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Swedish band that started out in 1994 as a country/rockabilly band, which then merged with the members of Apache and founded the Weeping Willows. According to their website, " The Weeping Willows have played in cafés for a cup of coffee and they have headlined the biggest Scandinavian festivals. They have stayed the same but they have also changed a lot. They have spread their music further than they could have imagined yet they are still quite anonymous. Variation, just the way they like it. It’s all about the music.
Sofia Karlsson (born 1975 in Enskede, Sweden), is a swedish folk singer. Sofia Karlsson grew up in Enskede, Stockholm. She attended the Folk music dept. of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Between 1998 and 2002 she was a full time member in Swedish folk music act Groupa . In 2002 she released her debut solo album “ Folk Songs ”. In 2005 she made her public breakthrough with her second album “ Svarta Ballader ” (Black ballads).
Johan Johansson is the original member of the swedish punkband KSMB , which he and his high school friends started in the late 70's. After he left that band (1982) he started another one called Strindbergs , which he later got kicked out of in 1985. Then he made a record with Stockholms Negrer and joined them on tour for three months before starting a new band called John Lenin . At first they called themselves John Lennon, but changed it before they released anything.
Mange Schmidt has been in the game for awhile but never made such a big noise for himself. He grew up in Stockholm where he started to listen to Hiphop as soon as it got to sweden in the 80's. The first record he ever bought was "The Message," a 12" with the text on the back of the record. It was a masterpiece. He is mostly know for the album, "Greatest Hits", in which he performs covers of american rap songs with Swedish lyrics. The album was passed on in mixtapes during the late 1990s - 2000. An example is that he made The Notorious B.