Max Lorentz

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Max Lorentz at Winbergs Vaxholm July 2014

Max Lorentz (born in Täby, November 16, 1962) is a Swedish musician, songwriter and producer.[1] He has also worked as a session-musician with artists including Ulf Lundell, Sanne Salomonsen, Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Skifs, E-Type, Eldkvarn, Grymlings, Pugh Rogefeldt and Magnus Lindberg, and has hosted the Swedish TV shows Max, Live Show and Musikmatchen, and appearing in Jeopardy! on TV4. He hosted the radio show Sommartoppen in 1996.

He has released 5 solo albums to date. His 5th, released 8 June 2011, is a David Bowie covers collection entitled Kiss You in the Rain - Max Lorentz sings David Bowie.[2] Other projects include a progressive instrumental album under the name Arktis, electro/dub project Dr.Livingstone with poet/director Anders Gullberg and 1970s hard rock band Mårran with whom he has released 4 albums in two years.

He contributed 3 songs to the 2009 Crispin Glover Records album "All Sewn Up - A Tribute to Patrik Fitzgerald" together with Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys and Motorpsycho amongst others.

In 2014 he became the 5th member of the legendary British rock group Tyla Gang and in 2015 a member of renowned Swedish progressive rock band Kaipa Da Capo with guitarist Roine Stolt.

Max Lorentz runs a record company called Blind Boyscout Recordings with mainly digital releases of his own as well as related music.

Production discography[edit]

Artist discography[edit]

Blind Boyscout Recordings[edit]

Releases up to date:

Upcoming releases:

  • Bitch Boys "Continental" - The 1981 post-punk LP from Max Lorentz and Michael Thimrén's band.
  • Lovely - Max Lorentz 1994 debut album.
  • Bravo - Max Lorentz second album from 1996.
  • 12 Songs - Max Lorentz third album from 2000.
  • The World Is Watching - Max Lorentz fourth album from 2004.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs: Maz Lorentz
  2. ^ Kiss You in the Rain, Bowie Wonderworld, June 23, 2009

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