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Golden Times said thank you and goodbye at home


Thanks. It was the message on the signs that many in the audience held in the direction of the stage when Gyllene Tider played the last song of the evening which set the mark for the 40 years that the pop band from Halmstad existed. - What a trip we made, says Per Gessle shortly after the band left the stage.

It became emotional for Golden Times when they finished their farewell tour at home in Halmstad on Saturday.

- The tear ducts were dampened when people started holding up the thank-you signs during the last song "When all the friends went home". I didn't think I would be able to sing then, ”says Micke Syd Andersson to SVT News Halland immediately after the concert.

Gessle: "Grumpy but lovely"

Tonight's final in honor, the crowd in Halmstad got a little surprise in the middle of the cavalcade of hits. Niklas Strömstedt guest starred on "Marie in the Switch", whose text he wrote with Per Gessle once in a while.

- It feels nostalgic and melancholy but also wonderful. It is so wonderful to be able to enjoy this contact with the audience. What a trip we made, Per Gessle says about the feelings after waving goodbye to the audience.

In the clip you can see the audience's tribute to the band and hear how Per Gessle compares the tour with a famous Roxette title.

Source: svt

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