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Ping Pong On Ya! /P.


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Per Gessle writes official song for the World Table Tennis Championship in Halmstad! Title of the song is "Name You Beautiful" and is co-written with the guys from Galavant (Sebastian Atas and Victor Sjöström) with the contribution of Viktor Broberg. The song is performed together with Helena Josefsson and will be played publicly for the first time during the European Championships qualification match between Sweden and Denmark. The game is played in Halmstad Arena on February 27th at 18.30. The song will be available shortly on both Spotify and iTunes. /PP Press release: http://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/halmstad/pressreleases/per-gessle-goer-officiell-laat-till-bordtennis-vm-i-halmstad-2425217 Pic by Anders Roos

Ping Pong On Ya! /P.


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Per Gessle writes official song for the World Table Tennis Championship in Halmstad! Title of the song is "Name You Beautiful" and is co-written with the guys from Galavant (Sebastian Atas and Victor Sjöström) with the contribution of Viktor Broberg. The song is performed together with Helena Josefsson and will be played publicly for the first time during the European Championships qualification match between Sweden and Denmark. The game is played in Halmstad Arena on February 27th at 18.30. The song will be available shortly on both Spotify and iTunes. /PP Press release: http://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/halmstad/pressreleases/per-gessle-goer-officiell-laat-till-bordtennis-vm-i-halmstad-2425217 Pic by Anders Roos

Love that GT is mentioned!!!!


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Rare Footage of Tom Petty

Per Gessle makes the offical song for LIEBHERR World Table Tennis Championship in Halmstad. Halmstad native Per Gessle, with a track record of 80 million albums sold worldwide, is supporting the World Table Tennis Championship in Halmstad with a song composed especially for the event that will be seen by 350 million viewers all over the world. Over 100 nations from all corners of the globe will visit the coastal city when the LIEBHERR World Team Table Tennis Championships descends upon Halmstad Arena between April 29th and May 6th 2018. On top of experiencing world class table tennis, visitors will also be able to enjoy world famous artist Per Gessle's music, as he is behind the official WTTC-song "Name You Beautiful", performed together with Helena Josefsson. – When I was asked to write the official song for the tournament I didn’t hesitate. I was really up for the challenge. I wrote ittogether with some other local Halmstad-musicians, namely the guys from Galavant (Sebastian Atas and Victor Sjöström). Their super talented friend Viktor Broberg also contributed. We had lots of fun, says Gessle in a statement, adding: – The song isn't really a net ball, more like a killer smash in the backhand corner! Johnny Ewerstein, project manager of the 2018 WTTC, is happy and pleased that Gessle chose to contribute a song to Sweden's biggest sporting event 2018: – This is absolutely fantastic! Gessle is a world renowned artist, and the fact that he stems from Halmstad makes it all the more special and an honor for us as hosts. We're very glad and grateful for this song, which fits in excellently with a sporting event of this scope and importance. The WTTC-song will be played publicly for the first time during the European Championships qualification match between Sweden and Denmark. The game is played in Halmstad Arena on February 27th at 18.30. Entry is free of charge, so don't miss this opportunity to combine world-class table tennis with a brand new song from Per Gessle. The song will soon be available on Spotify and iTunes.

Today in 1999 Have a Nice Day was released. To this day still a good album, maybe a little before its time? Would be nice to finally get this concert from Stockholm on DVD!


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Live at the Globe in Stockholm 2001. Remastered sound.

Gold record somewhere 1991.

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