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Lars Bygdén

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Name  Lars Bygden

Role  Singer
Lars Bygden wwwmassproduktioncomlarsbygdenwpcontentuploa
Music director  The Man Who Went Down a Hole
Albums  Trading Happiness for Songs, Family Feelings, LB
Similar People  Ane Brun, Koop, Christian Kjellvander, Garmarna, Peter Moren

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Lars Bygdén (born 1973) is a Swedish singer, song-writer and guitarist.


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Lars Bygdén Songs I Wrote Lars Bygdn Songs Reviews Credits AllMusic

Lars Bygdén was born 1973 in Sundsvall, Sweden. His musical career started as guitarist in the psychedelic bands Magic Broom and The Shades of Orange. In 1996 Bygdén formed the country-rock combo The Thousand Dollar Playboys. The group released two critically acclaimed albums and got a lot of attention in Swedish media. The band dissolved in 2003. Lars Bygdén has continued as a solo-artist on the record label Massproduktion and released his first solo album Trading Happiness for Songs in 2005 which won the Swedish Manifest award for best singer/songwriter album of the year. The album included the song This Road, a duet featuring Ane Brun (also featured on Brun's album Duets). In 2006 Lars did the theme song for the Swedish TV-show Grattis Världen!, a cover of Iggy Pop's The Passenger. In the spring of 2009 Bygdén released his second solo-album, the conceptual Family Feelings.

Albums with The Thousand Dollar Playboys

  • 1999 The $1000 Playboys
  • 2001 Stay
  • Solo albums

  • 2005 Trading Happiness for Songs
  • 2009 Family Feelings
  • 2012 LB
  • Singles and EP's

  • 2005 This Road EP
  • 2005 Dream On
  • 2006 The Passenger EP
  • Compilation

  • 2011 Songs I Wrote - double album
  • Songs

    Lars Bygdén Songs I Wrote 19962011 Lars Bygdn

    This RoadTrading Happiness for Songs · 2005
    Dream OnTrading Happiness for Songs · 2005
    The PassengerThe Passenger · 2006


    Lars Bygdén Wikipedia