Ebbot Lundberg

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Ebbot Lundberg
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Ebbot Lundberg
Background information
Birth name Torbjörn Lundberg
Also known as Ebbot
Born (1966-02-26) February 26, 1966 (age 48)
Västerås, Sweden
Genres Rock
Alternative rock
Psychedelic rock
Garage Rock
Experimental music
Occupations Singer, Musician, Songwriter
Years active 1981–present
Labels Telegram Records, Universal Music, Radium 226.5, MNW, In-Fidelity Recordings
Associated acts The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Union Carbide Productions, Trummor & Orgel, Teddybears, Gunnar Frick

Ebbot Lundberg (born February 26, 1966 in Västerås, Sweden)[1] is a Swedish artist, songwriter and music producer who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. He was the lead singer of one of Sweden's most internationally successful rock bands,[2] The Soundtrack of Our Lives 1995-2012‚ he also co-founded the band with Björn Olsson and Ian Person.[3]

Lundberg was also one of the founding members of the rock band Union Carbide Productions 1986-1993. He has also produced a large number of bands like The Loons, Nymphet Noodlers, Nicolai Dunger, Onkel Kånkel, and Zoobox. He has made appearances with or collaborated with Jane Birkin, Turbonegro, Nina Persson, The Cardigans, Teddybears, Trummor & Orgel and Olle Ljungström. He has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Later... with Jools Holland and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno[4]

In 2012 he released his first solo album entitled "There's Only One of Us Here." It is a 43 minute long, uninterrupted opus that was originally created in 2011 for the art project (In)Visible Dialogues organized by Per Hüttner and Elias Arnér.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2012: There's Only One of Us Here (Kning Disk)
  • 2013: On The Other Side Of Light (Subliminal Sounds), with The New Alchemy including Artist Per Svensson Per Svensson

References[edit]

  1. ^ (In)visible Dialogues, 2011, p. 170. Published by Dent-de-Leone. ISBN 978-91-978934-3-5.
  2. ^ Review by Carl Abrahamsson in Tidningen kulturen 18 December 2010 (in Swedish)
  3. ^ musicianguide.com
  4. ^ (In)visible Dialogues, 2011, p. 170. Published by Dent-de-Leone. ISBN 978-91-978934-3-5.