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Born in Trollhattan, Sweden , The Swede discovered a love for music very early. Inspired by Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Hendrix, he started his own band at the age of 9. At 18 he left Sweden and headed for Los Angeles to follow his dream. He found himself a promising career in Hollywood. To date he has recorded and toured with over 200 acts throughout the States, England and Sweden.

Since 2009 he has toured almost exclusively with 0000 (from the hit TV show Rock Star Super Nova). They’ve played over 500 shows together throughout Europe and North America.

Swede plays Acoustic and Electric guitar, he also sings backing vocals

Musicians I Love and Admirer..
2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
3. Johann Sebastian Bach
4. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
5. Frédéric Chopin
6. Antonio Vivaldi
7. Johannes Brahms
8. Franz Schubert
9. George Frideric Handel
10. Claude Debussy
11. Sergei Rachmaninoff
12. Richard Wagner
13. Giuseppe Verdi
14. Felix Mendelssohn
15. Antonín Dvořák
16. Niccolò Paganini

Jimi Hendrix

Widely recognized as one of the most creative and influential musicians of the 20th century, Jimi Hendrix pioneered the explosive possibilities of the electric guitar. Hendrix’s innovative style of combining fuzz, feedback and controlled distortion created a new musical form. Because he was unable to read or write music, it is nothing short of remarkable that Jimi Hendrix’s meteoric rise in the music took place in just four short years. His musical language continues to influence a host of modern musicians, from George Clinton to Miles Davis, and Steve Vai to Jonny Lang. Hendrix was the revolutionary guitar god, enuff said!

7. Angus Young

learn how to play easy power chordsTwo decades after Angus Young first emerged AC/DC’s axe-wielding dervish at age 14, the we Scottish Aussie remains one of the sturdiest bridges between young metal-ists and rock’s blues roots. Although he did great work before and since, Young will always be best known for 1980’s Back In Black, a blue-collar masterpiece which, with killer classics like “You Shook Me All Night Long,” remains an all-purpose primer for riff writing and tight, scalar lead playing. Never mind the fact that the man does it all while spinning around like chinchilla on speed. Though he may be dwarfed by his signature oxblood SG, Angus Young is a giant among men.

Jimmy Page

Jimmy Page GuitarArguably the most emulated guitarist in rock history, Jimmy Page is additionally assured a place in the music’s pantheon of greats for his roles as a musical director, produce and all-around guru of Led Zeppelin.

His Rampaging, blues-based work on anthems like “Whole Lotta Love,” “Communication Breakdown” and “Rock And Roll” defines heavy metal. His real genius, however, was his ability to expand the parameters of the genre to include elements of traditional English folk, reggae, funk, rockabilly and Arabic classical music.

Page the guitarist has never been a facile as Edward Van Halen or Steve Via, but few players in rock

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