|Birth name||Niklas Roger Borg|
|Also known as||Nicke Borg|
|Born||Nässjö, Jönköpings länApril 3, 1973 ,|
|Genres||Garage rock, punk rock, glam punk, glam metal|
|Labels||Psychout Records, BMG, Liquor & Poker, MVG Records, RCA Records, White Jazz Records, Lookout! Records, Infernal Records, JuJu Records|
|Associated acts||Backyard Babies, Nicke Borg Homeland|
Nicke Borg was part of the Backyard Babies, a Swedish rock band starting 1989 as lead vocals and rhythm guitarist. The band was formed in 1987 under the name Tyrant with bassist Tobbe (Tobias Fischer) as lead vocals and guitarist Dregen, guitarist Johan Blomqvist, and drummer Peder Carlsson. Nicke Borg replaced Tobbe as frontman two years after the formation of the band. Blomqvist switched to bass at the same time. Over the years they have released six studio albums and won a Swedish Grammy.
Nicke Borg Homeland
While the Backyard Babies took a break, Borg worked on his solo project Nicke Borg Homeland. Homeland has released an EP, "Chapter 1" and one full-length album called "Chapter 2". "Chapter 2" was released in January 2012 and Ruins of a Riot in 2013.
Nicke Borg participated in Melodifestivalen 2011 in the race in Malmö where he went on to number two with premium "Leaving Home" to the final inside the Stockholm Globe Arena. The song was co-written by Borg with Jojo Borg Larsson, Fredrik Thomander and Anders "Gary" Wikström. In the final, he finished 8th in 10 finalists. The title was won by Eric Saade and "Popular"
In popular culture
Nicke Borg got his own radio show on radio station Bandit Rock. His radio show broadcasts from 22:00 to 00:00 every Thursday.
- as part of Backyard Babies
(Refer to discography section on Backyard Babies page)
- as Nicke Borg Homeland
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- Nicke Borg Homeland | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
- Poplight: Nicke Borg klar för Melodifestivalen 2011
- http://sextipsfromrockstars.com SexTipsFromRockStars.com
- Nicke Borg (Nicke Borg) on Myspace
- "Nicke Borg discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved June 1, 2013. Cite error: Invalid
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