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Peps Persson

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Birth name
Per-Ake Tommy Persson


Peps Persson

Years active
1966 to present

Also known as
Peps Persson

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20 December 1946 (age 77) Sweden (


Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica

Associated acts
Downbeat CrownWilmer X

Blodsband, Rotblos, Roster fran Sodern

Grammis Award for Children's Album of the Year, Grammis Honorary Award

Progg, Blues, Reggae, Roots rock

Telia Award for Ringtone Song of the Year

Similar People
Nisse Hellberg, Timbuktu, Totta Naslund, Monica Tornell, Bob Marley

Peps persson born in the country

Peps Persson (born 20 December 1946 in Klippan) is a Swedish blues and reggae musician from Tjörnarp, Scania. Throughout his career he has mostly made music in Swedish and is well known for his Scanian dialect. At an earlier stage he made a few albums in English.


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Persson's career up to 1975 was mostly inspired by the blues, and he's known for having reworked many famous blues and reggae tunes into Swedish, by such artists as Muddy Waters, Elmore James and Bob Marley.

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After 1975, his career turned away from the blues and focused mostly on reggae. Some of his songs, like "Falsk matematik" and "Hög standard", made a political statement, and were considered part of the progg movement.

Solo career

Peps Persson villevessla

  • 1968 - Blues Connection
  • 1969 - Sweet Mary Jane
  • 1972 - The Week Peps Came to Chicago
  • 1975 - Blues på svenska
  • 1980 - Rotrock
  • 1984 - En del och andra
  • 1992 - Oh Boy
  • Peps Perssons Blodsband

  • 1974 - Blodsband
  • 1975 - Hög Standard
  • 1976 - Droppen Urholkar Stenen
  • 1978 - Spår
  • 1988 - Fram med pengarna!
  • 1993 - Spelar för livet
  • 1994 - Röster från Södern
  • 1997 - Rotblos
  • 2005 - Äntligen!
  • With Pelle Perssons Kapell

  • 1977 - Fyra tunnlann bedor om dan
  • 1982 - Persson sjonger Persson!
  • Compilations

  • 1993 - Bitar 1968-1992
  • 2006 - Oh Boy: Det Bästa Med Peps Persson
  • References

    Peps Persson Wikipedia

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