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Petter Löfström

Petter Löfström’s debut-CD Livets dörr was released in October 2004. Being musically inspired by American singer/songwriters from the 70s – with Jackson Browne as the main influence – the lyrics, however, are Swedish and deal with mid-life changes. Two of the songs have been translated and recorded in Spanish.

With the single Love Will Show You The Way/How, Petter changed both language and musical influences. The lyrics of the newly released CD Yield To Gravity are in English and the musical inspiration comes mainly from pop music of the 60s.

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Thomas Tjärnkvist

Thomas Tjärnkvist released his first full-length CD Ben fetur in February 2006. He has also released the two singles Hard Rain (2005) and The Leap (2006).

It’s very hard to categorize Thomas’ music. Some have described it as ”psycho music-hall”; others call him a ”Bacharach-crooner with something fishy in his cocktail”; another portrayed him as ”an accurate singer/songwriter in the spirit of Beck.

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Johan Westre

Johan Westre began his piano studies when he was 17 with the Swedish Radio Music School in Edsberg, under Prof. José Ribera. There he also studied chamber music under Frans Helmersson, Sven-Erik Bäck, and Lars Frydén. In 1985 he continued his studies at Mozarteum in Salzburg under Prof. Hans Leygraf. Since then he has performed recitals both in Sweden and abroad.

In October 2005 he released the CD Mozart Piano Sonatas which contains Mozart’s last three piano sonatas – C major (K 545), B flat major (K 570), and D major (K 576) – as well as the variations over Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (”Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman”, K 265)

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Dan Abrahamsson

Dan Abrahamsson (a.k.a. The Dan) has found his musical roots in the jazz fusion tradition of the 70s. The influences from artists such as Al di Meola, Mahvishnu Orchestra, Chic Corea, but also Pink Floyd and Brand X are evident. Rhythm and melody play a central role in his compositions which is often emphasized by his main instruments - guitar and drums. But the influence of the 70s can also be heard in the production of his debut album Split Vision? Split Mission!! where Dan has aimed to catch the joy and spontaneity by keeping almost uncut recordings of the first or second take.

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Susann Vegh och Johan Westre

For several years, Susann Vegh and Johan Westre had been performing songs and romances from the 18th and 19th century. As they looked for material to extend their repertoir, Johan came to think of Bo Linde whose compositions he had met as a teenager when he worked as a page turner at the Swedish Radio Broadcast Company (Sveriges Radio).

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