KSMB (band)

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KSMB
KSMB-Lagfoto.jpg
Background information
Origin Stockholm, Sweden
Genres Punk
Years active 1977–1982, 1993
Labels MNW
Associated acts Köttgrottorna

KSMB (Kurt-Sunes med Berit) was a Swedish punk rock band from 1977 to 1982. The young band members grew up and lived in the working-class suburb Skärholmen outside Stockholm.

History[edit]

Johan Johansson, Mats Nilsson and Pekka Kangas had a band called "Ingenting" (Swedish for "nothing"). Their first and only gig was at Österholmsskolan in Skärholmen. In the autumn of 1977 most of the band members went to Skärholmens Gymnasium and discovered that if you worked with a project, like a band, you wouldn't have to go to all the lessons. "Skärholmens Gymnasiums Punkensemble" was started and, as a lot of people didn't want to go to the lessons, the band got a lot of members. After a chaotic gig in the aula in Skärholmens Gymnasium with 15 band members, of which 5 were singers, the project "Skärholmens Gymnasiums Punkensemble" was over, but the singers Steppan and Alonzo, drummer Johan Johansson and bassist Matte Nilsson continued and became the only constant members of "KSMB," as the new band was called. This abbreviation stood for "Kurt-Sunes med Berit".

Band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

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External links[edit]

Peter "Ampull" Sjölander and Lars "Guld-Lars" Jonson in the studio in 1981.
  • bildrulle.nu - pictures from concert in 1981. (in Swedish)