Lotta Engberg and the team behind the ”Lotta på Liseberg” is in mourning. Michael Ottosson who has been a member of ”Lotta på we at lisberg”band for several years, passed suddenly away last week, the 36-year-old.
" He was a warm friend to all of us here at the Amusement park. A well known musician, who always had a smile on. He will be extremely missed by all of us, but at the moment we are thinking about his family and their grief of heart, " says Lotta Engberg for the Swedish TV4.
During Monday's program, was honored as the Michael Ottossons memory. When the orchestra was playing and his singing to the music together with his piano, there were several who found it difficult to hold back the tears.
this week, the reached us of the terrible news, everyone, we are at the Amusement park. A very good friend, and medmusikant, Michael Ottoson has provided for us. His heart could not beat, we miss him so very much.
" Mike, you're not here at the moment. However, you are still here with us. You are always going to be here, "says the host of the show, and the point of the heart," says Engberg in the program.Wiping each other's tears,”
Engberg said, before the programme was broadcast, via his press contact, that it was a very special atmosphere among all of them, when they mourned the loss of her missing colleague.
"Tonight, we need to care of each other a little when we said good-bye to the viewers, and our wonderful guest artists, and get to wipe each other's tears," says Lotta Engberg and add the following:
" It's been emotional days for me, for the orchestra and the entire production process. We have our Michael's Film, and his family is in our thoughts all the time, " says Lotta Engberg.
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TV4, writing on its web site that Michael's Film has been a valued colleague and friend to all at the ”Lotta på Liseberg”to the team.
" Michael was a great musician and human being. He surprised me with his unique musical sensibility – there is no task too hard; no responsibility is too large, nothing is impossible or even difficult. He was a constant source of joy and laughter, and when he joined the orchestra as it was for the first time, a complete. I'm going to miss him a lot " says the conductor, Andrew McEwan Landegren, to TV4.
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