That's Me - The Greatest Hits was a 1998 compilation album featuring the best of the English-language solo work of Agnetha Fältskog from ABBA. It is named after the ABBA song "That's Me". As well as solo hits the record also includes three key ABBA songs with favorite Agnetha lead vocals the recently discovered 1981 demo of "The Queen of Hearts".
A is the fifth English language studio album by Swedish recording artist Agnetha Fältskog, formerly a member of the group ABBA. It is her tenth studio album overall, not including her work with ABBA or the two albums she released with her daughter and son respectively.
Agnetha Fältskog is a Swedish pop singer, best known for being an original member of 70s superstars ABBA.Agnetha's love of music as a child led her to form a musical trio with two school friends called The Cambers. The group didn't last long, but Agnetha continued to write songs as she had been for most of her life. She left school to sing with a dance band and work part time as a telephone operator at a car dealership. After Agnetha passed out one day at work, her mother forced her to choose her job or her singing. Fortunately, Agnetha chose singing.
Although she had made a name for herself as a solo artist in Sweden, Agnetha Fältskog will always be best known as one-fourth of ABBA, one of the most commercially successful and internationally beloved pop acts of all time. Born on April 5, 1950, Fältskog was encouraged to pursue her love of music from an early age and was already performing with two school friends as the Cambers by the time she was a teen…
Fältskog was born on 5 April 1950 in Jönköping, Småland, Sweden. She was the first of two daughters of department store manager Knut Ingvar Fältskog (1922—1995) and his wife Birgit Margareta Johansson (1923—1994). Her younger sister, Mona Fältskog Ericsson (1955), works as a nurse in Stockholm. Ingvar Fältskog showed much interest in music and showbusiness, whereas Birgit Fältskog was a very calm and careful woman who devoted herself to her children and household. Fältskog cites Connie Francis, Marianne Faithfull, Aretha Franklin and Lesley Gore as her strongest musical influences.
In this documentary the BBC have exclusive access to Agnetha Fältskog, 'The Girl with the Golden Hair' as the song goes, celebrating her extraordinary singing career which began in the mid-60s when she was just 15. Within just two years, she was a singing sensation at the top of the charts in Sweden.