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Louise Hoffsten

Louise Hoffsten is a swedish blues and rock singer. Born in the small Swedish town Linköping and with a jazz trumpet playing father, Gunnar Hoffsten, she was on to music early.

Her career started as singer in the popular Swedish band Clas Yngström & Sky High in the mid 80's. After she left Sky High she started her solo career.

Supported by one of Sweden's most popular rock band at the time, Wilmer X, she released her debut album 1987, Genom Eld och Vatten. This was rewarded as the best debut album that year. She continued recording blues rock albums in swedish for some years.
In 1993 she switched to a major label company and issued a new album with English lyrics, Rhythm & Blonde. After that the career declined...

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In January of 1988, amidst the frozen badlands of Västerås, Sweden, a gang of Vikings decided to heat things up by forming a rockabilly trio. They would call themselves the Go Getters. Fourteen years later the ensuing inferno rages like an oil fire out of control. Led by standup drummer and chief songwriter Peter Sandberg on lead vocals, the Go Getters have electrified audiences around the world with their own custom blend of ass-kickin’, blues-marinated, high-octane, mega-watt rockabilly boogie. After appearing on several compilation albums in the late 1980’s, the Go Getters released their first single, You Don’t Love Me, in 1992. The platter soon topped the European roots music charts and led to the release of their debut LP, Real Gone...

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