What are the members of ABBA doing now?

What are the members of ABBA doing now?

Benny and Björn continue to write new music together while also pursuing solo projects. Bjorn lives in Sweden with Lena, his wife of 35 years, and is believed to be worth at least £90million. Benny’s the richest of the group – reportedly worth £100million.

Was ABBA married to each other?

ABBA. For a brief moment in this legendary Swedish pop group’s decade-long lifespan, the As in ABBA were married to the Bs. However, by the time Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad were tying the knot in 1978, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Agnetha Faltskog were untying theirs.

When did ABBA last perform together?

December 11, 1982
Footage of ABBA singing ‘Thank You For The Music’ in front of a small live studio audience is the last time the four would perform together for three decades. But ABBA nor show producers knew they were filming a historic moment when the group appeared on the live Saturday evening BBC show on December 11, 1982.

What instruments did the ABBA members play?

ABBA musicians

  • Roger Palm. Drums.
  • Mike Watson. Bass.
  • Finn Sjöberg. Guitar.
  • Åke Sundqvist. Percussion & Drums.
  • Janne Schaffer. Guitar.
  • Ulf Andersson. Saxophone.
  • Mats Ronander. Guitar.
  • Janne Kling. Saxophone.

    Did any of the ABBA members remarry?

    Every member of ABBA has gone on to remarry, though only the men have remained with their second partners. Agnetha married surgeon Tomas Sonnenfeld, which has been reported as having been a secret wedding. They married in 1990 but divorced after three years of marriage in 1993.

    Who is the blonde singer in ABBA?

    Agnetha Faltskog
    A look at Agnetha Faltskog, the blonde singer from ABBA.

    What happened to the blonde girl in ABBA?

    AGNETHA Faltskog, the blonde member of Abba, has admitted that fame drove her to become a recluse. Faltskog (55) disappeared from public view in 1987 and retreated to a remote Swedish island. In a rare interview she said she became so overwhelmed by the scale of the group’s popularity that she was unable to sing.