Diamond Dogs (band)

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Diamond Dogs
Origin Sweden
Genres Rock, hard rock, blues rock, glam rock, soul
Years active Early 1990s - present
Labels Smilodon
Associated acts The Hellacopters, Stefan Sundström, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Wilmer X, The Solution, Dogge Doggelito, Lennart Eriksson, Kikki Danielsson,[1] Patti Palladin, Dogs D'Amour, Nymphet Noodlers, Hedros & Hellberg, Babylon Bombs
Website Official Website
Members Sören 'Sulo' Karlsson
Lars Karlsson
Henrik 'The Duke of Honk' Widén
Martin Tronsson
Johannes Nordell
Past members see members section

The Diamond Dogs is a Swedish rock band founded in Katrineholm during the early nineties by vocalist Sören 'Sulo' Karlsson and guitarist Anders 'Boba' Lindström.


The line-up has changed several times throughout the bands career and has included members from bands such as The Hellacopters, Stefan Sundströms back-up band, Wilmer X, Patti Palladin, Dogs D'Amour, Nymphet Noodlers, Hedros & Hellberg and The Soundtrack Of Our Lives[2] however the band's music has always been rooted in 1970's rock.[3] The band has also toured extensively with bands such as Hanoi Rocks, The Damned, Nazareth, Georgia Satellites, Ian Hunter and The Cult. The band has been especially successful in Italy with crowds of up to ten thousand attending some of their concerts.[4] In 2002 the band teamed up with Swedish punk legend Lennart Eriksson or Fjodor as he was known during his time with Ebba Grön to record a track for a tribute album to Nationalteatern along with The Latin Kings frontman Dogge Doggelito. Currently the band is also recording all of their live shows throughout Spain which will result in a live album later this year.[5]

Line up[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Sören 'Sulo' Karlsson - Vocals
  • Lars Karlsson – Guitar
  • Henrik 'The Duke of Honk' Widén – Keyboard
  • Martin Tronsson – Bass
  • Johannes Nordell – Drums
  • Magic - Saxophone

Former members[edit]

  • Anders Lindström - Guitar
  • Stevie Klasson - Guitar
  • Jesper Karlsson - Drums
  • Magnus Leje - Guitar
  • Stefan 'Björken' Björk - Bass
  • Robert Dahlqvist – Guitar
  • Kent Axén - Guitar
  • Fredrik Fagerlund - Guitar
  • Johan Johansson - Bass
  • Daniel Johansson - Drums

Selected discography[edit]


  • 1993: Blue Eyes Shouldn't be Cryin'
  • 1994: Honked
  • 1995: Good Time Girl
  • 1996: Need of Ammunition
  • 2000: Among the Nonbelievers
  • 2001: As Your Green Turns Brown
  • 2001: Shortplayer
  • 2002: Too Much is Always Better than Not Enough
  • 2003: That's the Juice I'm On
  • 2004: Black River Road
  • 2006: Up the Rock
  • 2008: Cookin
  • 2008: Most Likely
  • 2010: The Grit & The Very Soul
  • 2012: Set Fire to It All

Other releases[edit]


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