ABBA earworms. (July 18)

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‘Mamma Mia!’ stars say thank you for the music

At the world premiere of “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” in London, stars of the long-awaited musical sequel discuss their early memories of ABBA’s music. (July 17)

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New exhibit opens at the Stockholm ABBA museum

Just days after ABBA announced that it would make music again for the first time since 1982, the Stockholm ABBA museum opens its new interactive exhibition on what the band members have been up to over the decades. Around 70 percent of the visitors of the museum come from abroad.

Mamma Mia! ABBA make new music after 35 years

“Mamma Mia! Here we go again”: Sweden’s legendary disco group ABBA announces that they have reunited to record two new songs, 35 years after their last single, sparking joy and surprise among fans.