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Lars Demian, trubadur, född år 1957 i Halmstad.
Är även aktiv inom teatern. Har skrivit manus och musik till barnprogrammet Ika i rutan i SVT. Heter egentligen Lars Bengtsson. Enligt egen utsago är alla hans låttexter självupplevda utom en. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Ola Magnell, born 20/1 1946 at Skälby gård, Kalmar, is a Swedish singer, songwriter, and guitarist.
Magnell is often considered to belong to the Swedish progg-movement even if he often problemized their political idéas.
He also had his music labeled at Metronome, for whitch he was very criticized for by the progg-movement.
Magnell's lyrics was too not enough "plakatpolitiska", as expected by the musical movements leaders.
The word artist Magnell was more interested in the existential way, but he still had some sharp politic songs. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Andersson came to New Orleans in 1990 to play violin with fellow singer-songwriter and Swede, Anders Osborne. Nine years later, she left the band. Since then, Andersson has performed and recorded with several well-known New Orleans musicians, including Allen Toussaint, The Neville Brothers, The Meters and Betty Harris. In 2007, she accepted an invitation to participate in Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino, where she performed "When The Saints Go Marching In" with The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Andersson has performed Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and has been a performer at the Voodoo Festival in New Orleans.
Andersson in 2006
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The Spotnicks are an instrumental rock group from Sweden, who were formed in 1961. They were famous for wearing "space suit" costumes on stage, and for their innovative electronic guitar sound. They have since released 42 albums, selling more than 18 million records, and still tour.
The Spotnicks originated from "Rock-Teddy and The Blue Caps", a group formed in 1957 in Gothenburg by guitarist Bo Winberg (born 27 March 1939), with Bo Starander (born 11 March 1942) (rhythm guitar), and Björn Thelin (born 27 June 1942) (bass guitar). In 1958 they added Ove Johansson (drums), changed their name to "The Frazers", and began playing regularly in local clubs. They signed a recording contract in 1961, and changed the...
Thorsten Flinck, born April 17, 1961 in Solna, is a Swedish director, actor and musician. He worked at "Dramaten" between 1986 and 2002 as a director and as a actor.
In 2005, he realesed his first solo album Vildvuxna rosor, which features covers of five songs by Björn Afzelius, a cover of Lena Philipsson's "Dansa i neon", a cover of Nationalteatern's "Rövarkungens ö", and a Swedish version of "Where the Wild Roses Grow", originally by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Kylie Minogue. Totta Näslund, Ola Salo, and Monica Törnell provides guest vocals on the album.
He released Thorsten Flinck Och Revolutionsorkestern in 2011, followed whit En Dans På Knivens Egg 2012 and Till Flickorna På Upplandsgatan 71 Från Fiaskot Mi...