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- Phone: (46) 8 686 6300
- Fax: (46) 8 686 6301
August 01, 2014 2:00 PM
Jill Johnson is a Swedish singer/songwriter who has devoted herself to country music. She got her start at a young age, acting as the vocalist of a country band that toured throughout Denmark and Norway when she was twelve years old. Johnson has visited Nashville, Tennesse numerous times in order to get an authentic feel for the music. Her country rock and pop music has made her one of Sweden's most successful artists.
August 02, 2014 2:00 PM
Singer songwriter Peter LeMarc released his debut album Buick in 1982 and while it was well received by critics, the LP largely went unnoticed by the general public. This reoccurred with his four subsequent albums, until his breakthrough came with his 1987 self-titled album. After that, his popularity increased and he has won several awards and been praised by critics and fans alike.
August 03, 2014 2:00 PM
Over his long and storied career, Neil Young has participated in a wide array of musical endeavors. He started as a solo musician in his home country, Canada, before enlisting in the ranks of the psychedelic folk outfit Buffalo Springfield, where he added a distinct tone to the band with his characteristic electric guitar playing. After Buffalo Springfield disbanded, Young found himself as a rouge agent in the myriad of rock bands that existed in Los Angeles during the late 1960s. When the folk ensemble Crosby, Stills & Nash asked Young to step on board as a full type member he accepted and the group was aptly renamed Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. After releasing a string a successful albums with the group, contentions started to arise and Young decided to leave. His leave of absence from the renowned group would not hinder his solo career, though; in fact it would do the opposite. Without three other musicians trying to direct the path of his music, Young was free to do as he pleased and over his decades-long career he has covered many grounds including grunge, country, alt-folk and psychedelia.
August 04, 2014 8:00 PM
Joshua Radin is a musician, singer and author from the United States. He's close friends with director and actor Zach Braff (Scrubs), who has supported him throughout his career. In fact, he received a lot of attention when his single was featured on an episode of the TV series Scrubs. Many others followed and his career has been very rewarding. While touring he has shared the stage with Tori Amos, Sheryl Crow and Maria Taylor, just to name a few.Radin released his debut We Were Here early in 2006. All his songs have a folky feel to them, and possess faint remnants of Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens and Simon and Garfunkel. Distorted vocal sounds are his trademark.
August 04, 2014 8:00 PM
Tove Nilsson, who performs and releases music under her Tove Lo guise, is a pop singer/songwriter from Stockholm, Sweden.Filling her songs with lilting, minimalist electronic beats and lurching synthesizer accompaniments, Nilsson has managed to stumble upon a unique sound that's well suited for Scandinavia's sprawling modern music scene. Though Nilsson has been around the music industry for a while, helping form the provocative alternative rock actTremblebee in 2006, she officially launched her solo endeavors in 2012 with the release of her debut single, "Love Ballad."
August 06, 2014 8:00 PM
August 06, 2014 9:00 PM
As the eldest daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash proves that talent does not fall far from the tree. Though primarily categorized as a country artist, Rosanne has dabbled in genres that range from pop to the blues. Since debuting her first album in the late 1970s, Rosanne Cash has met with commercial and critical success, releasing hits that would consistently wind themselves up on multiple country music top ten lists. Cash has also earned herself several Grammy nominations, including one win for Best Female Country Music Performance for the song "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me" in 1985.
August 08, 2014
Carl Craig is a Detroit-based techno music producer, composer and DJ who is known for using elements from a vast range of genres such as jazz, world music and soul. After establishing himself as a huge up and coming force of EDM with his debut album Landcruising, in 1995, he began to operate under several different monikers, proving that he could continue to produce innovative music without the power behind his real name. Craig released 1995's The Sound of Music, as 69 followed by The Secret Tapes of Doctor Eich, in 1996 under the alias Paperclip People before releasing his second album under his real name, More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art, in 1997. A mainstay in Detroit's techno scene, Craig co-founded the Detroit Electronic Music Festival in 2000 and runs his own Detroit-based label, Planet E Communications.
August 13, 2014 7:30 PM
August 14, 2014 7:30 PM
Writer, poet and one of the biggest names on the Swedish music scene; Ulf Lundell released his debut album Vargmåne in 1975 and his breakthrough came the following year with the novel "Jack." Between 1975 and 2010 he has released 13 novels and 24 albums. His most famous song "Öppna landskap" on the 1982 album Kär och galen was once suggested as the new national anthem of Sweden.
August 15, 2014 9:00 PM
August 17, 2014