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New songs added

This time we have chosen one 70’s song from the Danish band Gasoline’s repertoire. Manfred Mann is represented with a Dylan cover, “Mighty Quinn”. J.J. Cale has contributed with “They call me the breeze” in an Eric Clapton version and Sam Cooke’s “Bring it on home to me” in Animals’ version.

Normally we don’t gig so much in the winter, this time of the year it’s mostly planning and searcing for new songs to renew our playlist for the coming summer 2018.

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We are now on Facebook, you can find and add us on www.facebook.com/rebornbandsweden/

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You can now follow us on Instagram and find the latest information. You will find and can add us on www.instagram.com/rebornbandsweden

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Our new CD

Our first self-produced CD “Anytime at all” is now finally ready for release. The songs are a selection from our repertoire and are covers of The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Chuck Berry and others.AnyTimeAtAll
Some of the songs were recorded for the the compilation album “Rock from Valley Country III” in 2014. They were recorded with the intention of earlier rock n ‘roll in terms of song selection and sound. The others are recorded at later times and is more or less well known hits from the late 60’s and onward.
Read article in one of the local newspapers.

The release party will be April 30 at Café Gruzzolo Mellerud.

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Nordic Guitar Club

NGC is a club for enthusiasts of music from the ’60s, mostly guitar-instrumentals but also rock and pop from this decade. The Club organizes monthly meetings during the winter in their clubhouse “Backa Folkets Hus” in Gothenburg and for every meeting they invites bands to play music from this period. Visit their website.
We were in October invited to play there for the second time in the last two years. This time we shared playing time with a band from Gothenburg called “Göteboyz”. We were later reviewed in the December issue of the clubs magazine “Spotnews”.

Quoted (and freely translated) from the S...

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