Another new release from Marie Fredriksson – OUT NOW!

Marie surprises us with another new song – but what is it like?

Update – the song is out now.  Listen on Spotify or download from iTunes or Amazon.

The Roxette singer is back with the single I Want To Go where she’s followed her love for blues and country music. 

Earlier this year she surprised her fans with the jazz song Alone Again, teaming up with some of Sweden’s most prominent musicians on the subject. This time, Marie Fredriksson will immerse in the American music tradition on her new single I Want To Go.

The original song was written by J.B. Lenoir, a remarkably overlooked gem that almost sunk into obscurity. Now, more than 50 years after its birth, Marie Fredriksson reinvigorates this blues classic with a modern production and an unmistakable presence.

I first heard this song about 25 years ago and I just loved it.
I have kept it close to my heart ever since and to finally release my own version of it feels amazing.

– Marie Fredriksson

Disclaimer from Marie’s record label:

There is a small, but not trivial error in the press message where Marie Fredriksson is called ”the former singer of Roxette”. 
Marie Fredriksson is still, of course, the singer in Roxette. 
We’re truly sorry about any confusion this might have caused.
  ★ The author:
Paul Belben

  ★ Publishing date:

November 14th, 2017

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  • Ettexor

    thank you marie!! we love you!!

  • Policarpo Aroca Oviedo

    But the cover seems to be Cuba.

  • RoXoR

    Really nice! Would love to hear more of blues, country and jazz enspiered music by Marie… fits her so well!

  • Leonard Holden

    loved to see all fans’ picture with sunglasses as a reply in Fb post

  • Hugo M

    Marie sounds so cool on this!! This music isn’t really my style, but it’s a pleasure listening to her sounding as wonderful as ever.

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