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Pugh Rogefeldt

Rogefeldt made his breakthrough in the late 1960s with albums such as Ja, dä ä dä and Pughish. Unlike most other Swedish pop musicians who wanted to achieve international success, he sang in Swedish. One song which is commonly associated with Rogefeldt is Små lätta moln. Other major hits include Här kommer natten, Föräldralåten, Hog Farm, Dinga Linga Lena and Stockholm. In the 1970s, he toured with this band Rainrock, together with Ola Magnell and Janne Lucas Persson. A live double LP was released from this tour, entitled Ett steg till.
In the early 1990s, he was also a member of Grymlings, alongside Göran Lagerberg, Mikael Rickfors and Magnus Lindberg.

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Mike Peters (UK)

Mike Peters first rose to prominence in the mid-80s as lead singer of the Welsh band The Alarm, leaving that group in 1991 to begin a solo career. After the infamous Brixton academy gig, he retreated to a small church in North Wales to write new material for his solo career. Over a year later he emerged, refreshed, and contacted The Alarm's fan club. He then went on tour and funded his own fan club, The MPO (Mike Peters organization), he hasn't looked back since. In 1992 he held The Gathering, a weekend long gig held in his hometown Rhyl. The Gathering is now in it's 14th year in Llandudno (a bigger venue!). His first album ‘Breathe’ was an underground success. It was then that he was diagnosed with Non- Hodgkin’s Lymphatic Cancer. He k...

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Abramis Brama

A premier hard rock band formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 1997. Abramis Brama plays a heavy mix of 70s hard rock, stoner rock and progressive rock. Lyrics are only in Swedish, except for Nothing Changes (released 2003), with lyrics in English. Fifth studio album, Smakar Söndag, was nominated for a P3 Guld award in 2010. Sixth studio album, Enkel Biljett, is released in May 2014.

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