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Barabara Hendricks Bluesband

Barbara Hendricks (US)

Barbara Hendricks (born 20 November 1948) is an American-born operatic soprano and concert singer. She is also known for her work as a human rights activist. Hendricks is currently a citizen of Sweden.
Hendricks was born in Stephens, Arkansas. She graduated from the University of Nebraska with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and chemistry at the age of 20. She then attended Juilliard School of Music in New York, where she studied with mezzo-soprano Jennie Tourel and graduated with a bachelor's degree in music.
In 1974, Hendricks made her professional operatic debut in Europe at the Glyndebourne Festival and in America at the San Francisco Opera. During her career, she has appeared at all major opera houses throughout the wor...

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Mathias Algotsson

Max Schultz

Max Schultz started to play guitar at the age of 10 after attending a Jimi Hendrix concert. A year later he got his first electric guitar and he soon started the band Rena VŠtskor with friends from school. They gigged in small clubs in and around Stockholm and Swedish Televison made a film about the band in 1979.

A year later Max played guitar in Jah-maica, a reggae band founded by singer Ron Simmons. The same year he met bass player Christian Paulin and joined his group Mynta. Max worked with them for seven years, recording three albums with them: Havanna Club in 1983, Short Conversation in 1985 and Indian Time in 1988. During that period the band played a lot of live gigs all over Scandinavia and at international ...

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Clas Lassbo

Chris Montgomery