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Travels With Charley
-> lördag 14 juli 2012
Daflo Festivalen Wålstedts Gård
785 44 Dala-floda
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The debut album "Tingsek" from 29 year old Magnus Tingsek from Södra Sandby, a suburb of Lund and Malmö in southern Sweden, was released in Scandinavia in the summer of 2005. There have been rumblings from the Swedish indie sector about Magnus since he turned 20 when he got his first record deal with Ramblin Records in Lund - the neighbouring town of Malmö in the Swedish South. After having experienced first-hand the record industry's many ups and more downs over the last years - he has been working on his music - finely tuning a style that he can call his own. It all began in the town of Sodra Sandby where Magnus and his brother Anders (long time member of Christian Kjellvander's touring band) got access to the cellar at the local libra...
Syster Sol (Isabel Sandblom) is a reggae singer from Stockholm, Sweden. She was one of the co-founders of the band Livelihood, and played with them for many years. With them she released the album Escapizm (2006) followed by Sagans sånger (2007).
Her first solo album Dömd Att Bli Bedömd came in january of 2009 on the Swedish label SwingKids. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Räfven comes from Gothenburg, Sweden, and started as a street performance band in the summer of 2003. Either on stage or in the streets they capture their audience with their intense music and a sense of presence that demands you to stop and dance, laugh, sweat, shout and sing together with them. Their repertoire consists mainly of klezmer and folk music from Eastern Europe and Sweden, combined with their own material. Räfven don’t want to belong to any specific type of music; they will play anything as long as they find the core full of joy, melancholy, bitter-sweetness and life.
During the last four years they’ve been delivering their energy from stage, resulting in dance floors collapsing and full festival crowds following them i...
Idiot Wind is a previous stage name for Swedish musician Amanda Bergman. She now goes by her own name. Before Idiot Wind, Bergman has been known as both Jaw Lesson and Hajen.
Idiot Wind's first eponymously titled EP was released in November 2010 on self-managed label Häst.
In late 2010/early 2011 Bergman worked on a soundtrack for a feature film with The Tallest Man on Earth. The film, "Once a Year", directed by fellow Swede Gorki Glaser-Müller, is scheduled to be released late in 2011.
Amanda is also frequently seen on tour with The Tallest Man on Earth, and recordings of several collaborations have surfaced in the fan community. Read more on Last.fm . User-contribute...
Lé Betre ~ Leksand, Sweden
Blues Rock, Hard Rock
Lé Betrecreates music. Mostly blues influenced rock music. The band was founded in Leksand, a small village in Sweden back in 2011.
"If you close your eyes and pretend that you are not in Falun in 2013, one might think that you are in England, and that the year is 1972. But if you choose to keep your eyes open you also get the aesthetic that this music requires. The entire band's performance feels very professional, and the vocals, well, I don't know when I last heard a voice like that." - Dalarnas daily newspaper DT.se
Lé Betre is Marcus Jonsson on vocals/guitar, Anders Westman on guitar, Roger Lysén on Bass and Jonas Sahlberg on drums.