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Native name  Aleena Hogdahl
Music group  Kaipa (Since 2000)
Role  Songwriter
Name  Aleena Gibson
Associated acts  Stefan Andersson

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Born  May 31, 1968 (age 47) Gothenburg, Sweden (1968-05-31)
Genres  Country, American folk music, Pop music, Rock music
Albums  Vittjar, Keyholder, Sattyg, Mindrevolutions, Notes from the Past
Similar People  Anton Malmberg Hard af S, Fredrik Kempe, Jonas Reingold, Bobby Ljunggren, Per Nilsson

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Aleena Gibson (Anna-Lena Högdahl), is a Swedish songwriter living in Stockholm. Her credits include Nick Carter, S Club 7, Chenoa, Tata Young, Rouge Jill Johnson and Girls' Generation. She performed in Melodifestivalen 2003 singing her song Better Believe It and finished 6th in the first semi final.

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Stefan Andersson and Aleena Gibson finished 5th in the first semi final of Melodifestivalen 2007. In late 2007 it was revealed that Aleena had written a song that would be performed in Melodifestivalen 2008. Aleena Gibson now sings with Swedish progressive rock band Kaipa.

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Entries in national Eurovision pre-selections

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  • "Anropar Försvunnen" by Hanna Hedlund (Sweden 2000), 8th place
  • "Nothing can Stop Me" by Lina Hedlund (Sweden 2003), 4th place (Second Chance)
  • "We're Unbreakable" by Sahlene (Sweden 2003), 5th place (Semi Final)
  • "Better Believe It" by Aleena (Sweden 2003), 6th place (Semi Final)
  • "Anything But You" by Andersson & Gibson (Sweden 2007), 5th place (Semi Final)
  • "Empty Room" by Sanna Nielsen (Sweden 2008), 2nd place
  • "Why Am I Crying?" by Molly Sandén (Sweden 2012), 5th place
  • "Can't Hurt Me Now" by Jessica Andersson (Sweden 2015), 11th place
  • "Forever Starts Today" by Linus Svenning (Sweden 2015), 6th place
  • Discography

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    Album

  • (2005) Aleenas Café
  • Singles

  • (2003) Butt naked
  • (2003) Better believe it
  • (2004) Me & Tommy
  • (2005) Hey now
  • (2005) Modern Times
  • References

    Aleena Gibson Wikipedia


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