Don't You Worry Child description
"Don't You Worry Child" is a song by Swedish electronic dance group, Swedish House Mafia. It is the sixth and final single released before their indefinite hiatus, featuring vocals from Swedish singer John Martin. In the United States, it is the act's second number-one single on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, following "Save the World." It received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording in the 2013 Grammy Awards. The song is written in the key of B minor. The song was announced during the Swedish House Mafia's tour of Australia in early 2012 whilst they played at Future Music Festival 2012. They say it was made from the inspiration they took from the beauty of Australia. The title "Don't You Worry Child" was menti... Show Don't You Worry Child piano sheet
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Swedish House Mafia description
Swedish House Mafia is a Swedish electronic dance music trio consisting of three house disc jockeys and producers, Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso. The group officially formed in late 2008. The supergroup placed at number ten on the DJ Magazine Top 100 DJ Poll 2011 and have been called "the faces of mainstream progressive house music." On June 24, 2012, the group announced via their website that their current tour would be their last together.
Angello and Ingrosso met as children in Stockholm; Axwell did not become a member until years later when they contacted him after a chance meeting.
The first production that was released by Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso was "Get Dumb". It was produced with Laidback Luke and released in 2007. In 2009, they released "Leave The World Behind" with Laidback Luke... More piano sheets by Swedish House Mafia
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