Abba on drugs, Eminem and why writing great pop is a job for young people
In 1974 Abba won the Eurovision Song Contest. More than forty years on, they are one of the best-loved and most respected bands in pop history. Tim Jonze, writes in The Guardian, of his conversation with Björn Ulvaeus and Frida Lyngstad, where they speak about sadness, jealousy and why they don't rule out recording together again.
From The Guardian