- The Hep Stars are a Swedish rock band formed in Stockholm in 1963. During 1965–1966 the band was the most successful of contemporary 1960s Swedish pop groups performing in the English language.
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Hep Stars. 6.1 Studio albums. 6.2 Live albums. 6.3 Singles (1964–1969) 5. "Isn't It Easy To Say (Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus) 6. "Lady Lady.
The group scored 20 hits in the Swedish Top Ten thru the summer of 1969, among them nine songs that topped the charts. They also released five more albums: The Hep Stars (1966), Jul Med Hep Stars (Christmas with the Hep Stars) (1967), Songs We Sang (1968), and Hep Stars Pa Svenska (1969).
Tidigare medlemmar Lennart Hegland - Bas (1963–1973) Christer Petterson - Trummor (1963–1971) Benny Andersson - Orgel (1964–1969) Hans Östlund - Orgel (1963–1964) Kookie Tian - Sång (1969–1973) Josephine Tian - Sång (1969–1973) Simon Gajzler – Gitarr (1969–1973) Peter Molin – Trummor (1971–1973) ...
About Hep Stars The chances are that, had ABBA never come along making Benny Andersson (and his three partners in the group) into an international pop/rock star, no one outside of Sweden would ever have heard of the Hep Stars.
About The Hep Stars. The chances are that, had ABBA never come along making Benny Andersson (and his three partners in the group) into an international pop/rock star, no one outside of Sweden would ever have heard of the Hep Stars. They were the hottest rock band of the mid-to late '60s in Sweden, however, considered by some to be that country's answer to the Beatles.