Reunited NO FUN AT ALL To Play Free Show In Stockholm

Reunited Swedish punk rock pioneers NO FUN AT ALL will play a free show at Mega Skivakademin (Sergels Torg) in Stockholm, Sweden on Saturday, December 6 at 3:00 p.m. to celebrate the release of their brand new album, "Low Rider". Fans attending the event will have an opportunity to buy the new CD and get a free t-shirt as a special Christmas gift.

NO FUN AT ALL is credited with having shaped European punk in the 1990s along with SATANIC SURFERS, MILLENCOLIN and RANDY. The group split up in 2001 after releasing its "slowest" album, "State of Flow", which was not very well received by the fans.


Krister Johansson - Lead Guitar
Ingemar Jansson - Vocals
Kjell Ramstedt - Drums
Mikael Danielsson - Rhytm Guitar
Steven Neuman - Bass

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NO FUN AT ALL perfoming live in 2008:


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