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Nick Lowe (US) + Tomas Andersson Wij + Sophia Knapp (US) + The Nomads + Karima Francis (UK) + Gustaf Törling + Loosegoats + Anna Järvinen (FI)
115 21 Stockholm
115 21 Stockholm
Nick Lowe (born Nicholas Drain Lowe, 24 March 1949, Walton-on-Thames, England) is a well-respected British singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. A pivotal figure in U.K. pub rock, punk rock, power pop, and new wave throughout the 70s and later, Lowe was a key member of bands such as Brinsley Schwarz and Rockpile (with Dave Edmunds). Perhaps best known for his songs "(What's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding" and "Cruel to Be Kind", he has also famously done production work for Elvis Costello. Along with vocals, Lowe plays guitar, bass guitar, piano, and harmonica. In addition to his band membership, Lowe has recorded a string of well-reviewed solo albums.
Lowe began his recording career in 1966 ...
Svensk singer/songwriter född och uppvuxen i Stockholm. Tidigare verksam som kulturjournalist på både Svenska Dagbladet och Expressen. Sjunger ofta om sin frikyrkliga uppväxt i Stockholmsförorten Fruängen. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Several bands over the years have recorded under the name The Nomads.
With over 40 singles and 12 full length recordings over a career spanning almost 30 years, the most prolific and certainly the most long-standing act recording and performing under the name The Nomads is the Swedish rock band whose original members were Hans Östlund (guitar), Nick Vahlberg (bass/guitar and vocals) and Joakim Tärnström (guitar/bass). With drummer Ed Johnson they cut their first single "Psycho" in 1981. Their first album, the mini-LP "Where the Wolfbane Blooms" followed in 1983. The band arguably has made a greater impact overseas than in their native country with their uncompromising guitar-based rock in the tradition of The Hives, Sator, Hel...