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Rigmor Gustafsson is a Swedish jazz singer born in 1966. She studied at Musikhögskolan (The University of Music) in Stockholm, to continue her studies in Mannes College of Music in New York. In 1995, she formed Rigmor Gustafsson Quintet, to release her first CD "In The Light Of Day" in 1997. With Rigmor Gustafsson Quintet she toured Sweden and Germany at the same time as she was a singing teacher at her former school, Musikhögskolan in Stockholm - a job that she kept between year 1996 and 2000.
Since then, Rigmor Gustafsson has released another five albums (1998's "Plan #46", 2000's "Live På Mosebacke" ("Live At Mosebacke"), 2003's "I Will Wait For You", 2004's "Close To You" and 2006's "On My Way To You"), participated in the...
Georg "Jojje" Wadenius is a swedish jazz- and bluesguitarist, bass-player and singer, living in the US for many years in the 80s and 90s. He is a former member of the groups "Made in Sweden", "Saturday Night Live Band" and "Blood, Sweat and Tears", but is perhaps most famous for his interpretations of childrens book-author Barbro Lindgren's lyrics on the record Goda'Goda'.
Lately he have been playing with his own jazz band, Jojje Wadenius Band and released another solo children's record (2003) called Zzoppa. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Arild Andersen (born October 27, 1945) is a Norwegian bass player. He started out as a member of the Jan Garbarek Quartet (1967-1973), with Terje Rypdal and Jon Christensen. In the same period he also worked with the Norwegian singer Karin Krog and played in the rhythm section for visiting American musicians including Phil Woods, Dexter Gordon, Hampton Hawes, Johnny Griffin, Sonny Rollins, and Chick Corea. During this time, he also worked with Don Cherry and George Russell. Andersen has recorded over a dozen albums for ECM Records as band leader, and appeared on many others as side man. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Jan Lundgren, born in Kristianstad in southern Sweden on March 22nd 1966, and raised in Ronneby, Blekinge, had his first piano lessons at age five. He was soon discovered to have an exceptional musical talent. After a long period of classical training, he discovered jazz more or less by chance in the late 1980’s. He was instantly hooked, rapidly absorbed the jazz piano tradition from Oscar Peterson, Erroll Garner to Bud Powell and Bill Evans, and acquired a depth of knowledge of the Great American Songbook like possibly no other European jazz pianist.
While sailing through his studies at the renowned Royal College of Music in Malmö, he also took up a busy schedule as a professional musician that quickly helped to build his rep...