|Years active||2003 - 2012|
Jakob S. Glæsner
|Past members||Morten Lynggaard
Johnny Deluxe was a Danish music band. Formed in London by the lead singer Noam Halby, bassist Jakob S. Glæsner and guitarist Søren Itenov in 2000, the group was later joined by Morten Lynggaard in 2002.
The band took part in KarriereKanonen run by Danish radio station P3 in 2003, and released the EP Elskovspony in November of the same year. In January 2004, the group signed a contract with Copenhagen Records and subsequently released their debut album, Johnny Deluxe on 24 May 2004. The album has been certified platinum for having sold more than 40,000 copies. The group was awarded "Best Danish Debut" at the Zulu Awards in November 2004.
In 2005, the group played more than 100 concerts, including the Grøn Koncert tour, and released their second album, LUXUS, in October 2005. As their debut album, this album has also been certified platinum.
In 2008, Johnny Deluxe released their third album, De knuste hjerters klub.
In the beginning of 2010 drummer Morten Lynggaard and Guitarist Soren Itenov parted with the band and JD signed a deal with the label Black Pelican In August 2010, JD released a greatest hits album with 8 old hits and 2 new songs. The first single from that album is called Flex and is out June 14. 2010.
January 27. 2012 the band announced the split up of the band.
- "Elskovspony" (EP) (2003)
- "Drømmer jeg?" (feat. Anna Nordell) (2004)
- "Vi vil ha' mer" (2004)
- "Sommeren er forbi" (2005)
- "Det du gør" (2005)
- "Drenge som mig" (2005)
- "En for alle" (2006)
- "Så er det sommer" (2008)
- "Aldrig" (feat. Szhirley) (2008)
- "Sindssyg" (2009)
- "Flex" (2010)
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