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Heagård Rock och Bluesfestival 2015

Mikael Rickfors

Mikael Rickfors was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1948. From 1968 he was the lead singer and bass guitaristist in popular Swedish band Bamboo. The band released two singles before breaking up in 1970. Rickfors would later join the British rock group The Hollies.

In 1972 Rickfors joined popular British rock group The Hollies as a replacement for lead singer Allan Clarke who had left to pursue a solo career. Rickfors soon achieved an international hit as his first single with the group The Baby reached no. 26 in the UK as well as charting in various other territories. The band followed up by releasing the album Romany, with one song, Touch, written by Rickfors. This was a transitional period in the band's history and though the g...

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Mats Ronander

Mats Ronander, born 1 April 1954 in Sundsvall, Sweden, is a Swedish rock musician, guitar player, producer and composer.

Mats was born in Sundsvall, but grew up in Örebro. At the age of sixteen he succeeded Peps Persson as singer in the band Blues Quality. He was a member of the band Nature. The band backed up Ulf Lundell on a tour and three of Lundell's studio album as well as released a few records of their own. In 1979 he was one of ABBA's guitarists on their world tour.

The 1992 single "Gör mig lycklig nu" (written and performed with Dane Kim Larsen) and the album Himlen gråter för Elmore James produced by Max Lorentz were Ronander's most successful solo projects. Ronander was also a member of Low budget blues b...

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Kenny Håkansson


Played/Plays with Kebnekaise, Dag Vag and Psychadelic Dream among others. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Lasse Lindbom Band

Ray Reed (US)

About Ray Reed

Ray Reed, from Maypearl, a small town just south of Ft. Worth, TX, was born the son of sharecroppers in 1940. Granddad Willie Parramore showed Ray his first string, and he learned his first song from Uncle Bob. Growing up he listened to records on his grandma’s Victrola such as Lightnin’ Hopkins, Little Son Jackson, and Rosetta Tharpe. He saved his money from working in the cotton fields and at the age of 16 he bought his first guitar at a pawn shop in Ft. Worth. Ray said, “my sister, Lady Pearl, would show me some things she had learned, and I would play behind her singing and whoever might be with her playing around the house. That’s how I got started.” Another local guitar player, Oscar Spurrul, was always ja...

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