Andrew Collberg

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Andrew Collberg
Andrew Collberg
Andrew Collberg
Background information
Born (1987-09-18) September 18, 1987 (age 31)
Lund, Sweden

Andrew Collberg (born September 18, 1987) is a musician living in Tucson, Arizona. He plays drums, guitar & bass, keyboards, and sings. He has his own song writing project called "Andrew Collberg", and he also collaborates with many other musicians, both playing live and recording in studio.


Collberg was born in Lund, Sweden and grew up in Tucson, Az.


In 2006, when Collberg was 18 years old, he produced his first and self-titled album, Andrew Collberg. He recorded the album on his own, playing every instrument himself. This album got Collberg much attention and local gigs. In 2008, Collberg released EPP, another album made in the same lo-fi sort of sound as his self-titled album, on which he also played all of the instruments. In 2010 On The Wreath was released on Le Pop Musik,[1] and featured local musicians, including Calexico's Joey Burns, who plays cello on "Wait inside". Skateboarder Ryan Decenzo used Colberg's song "Man in the Moose Suit" in his Transworld Skate video "Hallelujah".[2]

He has played music with many acts in Tucson.[citation needed] He has played drums for Tucson's own Howe Gelb, Golden Boots, Naim Amor, Haboob, Orkesta Mendoza, Gabriel Sullivan, Forest Fallows. Collberg's own band has opened for acts like M. Ward and Violent Femmes. He has also contributed music for soundtracks for films such as Precious Knowledge and The Wine of Summer.

In 2011, Collberg released a 7-inch featuring two tracks, as titled, "Dirty Wind/ Back on the Shore".[3] It was released on Ft. Lowell Records,[4] which is a Tucson-based label. "Back on the Shore" made it to New York Daily's top 100 songs of 2012.[5]


Collberg plays drums in a jazz group, called Haboob.[6] 2013 brings his newest album, "Minds Hits" (Le Pop Musik).


"MINDS HITS" August 2013 Le Pop Musik

"Dirty Wind/ Back On The Shore" 2011 Fort Lowell Records

"On The Wreath" 2010 Le Pop Musik

"EPP" 2008 MOR Sold Old

"Debut" 2006 MOR[7]


"Tucson Songs" 2011 Le Pop Musik

"KXCI Locals Only Volume 4" KXCI Tucson, AZ 91.3 FM[8]


  1. ^ Collberg, Andrew. "Le Pop Musik". musician. Retrieved December 1, 2015.
  2. ^ Brooks, Josh. "Ryan Decenzo "Hallelujah"". Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  3. ^ delarue. "7". Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  4. ^ Collberg, Andrew. "album". musician. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  5. ^ collberg, andrew. "top 100 songs". Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  6. ^ Weekly, Tucson. "Jazz". Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  7. ^ Collberg, Andrew. "Debut". album. Andrew Collberg. Retrieved 24 May 2013.
  8. ^ Doren, Ginger. "Music Compilation". Andrew Collberg, musician. Retrieved 18 April 2013.

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