Stefan Sundström

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Stefan Sundström
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Background information
Born (1960-05-11) 11 May 1960 (age 59)
GenresSinger-songwriter, rock, progg
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1974 to present
LabelsNMW, National
Associated actsTrots, Läppstars, Apache, Weeping Willows, The Hellacopters, Lars Winnerbäck, Dundertåget
WebsiteOfficial Website
Stefan Sundström plays at The Malmö festivalen 2007.

Stefan Sundström is a Swedish singer/songwriter and troubadour.[1] After dropping out of school, he started playing in small bands such as Trots, Läppstars and Apache, which later went on to become Weeping Willows. Sundström's music often refers to other important Swedish musicians like Evert Taube, Dan Andersson, Carl Michael Bellman, Alice Tegnér, Astrid Lindgren, Ulf Dageby and Cornelis Vreeswijk.

Sundström is married to Karin Renberg and has two daughters. Renberg also plays guitar in his band.



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  1. ^ "Stefan Sundström". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 13 May 2010.

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