ABBA singer Agnetha makes comeback as solo artist

Two years after iconic Swedish pop group ABBA returned with a new album, singer Agnetha Faltskog has announced she will unveil a new single as a solo artist this week.

"So... where do we go from here?" the 73-year-old asked in a post to Instagram late on Aug 29.

She said the single - also titled "Where Do We Go From Here?" - is set to premier on BBC Radio 2 on yesterday.

ABBA stars say ‘no way’ to Eurovision

Two members of ABBA have insisted in an interview yesterday that the Swedish pop icons won't perform at next year's Eurovision Song Contest in their homeland.

Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, one half of ABBA, downplayed the prospect despite Sweden hosting Eurovision on the 50th anniversary of the band's win - the country's first - with their breakthrough hit "Waterloo."

ABBA songs by IBB Orchestra

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IBB) City Orchestra will give a concert on Feb 10 at the Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall, performing the songs of the legendary pop group ABBA. The concert, to be conducted by Üstüner Büyükgönenç, will begin at 8 pm. The event is free of charge.

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ABBA return with new album after 40-year hiatus

Swedish pop sensation ABBA made a comeback on Nov. 5 with their new album "Voyage", nearly 40 years after they split up, with a digital avatar concert planned in London.

Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid - forming the acronym ABBA - have not released any new music since their split in 1982, a year after their last album "The Visitors".