Ann Christine

Ann-Christine Nyström (born 26 July 1944, Helsinki) is a Finnish singer who performed on the Eurovision contest in 1966 in Luxembourg with the song "Playboy".[1]

She chose to end her musical career in 1973 after 11 years in show business, and has been living in Stockholm, Sweden, since 1976. In spite of Swedish being her native language she recorded all her songs in Finnish or English.


Preceded by
Viktor Klimenko
with Aurinko laskee länteen
Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Varjoon - suojaan

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