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Claes Dieden - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron (1969 )

Claes Dieden - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron (1969 )


Claes Dieden, born May 4, 1942, is a Swedish singer, songwriter

Dieden was a member of the Science Poption from 1965 to 1967, before his solo debut. He was at Tio at the top with the song Da Doo Ron Ron in 1969 and at Svensktoppen with Hit I will probably no longer 1970

In the early 1970s, however, he left the musician track and instead focused entirely on the career of radio talkers he started as early as 1964 on Swedish Radio. Here he was one of the first to launch a less formal way of advertising programs and music, inspired by the American DJ. During the 1990s, Dieden was a speaker for the radio station NRJ where he was heard for many years. When NRJ then changed voice, the local Stockholm competitor Power Hit Radio took over him. His voice is currently being heard on Vinyl 107. His characteristic voice has also been heard in many commercials.

Claes Dieden - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron (1969 )


Claes Dieden - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron (1969 )

Claes Dieden - Da-Doo-Ron-Ron (1969 )

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