Former ELECTRIC BOYS frontman/SILVERGINGER 5 guitarist Conny Bloom has just produced four songs for Henrik Levy, a talented Swedish singer/songwriter who sounds like “Nick Drake meets Johnny Cash and Simon & Garfunkel”, according to Bloom. The collaboration “has led into some other interesting projects as well, so we'll see what happens with that”. Meanwhile, “the SG5 album will be released in Scandinavia in the beginning of the year and we'll be playing the Swedish festivals this summer. [I] have also been asked to record some stuff with a cool band called CRUCIFIED BARBERA in January, & the Conny Bloom live album will be mixed round about that time, too.”
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