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Per Nilson performing at Scar Symmetry, Avesta in April 2010.
Background information
GenresProgressive rock
Years active1973–present
Associated actsThe Flower Kings
Kaipa da Capo
MembersHans Lundin
Patrik Lundström
Aleena Gibson
Jonas Reingold
Morgan Ågren
Per Nilsson
Past membersRoine Stolt
Ingemar Bergman
Tomas Eriksson
Mats Lindberg
Mats Löfgren
Max Åhman
Mats "Microben" Lindberg
Per "Pelle" Andersson

Kaipa is a Swedish progressive rock musical group.


The band was begun as Ura Kaipa by Hans Lundin (keyboards) and Tomas Eriksson (bass).[1] Roine Stolt joined Kaipa as guitarist when he was 17. In 1974, shortly after they had cut the "Ura" from the name of the band, they released their self-titled debut album. Stolt, who later founded The Flower Kings, quit after the recording of Mindrevolutions, and the band has continued without him.

In 2014, original members Roine Stolt, Ingemar Bergman, and Tomas Eriksson re-grouped under the name Kaipa DaCapo to play the old music from the first three albums as well as brand new music. New members of the band are Mikael Stolt, brother of Roine, on vocals and guitar, and renowned Swedish musician Max Lorentz on keyboards. Recording of a new album began in June 2016 with a scheduled release in September and an extended European and Scandinavian tour in the autumn.


Current Line-Up

  • Hans Lundin – keyboards, backing vocals (1973–1982, 2000–present)
  • Patrik Lundström – vocals (2000–present)
  • Aleena Gibson – vocals (2000–present)
  • Jonas Reingold – bass (2000–present)
  • Morgan Ågren – drums (2000–present)
  • Per Nilsson – guitars (2006–present)

Former Members

  • Roine Stolt – guitars, backing vocals (1974–1979, 2000–2005)
  • Ingemar Bergman – drums (1974–1981)
  • Tomas Eriksson – bass (1973–1977)
  • Mats Lindberg – bass (1977–1980)
  • Mats Löfgren – vocals (1977–1980) (d. 2016)
  • Max Åhman – guitars (1979–1982)
  • Mats "Microben" Lindberg – bass (1981–1982)
  • Per "Pelle" Andersson – drums (1982)


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