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Göteborgs Visfestival 2-dagars
Loke + Dan Berglund + Maud Lindström + Christina Kjellsson + Jenny Almsenius + Maria Hörnelius + Lucas Stark + KG Malm + Gunnar Källström + Eva Borgström + Örjan Hjort + Bernt Andersson + Mathilda Magnusson + Alexandra Murdock och Henrik Karlsson
-> fredag 27 januari 2012
There are several artist called Loke:
Loke (1) Nyberg is a swedish singer and song writer who is mostly appreciated for his well made lyrics. Originally from the county of Dalarna and resident in Falun, but active in Göteborg since the 2000s where his fame began to grow. Previously a member of several bands, Il Cativo and Post (just "Post" actually but a last.fm name merge messes that up) among them.
He also plays in the world music band collective Räfven and is an appreciated participator at LARP (Live Action Role Playing) events and sometimes performs as the character Måns Klang.
Loke maintains an official swedish website at lokeloke.se
Loke (2) is the name of a dark psychedelic trance ...
Two Swedish musicians, a folk singer & the double-bass player:
1. Dan Berglund is an Swedish folk singer and guitarist, born in Helsinki, Finland in 1954. In the 70's he was affiliated with the Swedish Marxist-Leninist communist party (KPML(r)), but in '79 he turned his back on the party. He is most known for his album "En järnarbetares visor", released in 1975. He is still somewhat active and was again popularized when the Swedish left-wing punk/rock band EAK had at least one cover of his songs on each of their releases from the mid-90's to the last in 2000. More on: http://www.danberglund.com/Biografi.htm
2. Dan Berglund is a Swedish jazz double-bassist, former member of the critically acclaimed Swedish jazz trio Esbjörn Sve...
A feminist troubadour from Gothenburg, Sweden.
With her intellectual, love-critical and very charming songs, she sings with one of Swedens most equal bands, "Nåt För Alla".
Since 2001, she has been driving around feminist-festivals, rock-clubs, song-festivals cafés, singing songs, discussing sexualism, reading poetry and talking about love.
She refers to herself as:
"Kärlekskritisk bisexuell feministisk trubadur, krönikör och poet"
Which should be:
"Love-critical bisexual feministic troubadour, columnist and a poet" Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.