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Swedish transcontinental rock-reggae band formed in 1977.
The bands early punk sound became more and more reggae-style, and the band itself calls it transcontinental rock-reggae.
Their popularity peak was in the 80s but they are still active today.
Per Odeltorp (Stig Vig) - bass, vcl (1977-2012, dead 2012)
Brynn Settels (Bumpaberra) - keyboards (1978, 1981-1983, 1988-1990, 1999-2001).
Ola Backström (Olsson) - gtr (1978-1979).
Kenny Håkansson (Beno Zeno) - gtr (1979-1981, 1988-1992, 1999-2010)'.
Johan Zachrisson (Zilverzurfarn) - gitarr, sång.
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Kajsa Grytt born June 20th, 1961 in Stockholm is a Swedish punk icon, guitarist, singer and songwriter. Sister of Per Grytt.
Kajsa Grytt was singer and guitarist in the band Tant Strul (1979-1985) and the duo Kajsa & Malena (1985-1988 and 1998), she also wrote most of the songs. In 1990 Kajsa formed the short-lived duo De missanpassade (Swedish for "The Misfits"), together with Johan Johansson from KSMB. Kajsa is now a solo artist who made a critically acclaimed comeback in 2003 and since then she has often played with David Giese. She has so far made four solo albums - on the latest album, Brott & Straff ("Crime & punishment", released in March 2006), several of the lyrics were written by female prisoners in Sweden. On the s...
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.
Peps Persson (Per-Åke Tommy Persson), born December 20, 1946 in Tjörnarp, Scania, south Sweden), is a singer, guitarist, harmonicist and text writer. His main genres are rhytm & blues and reggae, and he introduced reggae in Sweden during the early 1970s.
Peps's sound is very personal, thanks to his Scanian dialect and special voice. Peps has impressed black blues musicians from Chicago, something which should be seen as most unusual.
In 1973 he renamed his band Peps Bloodsband (previously known as Peps Bluesband), when the style got more and more reggae inspired. In the 1970s he made Swedish versions of classic Jamaican reggae tunes like "Small Axe,", "Stir it up," and "Talking Blues" (Bob Marley) ; "Mark of th...