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The Nobel Peace Prize concert is not the first place you'd think of for a show by Robyn, Swedish pop goddess.
Especially not last year's. It was a serious event with serious artists to honor a serious man, incarcerated Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Elvis Costello was there, Denzel Washington presented, and Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden were in attendance.
Most performers would be fazed by that kind of crowd, but not Robyn, who performs Tuesday…
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Robyn has just come off the biggest 12 months of her 17-year career: Her Body Talk album cracked just about every best-of list, while her smash single "Dancing on My Own" earned her a Grammy nod. The Swedish pop star plans to keep the momentum going in 2011, with a 17-date U.S. tour that kicks off Saturday night in Portland, Maine — plus, top billed…Continue
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Congratulations to Robyn who won 3 out of the 4 P3 Guld Awards she was nominated for, taking home awards for "Artist of the Year," "Song of the Year," for Dancing on my Own, and Live Act of the Year. Robyn is the first artist to win three P3 Guld awards on the same night with the only giving away a total of 9…Continue
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What do you think about the relationship between music and fashion?
"I think it's a myth that fashion and music belong together. Fashion to me is the industry that's selling the clothes. And I don't that artists and music have anything to do with that at all. But music is about youth culture and street culture, and that's where the fashion bloggers come into it, because they know the…
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Robyn told HOLLYWIRE all about her plans for 2011, starting with a tour in the US—including a stop at the famous Radio City Music Hall in New York City!
“Fans can expect what they always get, a lot of energy. We just try to make people dance. It’s not about any big explosions or pyrotechnics, it’s more about connecting with the audience.”
“[Radio City Music Hall] It’s beautiful and it is the biggest venue that I have played in America so…
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