About Danny Saucedo
February 25, 1986
|Place of Birth||:||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Also Known As||:||Danny, Daniel Gabriel Alessandro Saucedo Grzechowski|
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Swedish singer and songwriter often presented just as Danny, who competed as one of the finalists in Idol 2006 — the Swedish version of Idol where he got to the top 6 before being eliminated. Danny has released three music albums and eleven music singles as a solo artist. His debut album Heart Beats and the three singles "Tokyo", "Play It for the Girls" and "Radio" topped the Swedish charts. He was also simultaneously a member of Swedish pop trio E.M.D. with Erik Segerstedt and Mattias Andréasson, which was active between 2007–2010. The trio released three albums and eight singles (of which one album and four singles topped the Swedish charts). The band won a Grammis for Song of The Year 2008 with "Jennie Let Me Love You". He has competed in Melodifestivalen three times, every time as both artist and songwriter. In 2009 E.M.D. finished third with "Baby Goodbye", and as a solo artist he finished second in 2011 with "In the Club", and in 2012 second, this time with "Amazing". Danny is an established artist in Sweden, has been praised by his Swedish colleagues and is described as humble and dedicated to his fans. "If Only You" was his first UK single, featuring Therese. It was a number one hit in Russia and Poland.