The name refers both to a band and a person. Starting out as a trio, Anders Kronlund was on the dobro, Emil Strandberg was on the trumpet, and Oskar Schönning was on the doublebass. On the debut album Jonas Östholm joined on piano along with Nils Berg on clarinets and Sebastian Voegler on the drums.
The later three formed a new core in the orchestra, recording albums such as Happy Jazz, Please, Puerto, Belgrade Tapes and the Violin. On the album Vykort, Schönning continued an earlier collaboration with Swedish writer and singer Annika Norlin and with artist Anja Bigrell. The album also featured Schönning (the person) in a more multi-instrumental role, playing the guitar along with other instruments and samples. This lead to the project Music for Others, where he plays and records all the music by himself at home and then invite other people for remixes, liveperformances, films etcetera.
Artist photo by Rikkard Häggbom.