Scottish Supertroopers are a long established popular Abba tribute band across the UK. They constantly sell-out theatre shows and are regarded as one of UK’s most spectacular tributes to ABBA.
The show covers all of ABBA’s well-known hits and equally brilliant less-known album tracks to an extremely high standard. Scottish Supertroopers formed in 2003 and now command an unsurpassed reputation for faithful reproduction ABBA’s complexity of both music and harmony.
The show is presented with contemporary originality. They have also performed at prestigious outdoor festivals across the UK and regularly share the stage with celebrity acts plus stars of X Factor & Britain’s Got Talent.
Scottish Supertroopers – Abba Tribute Band
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ABBA was a Swedish pop music group who had many hits in the 1970s in Stockholm and early 1980s. ABBA was the most commercially successful pop group of the 1970s.
The name “ABBA” is made from the first letter of each member’s first name:
A gnetha Fältskog
B jörn Ulvaeus
B enny Andersson and
A nni-Frid Lyngstad.
ABBA became very popular after they won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974. They had many hits. These included “Dancing Queen”, “SOS”, “Mamma Mia”, and “Waterloo”. Most of their songs were written by Ulvaeus and Andersson.
They broke up in 1982, but their music is still popular. It has appeared in movies (including the Australian movies The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and Muriel’s Wedding) and the musical Mamma Mia!.
All 4 ABBA members had local music careers before ABBA even formed. Frida and Agnetha were both solo singers. Benny and Bjorn both had their own individual bands. In 1966, Benny and Bjorn both met and decided to write songs together. In 1969, Bjorn met Agnetha and Benny met Frida. All four friends met together and decided to work together to record songs. (Wikipedia)