Born: May 4, 1963 Primary Instrument: Bass, acoustic
Dan Berglund was born in May 1963 and grew up in a small village in Sweden called Pilgrimstad near Ostersund. His father played accordion in an amateur band and his elder brother played guitar. They introduced him at an early age to very different styles of music including Swedish folk music, pop and rock.
Dan started to play the guitar when he was ten and soon after formed a band with his local friends. The band was made up of three guitarists and one drummer, so they were missing the bassist. Dan took over the bass part, first of all playing the bass lines on his guitar, then later his father bought him an electric bass and Dan was immediately fascinated by playing it...
Source: B.H. Hopper Management
Sister Sad; Stethoscope; Sailor Waltz; Gi Hop; The Wind And The Leaves; Wolverine Hoods; Monstrous Colossos; Song For E; Cold Blooded Music; Waltz For Matilda.
Personnel: Dan Berglund: double bass; Johan Lindström: guitars, lap and pedalsteel, piano; Martin Hederos: piano, pump organ, violin, keyboards, accordion; Andreas Werliin: drums, percussion.
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