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EP's Trailer Park was founded in 1999 by singer and songwriter Eric Palmqwist and quickly became one of the more hyped bands in the early twenty-first century americana wave in Sweden. With Eric's voice and songwriting as EP's Trailer Park's musical core, there has been a steady stream of talented musicians appearing in the band. Former members include Tobias Froberg, Magnus Tingsek, Arvid Lind (Popsicle) and Björn Yttling from Peter, Bjorn & John among others.
The band has previously managed to release three full length albums and an EP, played support act to Jose Gonzalez, Christian Kjellvander, Great Lake Swimmers, Beth Orton and Buddy Miller, and played at festivals and venues such as Hultsfred, Royal Albert Hall, Emmaboda and t...
Nicolai Dunger is a singer and acoustic songwriter from Piteå in Sweden. He has released eleven EPs and albums, singing primarily in English, and collaborated notably with Will Oldham, Mercury Rev, the Esbjörn Svensson jazz trio and Ebbot Lundberg.
A former football player, Nicolai was signed by the Telegram label of Warner records, releasing two albums that did not sell enough copies to enable him to give up his part-time job as a gardener.
A meeting with Ebbot Lundberg of the Swedish band Soundtrack of our Lives led to two further albums, a tour with Emiliana Torrini and the use of one of his songs in an advertisement for an oil company. This small influx of cash enabled the production of a tr...
Emily Barker (born 1983 in Bridgetown, Western Australia) is an Australian songwriter and singer. In addition to a solo album "Photos. Fires. Fables.", she recorded two album as the-low-country. Currently she performs and records as Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo.
As a teenager, Barker was known to sing heavy metal and soul covers at high-school assemblies. She first entered the British music scene via the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2002, where she appeared with Rob Jackson, Boo Hewerdine’s guitarist. The success of this performance led them to form a band called the-low-country, in which Barker was the songwriter and front person. They released two albums (the first being in 2003), played numerous alt-country venues and fes...