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Born in Linköping, Sweden with a father and a brother playing guitar Tobias Grim started playing guitar at a young age. Starting out in rock and funk bands in Hammar(Askersund) and later Vänersborg Tobias found his way into jazz through jazzfusion. Playing local jazzfestivals and gigs with the group Play´us who´s influences was among other the group Legends featuring Clapton, Miller, Gadd and Sandborn. Tobias moved to London and played at Blues clubs before coming back to music studies for 7 years ending at the university in Gothenburg. Playing guitar in different groups as a side man and as a leader Tobias played with groups such as Grimgroup ,Vibe,Sam Vesterberg ,Grim/Bergström Duo and the Frank Zappa tribute band Great Googly moogly. 2014 he released his first album as a leader: Tobias Grim : Brazil lines featuring : Anders Kjellberg - drums Karolina Vucidolac-vocals Magnus Bergström bas Tobias is today playing modern jazz ,african music, fusion and Brazilian music in different settings like Kakafoni, Derupeto and Tobias Grim quartet.

Gear

Ibanez, Fender, Esteve guitars Music Man amps.


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February 13, 2015

Tobias Grim: Brazil Lines

Primary Instrument

Guitar

Willing to teach

Advanced only

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Albums

Album Spring 2020 by Tobias Grim

Spring 2020

Self Produced
2020

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Album Vargtimmen by Kakafoni

Vargtimmen

Imogena
2020

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Album Brazil Lines by Tobias Grim

Brazil Lines

Imogena Records
2015

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Album Concentus by Pelle Eriksson

Concentus

Imogena
2014

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Album Brazil Lines by Tobias Grim

Brazil Lines

Imogena Records
2014

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Album Consentus by Tobias Grim

Consentus

Imogena Records
2014

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Brännvinsadvokaten

Brännvinsadvokaten

Tobias Grim
Vargtimmen

Be blues

Be blues

Tobias Grim
Spring 2020

Brazil lines

Brazil lines

Tobias Grim
Brazil Lines

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