Born Linda Carlsson and known to her fans as Miss Li, this jazz and blues vocalist released a Swedish chart-topping duet (with Lars Winnerback) titled "Om Du Lamnade Mig Nu," as well as successful solo albums titled Dancing the Whole Way Home (2009), Tangerine Dream (2012), and Wolves (2013).
She released her debut studio album, Late Night Heartbroken Blues, in 2006. The recording peaked at number sixty on the Swedish music chart; her second album, God Put a Rainbow in the Sky, rose to number twenty-nine.
Her song "Don't Try to Fool Me" was featured on the soundtracks of the American television shows Grey's Anatomy and Weeds. In addition, her singles "My Heart Goes Boom," "Forever Drunk," and "True Love Stalker," were all featured on television programs and/or commercials.
A native of Borlange, Sweden, she later settled in Stockholm.
She collaborated with Swedish pop singer Amanda Jenssen on the 2010 track "Bourgeois Shangri-La."