Quirky Swedish indie rocker Timo Raisanen developed his signature falsetto as a child, during his five-year stint in the Gothenburg boys' choir. He eventually went on to rise to demi-stardom as the boyish backup vocalist for Her Majesty and later for Håkan Hellström. Snagging a record deal with Razzia, Raisanen went solo in 2005 with Lovers Are Lonely, which spawned a self-titled single and "Don't Let the Devil Ruin It All." I'm Indian followed it up a year later. Raisanen's third studio effort, Love Will Turn You Around, was slated for release in late summer 2007. The first single from that album, "Sweet Marie," was released in the spring of that year. ~ Margaret RegesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
© 2014 Rovi Corporation.