Mick Grøndahl

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Mick Grøndahl (often spelled Grondahl) (born 7 May 1968) is a Danish-American bass guitarist. Born and brought up in Denmark, he is best known for playing bass guitar on Jeff Buckley's debut album, Grace.[1][dead link]

Grøndahl attended Skidmore College where he majored in sculpture but soon moved to New York City where he played with several bands. He met Jeff Buckley after seeing him at The Fez, jammed with him that night, and joined his band soon after. Grøndahl became an integral part of Buckley's live sound, and wrote the song Edna Frau which Jeff would sometimes sing. After Buckley's death, he played in several bands including Elysian Fields,[2] Black Beetle and Tongue. He is currently living in Denmark recording a demo with Tongue.[3][4][5]




  • Jeff Buckley: Fall in Light (1999)
  • Jeff Buckley: Live in Chicago (2000)
  • Jeff Buckley: Everybody Here Wants You (2002)


  1. ^ "Jeff Buckley's Grace Around The World Celebrates Album's 15th Anniversary". PR Newswire. 13 March 2009. Retrieved 11 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Who were the members of Jeff's band?". 17 May 2010. Archived from the original on 23 May 2010. 
  3. ^ "Mick Grøndahl".  gaffa.dk Accessed 2016-4-9 (Google translation)
  4. ^ "AMAZING GRACE Jeff Buckley Pt. 2 - Blurt Magazine". Blurt Magazine. Retrieved 2016-04-09. 
  5. ^ "Rolling Stone Australia — Jeff Buckley: 21 Years of 'Grace'". Rolling Stone Australia. Retrieved 2016-04-09. 
  6. ^ "IMDB Artist Listing for Mick Grøndahl". 17 May 2010. 

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