Remembrance book for Marie Fredriksson

Dear fellow friends, dear fans of Marie Fredriksson, dear Roxette fans, dear kind people in this world,

our friend Marie has passed away on December 9, and many, many people in the world are heartbroken and would like to express their feelings. Not everyone can do so on the social media, not everyone can do so by coming to Sweden and signing the official remembrance book laid out in Stockholm.

We want to collect your thoughts, your grieve, but also your finest memories with Marie here. Please write down what you always wanted to say to her, we will collect each single entry of yours, put them into one single book and send it over to Marie’s family to show them how much she made this world better through you.

Thank you.

[All entries made before January 1, 2020 were taken over for the book. You will still be able to add your messages now but we cannot consider them for the book to Marie’s family anymore as it has been printed by now.]

The Daily Roxette had one copy of the book printed early January 2020 and handed it over to Marie Dimberg, Roxette’s manager and a very good friend of Marie Fredriksson and her family, in Göteborg on January 20, 2020. The printed version of the book is nearly 800 pages thick and it has a white cover. Its title “Tack för allt Marie” (Thank you for everything Marie) is written in silver and red letters on its sleeve.
Here you see some quick photos of the book, sadly there has never been a chance to take proper photos of this one copy as it arrived just before the evening we headed to Göteborg for the “En kväll för Marie Fredriksson” show.

If you are interested, you can download a simplified version (the printed version contains a few more blank pages to separate the chapters, for instance) of the book with all entries right here.
The entries are sorted alphabetically by names, this file is also searchable.
Entries with non-latin character sets are at the very end of the book. Most URLs have been removed as they make little sense in a printed book.

Download the file “TackForAlltMarieByTDR.pdf”

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6481 entries.
Peter from Northampton, UK wrote on March 13, 2020 at 10:43:
Sadly we only saw Rox once live, after the surgery she endured, but the passion, the vitality and desire to was oh so evident in you both. Maries voice, always such a pleasure. Sadly missed but never forgotten
Stefan from Freudenberg - Germany wrote on March 7, 2020 at 22:39:
Thank you for all the beautiful songs. It was a help for a lot hard days and it is still wonderfull to hear them. Thank you
Brian Allan from RED DEER COUNTY wrote on March 5, 2020 at 22:58:
Amazing voice so many vivid memories of where i was in life while listening to your songs..will cherish and never forget such a amazing talent...
Iqmatul Fazreen from Kota Kinabalu wrote on March 5, 2020 at 12:31:
Thank you for being a part of my childhood memories. You are always remembered.
Tracey M from United kingdom wrote on March 4, 2020 at 22:16:
I've listen to your music and your amazing voice Marie for years, you got my through heartbreak, love, and death, may your soul live on, heaven has gained a beautiful angel for gods choir RIP XXX
Sven från Tyskland from Aschersleben wrote on March 4, 2020 at 14:16:
Det är så sorgligt att din röst har tyst för alltid. R.I.P. Marie!
Jose Roberto from São Paulo-Beijing wrote on March 2, 2020 at 06:59:
Your voice was always there in those important moments. Thank you for bringing join and dreams. Rest in peace.
Joe from Cleveland wrote on March 1, 2020 at 14:00:
My wife and I shared our love of roxette, until she passed in July 88. Over the years, Roxette playing on the radio always reminded me of the love of my life. My heart was broken to learn of Marie's tumor and today i first learned of her her death. RIP
Torben Soerensen from Harbooere wrote on February 29, 2020 at 23:48:
I miss you, not miss you but totally miss you. You are not there, but in my life I still have your songs in my ears. I love you. See you later.
Nuria from Burgos( Spain) wrote on February 29, 2020 at 12:45:
I can't help crying everytime i hear her voice, she Will always be with us. Good memories of a strong woman, thank you for everything. Always in my heart
Jose Figueredo from Montreal, Canada wrote on February 28, 2020 at 02:28:
Thanks, Marie for the gift of your music, your voice and your artistry, which filled my years as a teenager and even after then. Thanks for giving a voice, along with Per Gessle to some of my experiences and feeling as I started to peer into life as an adult. Your music will always be part of my life and my memories. Rest in peace, surrounded by celestial light.
Antonio Trujillo Andrades from Algeciras wrote on February 27, 2020 at 12:48:
Gracias Marie por todo lo que nos hiciste sentir, marcaste unos años muy importantes de nuestras vidas, siempre vuelvo al pasado con tu música, con tus canciones y tu voz, siempre estarás con nosotros. Gracias Marie.
Andre Riambau from Sao Paulo, Brazil wrote on February 26, 2020 at 23:45:
1989. I was 11 and I loved that girl's voice singing that "yeah-yeah-yeah"-intro on Dressed for Success. From those days on, Roxette became sort of the soundtrack of my teenage and early adult life. Marie's superb voice was warm, familial, conforting... Marie, you are cherished by a huge army of roxers, and in our hearts you will always be alive. Rest in peace, queen of rain!
Anna from Kostroma Russia wrote on February 26, 2020 at 14:19:
Мари ❤️. Вечная ей память, она единственная и неповторимая, спасибо за музыку! Она навсегда останется в наших сердцах! I love mari, eternal memory, thank you for the music, you will always remain in our hearts!
Leah from Australia wrote on February 26, 2020 at 00:04:
Still missing you Marie. Roxette was my favourite band when I was little. I would play your songs taped off the radio over and over. I’m so glad I got to see you in concert years later. Thank you for the music and the memories.
João Soares from Lisboa wrote on February 25, 2020 at 21:02:
O caminho é difícil para todos nós, mas vocês conseguiram sempre o alegrar o meu coração nos bons e nos maus momentos da minha vida pois cresci a escutar os lindos temas que a vossa banda de excelência sempre fizeram com amor ,é uma perda enorme a Marie mas o caminho continua espero poder assistis a um concerto e realizar o meu sonho de criança . que Deus abençoe todos voçes, lindas musicas viram e os Roxette para sempre serão o Nº1 top.
Renat from Russia wrote on February 24, 2020 at 21:13:
Spending My time.....❤время прошло ты будешь вечно в наших сердцах.....😔
Momoe from Tokyo wrote on February 24, 2020 at 11:59:
Dear Marie, My twin sister and I can't thank you enough for your music. We first listened to the album, Crash! Boom! Bang!, when we were 12 years old. Although we didn’t understand any single word of English then, we instantly fell in love with your voice and Per's music so much. We have listened to Roxette ever since. I mean our life can't be told without you, Marie. Thank you again. R.I.P.
Nick from Olympia, Washington wrote on February 23, 2020 at 06:03:
I first heard Roxette in 7th grade when I began listening to the radio. They were the first tape I bought, and one of the first CD's. Roxette was my first favorite band, and 30 years later still remains one of my favorite, but with a very special place in my heart. My kids and I sing Roxette songs in the car all the time. I just learned today of Marie's passing, and its been very hard to accept. I was actually looking to see if they were still touring. I'm sad that I'll never see Roxette in concert. Thank you for the amazing music and making the world a better place.
Gabriel from Rio de Janeiro wrote on February 19, 2020 at 19:01:
they were a perfect example that friendship between men and woman could exist. RIP MARIE YOU'LL BE NEVER FORGOTTEN "SHE'S GOT THE LOOK"