Swedish balladeer (and devout Elvis Presley disciple) Christer Sjögren’s deep, melodious tone of voice helped to create him a favorite purveyor of his homeland’s sentimental, light pop/rock and roll dansband style, and a effective interpreter of inspirational music. Originally an associate of the music group Pelles Orkester, he remaining that group in 1978 to become listed on the dansband Vikingarna — which experienced initially formed twenty years previous (as Jicco as well as the Vikings) — changing Stefan Borsch as that group’s business lead vocalist. With Vikingarna, Sjögren documented literally a large number of albums, many of them in the limitless Kramgoa Låtar series; many, toward the finish, in the German vocabulary; and many of these including addresses of Elvis Presley figures, starting on his 1st album using the group, 1979’s Kramgoa Låtar 7 — Djinghis Khan, with “Can’t Help Falling in Like” (rendered as “Tro På Mej”). In 1989, Sjögren documented a successful recording of spiritual music, Andliga Sånger, that he was billed jointly with Vikingarna; he adopted it up with another religious recording under his personal name and many even more, including two Xmas albums, on the ensuing 10 years. Following the band’s dissolution in 2004, Sjögren obtained his first number 1 album like a single artist with Like Me Sensitive, a assortment of Presley addresses. Two years later on he returned having a nearly-as-successful sequel, Ruler Creole; 2007 brought another religious record.