Kindbergs

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For municipality in the district of Mürzzuschlag in Styria, Austria, see Kindberg
Kindbergs
Origin Sweden
Genres Dansband
Years active 1986-1989 as Sten-Åkes Jr.
1989-present Kindbergs
Website kindbergs.nu
Members Henrik "Henke" Svensson
Joakim "Jocke" Ekelund
Conny Falk
(from 2008)
Past members Kent Kindberg (1986-2008)

Kindbergs is a Swedish dansband. The band was originally known when it was founded in 1986 as Sten-Åkes Jr.. The name was changed to Kindbergs in 1989. The band played various genres but later on started playing country music almost exclusively. The long-time bassist member Kent Kindberg left the band after two decades of playing and was replaced by Ola Jonsson earlier bass player in another Swedish dansband called Svänzons.

The album Nu Reser We Västerut released on the 25th anniversary of the band[1] was a great commercial success appearing in the Sverigetopplistan Swedish Albums Chart.

Members[edit]

  • Henrik "Henke" Svensson - keyboards, saxophone, accordion, vocals
  • Joakim "Jocke" Ekelund - vocals, guitar, keyboards, saxophone
  • Ola Jonsson - Bass, vocals (2008–present)
  • Conny Falk - drums
Former members
  • Kent Kindberg - bass, vocals (1986-2008)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1988: Kindbergs
  • 1990: De é fredag
  • 2001: Donna Bella Donna
  • 2004: Nu och för alltid
  • 2007: Collection 20
  • 2008: Boots & änglar
Year Album Peak positions
SWE
[2]
2012 Nu reser vi västerut 10
2013 Den dagen vi möttes 7
2014 Ut på vägarna igen 47
2015 Hela vägen hem 27

Singles[edit]

(Those with * charted in the Swedish Svensktoppen charts)

  • 1994: "I ett litet hus"
  • 1996: "Det vackraste jag vet"
  • 1998: "Ännu blommar kärleken"*
  • 1998: "Du är så vacker"*
  • 1999: "Louise"*
  • 1999: "Ge mig en chans"*
  • 2000: "Julia"
  • 2001: "Donna Bella Donna"*
  • 2002: "Sweet Louisa"
  • 2002: "Himlen i min famn"
  • 2003: "Sommarvindar"
  • 2004: "Nu och för alltid"
  • 2008: "Ner till södern"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Naxos.nu: Kindberg news (in Norwegian)
  2. ^ "Kindbergs discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 1 February 2014.

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