"Anna Charlotta Gunnarson is hailed for his book, which highlights the forgotten women in the music industry"
"Melloexpert, radioproducent, journalist and acclaimed author."
"Thanks to his new book can mångsysslaren Anna Charlotta Gunnarson, 50, now also add ”singer” to his resume:"
"It pophistorien have made the thick, black lines of women's names," she says."
"Anna Charlotta Gunnarson settles down with a cup of coffee in their little frilanskontor in the South of Stockholm."
"She is noticeably happy when we meet, and it is easy to understand why. The same day her new book ”the Women who shaped pophistorien” namely praised in a review by Aftonbladet's Martin Söderström. "
"”Blends together this book with its predecessor, ”Pop music rhymes on politics” and OUT of the series on the same theme appears Gunnarson as a true educator for the 2010s”, states, inter alia, to read, and to be called ”educators” is something that makes Anna Charlotta extra happy and proud:
"– sets the not like that epithet on himself. But I have always identified myself with the people who Tage Danielsson and Fredrik Lindström, and felt that I, too, have the potential. For me it is among the finest you can be, and I have always thought that it is a blast to tell stories, " she says."
"Been in the Eurovision jury"
"Few have had such a diverse career that Anna Charlotta Gunnarson. After growing up in, among other things, Lysekil, she began to work at Radio Gothenburg in 1991, and three years later she arrived to the city which is still her home, Stockholm, sweden. Since then, they have been able to see her as everything from schlagerexpert (she has sat on juries for both Melodifestivalen and the Eurovision song contest) to the award-winning tv and radioproducent (FROM:s ”Pop and politics”, which won the Big grand prize for community radio in 2011, and a writer of both children's and non-fiction."
"”Is so fucking sad”"
"In her new book, she highlights lots of women who have not received their rightful place within the pophistorien because of the patriarchal structures in the music industry which has long been – and still is:"
" It pophistorien have made the thick, black bars over the women's name that makes you have to dig and scrape to get to them. I think that it is so damn sad. I have been on so many pop-quiz over the years where there have been questions about maybe two girls and forty guys. And when I have pointed it out, I have been told that ”but the girls have actually not made as much important that are worth to know”. At the same time am I expected to be able to Todd Rundgrens all albumspår, " she says."
"first Demonstrated his broad knowledge."
"the Book is a kind of sequel to the Perish fackboken ”Pop music rhymes on politics” (2014), and to release the books in this sequence was a strategic decision of Anna Charlotta:"
"– My thought was to write this book first, but then I thought ”if I do this so I become she who writes about women and music”, and I didn't want to. So therefore, I needed to first show that I could things about music from all countries and genres, and who had not been with a male and female to do. As a girl, one must, unfortunately, be a strategist, " she says."
"– But I think it was a good one, not least for Metoo come between the books. People have become more proficient with the insights and both boys and girls, I have reflected on his behavior. I didn't have to explain certain things in this book that I would otherwise had needed to do, " continues Anna Charlotta."
"recognize her mother"
"Hand-in-Hand with his interest in ”finkulturell” music has Anna Charlotta Gunnarsons heart has always beaten for the Eurovision song contest. Therefore, it is logical that one of the ”deleted” the women she takes up in his book is housewife Britt Lindeborg (1928-1998), the first woman to write a contribution in the Eurovision song contest 1959 (”Someone misses you” as performed by Östen Warnebring, ed), but who nevertheless had to struggle against an exclusionary, male-dominated industry throughout her life. In 1984, Lindeborg to the end a kind of revenge, then she wrote the lyrics to the brothers, the Herreys Eurovision-winning song ”Diggiloo diggiley”."
"– I recognize my own mother in Britt's history. Mother left school when she was thirteen and worked then in the library without making much noise. But when she died, I found things she had written that was absolutely fantastic, poems, and diary entries. I didn't even know she wrote! Britt Lindeborg really had a calling to do music, but her contemporaries wanted to she would be a mother."
"You like the Eurovision song contest, despite the fact that it is not considered to be ”clean” of some culture writers. What is it you like about it?"
"– So it is absolutely. I think it is great and it is completely insane that exists in parallel with the fine, that it is both relaxation, entertainment and a way to see the world with other eyes for a while. "
" I think that John Lundvik has a good chance to get top five, but it is crazy good songs in years. It is almost a little sad that there are no turkeys, " says Anna Charlotta with a laugh. "
"– I love Slovenia, it's such a damn good indie song. Italy, I hope, also, it is svinbra."
"Occupation: Journalist, author, musician."
"the Family: living with Andreas Mattsson, 52, lead singer of the Popsicle. Kids Sonny and Sylvia."
"up to Date: With the book ”the Women who shaped pophistorien”."
"... what she thinks about the call that Sweden should boycott ESC in Israel, 171 artists and cultural workers have endorsed:"
"– My immediate reaction was, ”but how many of you usually check on the Eurovision?” I can certainly understand their opinion, but football and sports are usually considered to bring people together and I think it is the same thing with the ESC. In a few years the football world CUP in Qatar, should we boycott that too?"
"... program documenting her life outside the ”Fake” (which she does along with David Silva and sent you the summer in P4), which will respond to the writing of history around the iconic figures such as Rosa Parks:"
"– We take up the well-known stories and examines them in detail. Rosa Parks, for example, was much more than just an old lady who was left on the bus. She had started medborgarrättsrörelsens youth in Montgomery. I love it there, when surprised by the things you previously did not know."
"... his band 500 miles, whose debut album ”Thunder” was released last year:"
" We have been at it for seven years, and it has been so crazy fun. I and Christel (Valsinger, the other half of the band) live in different cities so it is a little difficult to get it together sometimes just. But there were a lot of girls who come up to us after our shows and said that they are inspired to start playing, it feels extremely fun. "