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Charlie Norman was a Swedish pianist born on October 4, 1920.
Charlie Norman was born in Ludvika in central Sweden. His birth name was Karl-Eric Albert Norman.
Charlie Norman became skilled in boogie-woogie piano and was a leading player in 1940. His first single record was released in 1941, named Anitra's Dance Boogie. This single sold more than ten thousand copies. One of his recordings became Sweden's first gold record. Charlie Norman married Dagny Knutsson in 1949. They had a son named Lennie Norman and a daughter named Lena Norman. Charlie Norman died on August 13, 2005, at the age of 84.
He appeared on a TV show with Edith Piaf in 1947.
Charlie Norman had a net worth in the range of $1-3 million from his music profession.
Details on his annual income are unavailable.
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Charlie Norman died on August 13, 2005. At the time of his death, he was around 84 years old.
Charlie Norman was born on October 4, 1920. He was born in Ludvika in Central Sweden, and his birth name was Karl-Eric Albert Norman. From a very young age, he was interested in music and started playing trumpets in the school orchestra. He also started learning to play the piano. His parents didn't want him to be a musician without a proper job. So, he briefly worked as a lathe operator in ASEA. Any details related to him having any siblings are unavailable.
He married a woman named Dagny Knutsson after dating her for some time in 1949. They had two children, a son named Lennie Norman and a daughter named Lena Norman. Any details on his earlier dating life or relationships are unavailable.
Charlie Norman was a famous Swedish musician, entertainer, and pianist. Charlie Norman became skilled in boogie-woogie piano and was a leading player in 1940. His first single record was released in 1941. His single record was named Anitra's Dance Boogie. This single sold more than ten thousand copies at the time of release. One of his recordings became Sweden's first gold record. In the ’70s and ’80s, Charlie Norman collaborated with his son, Lennie Norman, who is a comedian. They wrote ten seasons of the Canary Islands, which helped entertain Sweden's tourists.
The list of awards won by Charlie Norman are:
SKAP stipend in 1966
Fred Winter stipend in 1993
Lisebergsapplåden in 1997
Grammis Honorary Award in 1997
H. M. The King's Medal, eighth size with blue ribbon on January 28, 1998
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