Eleanor Bodel (real name Bodil Ellinor Olsson) ( (1948-07-06) July 6, 1948 in Nacka, Sweden) is a Swedish pop singeress, who began perform for public in year 1968 in the orchestra of Bruno Glennmark and from 1969 as solo artist. Of her hits Sunday will never be the same (1968), One Way Ticket written by Neil Sedaka (1969) and a cover from a single of Del Shannon Keep Searchin' (1969) stays at the top ten of chart during a few weeks and were also as the number one.

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  • Eleanor Bodel (real name Bodil Ellinor Olsson) ( (1948-07-06) July 6, 1948 in Nacka, Sweden) is a Swedish pop singeress, who began perform for public in year 1968 in the orchestra of Bruno Glennmark and from 1969 as solo artist. Of her hits Sunday will never be the same (1968), One Way Ticket written by Neil Sedaka (1969) and a cover from a single of Del Shannon Keep Searchin' (1969) stays at the top ten of chart during a few weeks and were also as the number one. In 1969, Eleanor Bodel got also for four weeks to the top of Svensktoppen chart with the song Jag önskar att det alltid vore sommar, a Swedish-language version of It Might as Well Rain Until September., which had been composed by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and lyris in Swedish written by partly herself.Bodel finished her pop artist career 1972 and moved into Nordmaling, where she has worked with a singer Maria Pereboom aka "Suzie", managed a restaurant and an organization room of hospital, acted as a local active of the Swedish Social Democracy Party and a project "Kultur för seniorer. Kultur och hälsa." (in Swedish: "Culture for Seniors. Cultur and Health.") (en)
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  • Eleanor Bodel (real name Bodil Ellinor Olsson) ( (1948-07-06) July 6, 1948 in Nacka, Sweden) is a Swedish pop singeress, who began perform for public in year 1968 in the orchestra of Bruno Glennmark and from 1969 as solo artist. Of her hits Sunday will never be the same (1968), One Way Ticket written by Neil Sedaka (1969) and a cover from a single of Del Shannon Keep Searchin' (1969) stays at the top ten of chart during a few weeks and were also as the number one. (en)
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