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Mando Diao

Mando Diao are a rock band from Borlänge, Sweden. According to the band, the name Mando Diao has no meaning at all, but rather appeared to band member Björn Dixgård in a dream. Their sound is influenced by The Animals and Oasis.

The roots of Mando Diao date back to 1995 when Björn Dixgård was a member of a band called Butler. Band members came and went; four years later, the remaining line-up chose to proceed more seriously in their musical efforts. Björn Dixgård and Gustaf Norén locked themselves up in a summer house and spent six months writing songs. The now-renamed band, along with Samuel Giers and Carl-Johan Fogelklou, made their first public performances in the clubs of their hometown Borlänge in 1999. A local writer de...

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Sven-Ingvars is a pop/rock group from Slottsbron, Sweden.
The band was formed in 1956 by Sven Svärd, drums Ingvar Karlsson, guitar and accordion and Sven-Erik Magnusson, song, guitar and clarinet. Later Rune Bergman joined on bass guitar and even later Sven-Olof Petersson on tenor and baritone saxophone.
The group made their first EP as a quartet in the early 1960s (Guitar Boogie). In the mid 1960s the group was popular in Sweden with hits such as "Te' dans me' Karlstatösera", "Ett litet rött paket", "Fröken Fräken", "Börja om från början", "Säj inte nej, säj kanske, kanske, kanske" and many others.

Sven-Erik Magnusson and Ingvar Karlsson are the only two members of the band since the start back in 1956. Since the ...

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Bo Kaspers Orkester

Bo Kaspers orkester is a Swedish jazz-rock band formed in 1991 consisting of Bo Sundström, Fredrik Dahl, Michael Malmgren and Mats Schubert. Bo Sundström calls himself Bo Kasper while playing with the band, but uses his normal name for his solo project.

Since the first album release in 1993, Bo Kaspers orkester has released nine successful albums and has become one of the most recognized and popular bands in Sweden.

Known for their decently deep lyrics and relaxing jazz sound, Bo Kaspers orkester has become possibly the most well-known Swedish jazz band ever. The band won a Grammis award in 1998 for artist of the year were nominated for a Grammis award in 2007.

Bo Sundström released the solo album "Skåne"...

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