After their first two albums, Linn stepped out of the spotlight. She became depressed. She refused to appear on stage at concerts or in music videos. In some pictures, she was hiding behind the other members. In other pictures, she appeared very ill.
Jenny's solo song, "Ravine," from their 1995 album, The Bridge, was based on the night of April 27, 1994. She was staying with her mother, and their home was attacked by a crazed woman that followed them home. The woman stabbed Jenny's mother.
In all the Ace of Base songs, you mostly hear Jenny or Linn singing the most, but there were a few songs with rapping vocals provided by Ulf.
Jonas is also known as "Joker."
Jonas Berggren is the oldest member of both the Berggren siblings and of Ace of Base.
Jenny and Linn used to sing in a church choir.
Before joining Ace of Base, Jenny used to work at a cafe, and she was also a casino croupier.
In the 1980s, the Berggren siblings formed a Techno band called "Tech Noir." They got together with Johnny Linden and Nicklas Trank.
Linn stands at 5 ft. 6 in, and Jenny stands at 5 ft 7 in.
Ulf Ekberg's nickname is "Buddha."
Linn can speak several different languages other than her own, including English, Spanish, French, Russian, and German.
Before joining Ace of Base and becoming a singer, Linn was training to become a high school teacher.
Jenny is the youngest sibling in the Berggren family and the youngest member of Ace of Base.
The Sign (1992)
The Bridge (1995)
Cruel Summer (1998)
Da Capo (2002)
Jenny married her long-time boyfriend, Jakob Petrén, on September 18, 2004.
Guinness World Records awarded their first album as the "Best-Selling Debut Album."
The band was formed in 1990.
Their first album was released in 1992.
Ace of Base sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
Jenny Berggren: Do not own more than you can afford to lose. If you lose it, just think that someone else has got it now. Works good on stolen wallets.
Linn Berggren: Don't cry for things you can change.