Who Is Benny Andersson’s Son?
Hans Peter Grönvall Musiker is a songwriter and the son of Swedish singer, musician, composer, and producer Benny Andersson. Benny Andersson is widely known as a member of the musical group ABBA, alongside Anni-Frid Lyngstad and two others. He has his band called Benny Anderssons orkester.
Benny Andersson co-composed the musicals Chess, Kristina från Duvemåla, and Mamma Mia! For the 2008 film version of Mamma Mia! and its 2018 sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. Aside from being a songwriter and celebrity child, Peter Grönvall is a celebrity spouse. He is married to Swedish singer-songwriter, radio hostess, actress, and musical artist, Nanne Grönvall.
Hans Peter Grönvall Musiker: Bio Summary
|Name||Hans Peter Grönvall Musiker|
|Famous as||Benny Andersson’s son, songwriter|
|Date of birth||August 20, 1963|
|Parents||Benny Andersson and Christina Grönvall|
|Siblings||Hélene Grönvall and Ludvig Andersson|
|Children||Charlie Grönvall, Felix Grönvall, and Robin Grönvall|
|Occupation||Songwriter, musician, and music producer|
To set the record straight, Hans Peter Grönvall Musiker is also known as Peter Grönvall. He was born on August 20, 1963, in Spånga, Sweden. He is 59 years old as of 2022. He is the son of Benny Andersson, a singer, musician, composer, producer, and Christina Grönvall.
Peter Grönvall’s parents got engaged but never got married. They were together until they separated in 1966. Their relationship was from 1961 to 1966. They were together for five years. They had two children, a son and a daughter who were given their mother’s surname. After their separation, Peter’s mother Christina kept custody of the children.
Peter Grönvall’s sister is Hélene Grönvall. Hélene was born in 1965, she is 57 years old as of 2022. Peter has a paternal half-brother called Ludvig Andersson. Ludvig was born in January 1982. He is 40 years old as of 2022. He is a producer, known for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018), Get Smart (2008), and The Circle (2015).
Ludvig Andersson has also formed his band. He is one of the producers of the concert residency ABBA Voyage. Peter Grönvall’s paternal grandparents are civil engineer Gösta Andersson (1912–1973) and Laila Andersson (1920–1971). Peter Grönvall’s educational details have not been found yet.
Peter Grönvall Is A Celebrity Spouse
Peter Grönvall has been married to Nanne Grönvall since 1994. Nanne Grönvall who was born Marianne Elisabeth Nordqvist is a Swedish singer-songwriter, radio hostess, actress, and musical artist. Her alternative names are her stage name Nanne or Marianne Elisabeth Grönwall.
Nanne Grönvall is credited for Babas bilar (2006), Heartbreak Hotel (2006), and Järnets änglar (2007). Peter Grönvall and Nanne Grönvall have been married for over two decades. Their union has lasted for 28 years and counting. They are happily married and enjoying each other’s company.
Peter Grönvall and Nanne Grönvall are parents of three children. Their children are Charlie Grönvall, Felix Grönvall, and Robin Grönvall. Robin Grönvall was born in 1986. Robin is 36 years old as of 2022. Charlie Grönvall was born in 1990. Charlie is 32 years old as of 2022. He is a singer by profession.
Felix Grönvall was born in 1992. Felix is 30 years old as of 2022. He is a musical artist.
Peter Grönvall’s Career
Peter Grönvall is a Swedish songwriter, musician, and music producer. During the 1990s, he established the Swedish pop group dubbed One More Time. The group consists of himself, his wife Nanne Grönvall, and Swedish singer Maria Rådsten.
Peter Grönvall and his wife Nanne Grönvall were members of One More Time from 1991 until 1997. The group won the Melodifestivalen 1996 final with the folk-ballad Den vilda, which is recorded in English as The Wilderness Mistress.
It got third place out of 23 in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996 behind Norway and winners Ireland. The song Highland is written by Peter Grönvall and his wife Nanne Grönvall. The song made its way into the charts all around Europe in 1994 and also sold gold in South Africa.
Members of One More Time, Peter, Nanne, and Maria Rådsten wrote the song “Det vackraste”, performed by Cecilia Vennersten. It became the first Swedish Song Contest song ever to receive a Grammy for “song of the year”. The song sold gold and platinum in Sweden and Norway.
The group, One More Time released the song in English, titled Living in a Dream (1997). The song was also translated and released in Holland with the Belgian singer Dana Winner in 1999, then with the song title “I’ll Sing A Song Today”.
Peter Grönvall and his wife Nanne Grönvall have written the movie theme songs “De Hjältemodiga” (1996) and “Vår Vitaste Ros” (1997), sung by Sanna Nielsen, both movies based on the Swedish author Astrid Lindgren’s Kalle Blomqvist-books.
Peter Grönvall is a composer, known for Babas bilar (2006), The Importance of Tying Your Own Shoes (2011), and Heartbreak Hotel (2006).