Joakim "Jocke" Åhlund
|Also known as||Jocke Åhlund|
|Born||9 August 1970|
|Occupation(s)||Music producer, songwriter|
|Associated acts||Caesars, Teddybears, Les big byrd|
Frans Joakim "Jocke" Åhlund (born 9 August 1970 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish musician, producer and music video director. He is the lead vocalist of the band Caesars, and a member of the bands Teddybears, Smile and Les Big Byrd.
Producer and songwriter
Aside from his artist career, Åhlund is also a songwriter and music producer. He has written and produced a number of international artists, such as Giorgio Moroder, Cheryl Cole (her UK #1 song I Don't Care), Charli XCX, Robyn and Petite Meller (whose debut album he produced). Other collaborations include Sia, Cee Lo, Theophilus London, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Iggy Pop and songwriters Bonnie McKee och Wayne Coyne. He also produced the two albums För sent för Edelweiss and 2 steg från Paradise by Swedish artist Håkan Hellström.
Åhlund has also directed the music videos of "I'll Be Gone" and "When We Were Winning" by Broder Daniel, "New Noise" by Refused and "Black Mask" by The (International) Noise Conspiracy. He is also one of the co-founders of artist collective and record label Ingrid, with among others Lykke Li, Peter Bjorn & John, Christian Kalsson and Pontus Winnberg.
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