Carola Haggkvist, better referred to as Carola, was among Sweden’s most widely used and enduring schlager performers for more than twenty years. Representing Sweden within the Eurovision competition on several events, Carola famously gained the competition by way of a slender margin in 1991 using the melody “Fangad Av En Stormvind.” Carola broke onto the Swedish music picture in 1977, when her success at an area talent show resulted in an appearance on nationwide television. She captured the eye of promoter Bert Karlsson a couple of years afterwards, and he pressed her to take part in the 1982 Melodifestivalen competition. She dropped, opting rather to record an record using the Swedish steel group Standby. Carola didn’t withstand the lure from the melody competition circuit for lengthy, however, getting into Melodifestivalen in 1983 with “Framling” (Stranger). The melody was a smash strike, and Carola continued to represent Sweden within the Eurovision Melody Contest. She emerged in third and came back to Sweden a superstar. Her debut single record, Framling, soared to number 1 over the Swedish graphs and continued to be there for over 12 weeks. Many even more chart-topping albums implemented during the period of another seven years, including a cooperation using the Bee Gees known as Runaway. Carola came back to Melodifestivalen in 1990 using the music “Mitt I Ett Aventyr,” putting second in your competition. Never someone to be quite happy with second place, Carola came back the following yr and snagged 1st place with “Fangad Av En Stormvind,” a triumph that delivered her back again to the Eurovision competition for the next time in ten years. Carola and “Fangad Av En Stormvind” finished up tying for 1st place with France (displayed by Amina); the judges ultimately considered Carola the champion after counting the amount of “twelves” and “elevens” each vocalist earned in your competition. Over the following 2 yrs, Carola journeyed to China and documented her initial gospel record, My Tribute, that was released in 1993. Twelve even more albums, secular and gospel, implemented during the period of another 15 years. Carola came back to Eurovision in 2006 using the melody “Invincible,” and continued to place 4th in the competition.