Agnetha Fältskog was born on 5 April 1950 in Jönköpping, Sweden. As a child, she began taking piano lessons, singing in a choir, and composing her first songs. At the age of ten, she formed the trio The Cambers with two of her friends and performed on local stages. After a stint in the group of a certain Bernt Enghardt and a work as a switchboard operator, Agnetha Fältskog was offered a contract at CBS in 1967. She began with a fanfare with the single “Jag var så kär” which is number one in Sweden in January 1968. His early career is enriched by several other local hits that are grouped in 1973 in the best of Agnetha Fältskog Bästa. Meanwhile, the singer met Björn Ulvaeus in 1968 with whom she married in 1971. It was this meeting that led to the formation of ABBA with a couple of their friends Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Benny Andersson.