Per Gessle - Steppin' stone rehearsal -

And some new photos as well.

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Another videos, another day of rehersals

He is presenting another video on as well as new photos. Nice to see that they have such a good time.

Martinique will sing in the opening of the tour


Martinique is Helena's husband and he will be singing in the opening of the concerts. He started a blog with nice impression about the rehersals, the upcoming tour and Stockholm as well. You can check it here.


More news & movies from Per

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Per from today's rehersal

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It's official: Marie will join Per in his tour!

Per announced via Facebook that Marie will join him in his Party Crasher tour, but only in the concerts inside Sweden. She'll sing with Per all the Roxette songs in the program.
"I couldn't keep the secret anymore, it's way too cool!", sais Per.

Per Gessle saying hello from the rehearsals

Per needs your help

Per and the gang are having a blast rehearsing. "7Twenty7 has never been this loud!" Check out for more photos.
Per is also asking for songs to play:

Per Gessle: Roxette Return Will Happen

Per Gessle is a massive pop star in Sweden.
He's sold millions of albums worldwide, sold out stadiums, had multiple comebacks and headed successful solo and band careers. But you only know him (if you do) as "the guy from Roxette."Gessle's musical endeavours of late have been focused on Sweden, doing material in his native language. But Party Crasher, his shiny-new English pop record, will be released internationally."I've been very lucky," Gessle said in his clean Swedish accent. "In addition to Roxette and my solo English career, I have a Swedish thing going.
"My previous band [Gyllene Tider], which is enormous in Sweden, and since 2003 my solo career has also had massive success. So I've been really fortunate to be able to pick and choose between all of them, basically."That is one of the reasons that I wanted to do Party Crasher, because I thought, 'Hey, I have to leave this country because I've been touring so much here.' You know that old saying, 'How can we miss you if you won't go away?'
"I felt like that here. I've released so much music because I have so many branches on the tree. I'm like Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'm a movie star and a politician."Party Crasher was produced with longtime collaborators Clarence Ofwerman and Christoffer Lundquist (who've worked with him since the glory days of Roxette) and is a pure pop effort complete with '80s synths, heavily melodic ballads and a punchy Euro-dance sound. First single "Silly Really" is a perfect example of the new direction.

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