A modern, spacious church. Missionskyrkan in Vetlanda offered great acoustics. The songs kind of danced around in the room - as did Kiralina in some songs!
How I have longed to get out with this trio again! Kiralina is such an amazing singer and performer and me and Jesper Kviberg have so much fun playing and accompanying. Brought the B3 with two leslies. Such a good looking setup!
Last night of the tour, in Härnösand. Nice place that a hadn't seen before. Great sound and a fun way to end the tour.
It was 6 years ago that we made this tour route last time. Some things don't change, and some do. Unfortunately the jazz club has closed down but we could play at the same place as last time anyway. It even looked a little nicer!
Always happy to have a few days on the road with Trinity. We started off in Sundsvall. So fun to play the songs from the latest album "Nuages".
Happy Duck is one of my favorite places in my hometown Uppsala. It's a kind of a hole in the wall pub, and when you enter it feels a little like an episode of Cheers. There's always someone there that you know, and most often you make a few more friends in an evening. This was the eve of Valentine's day, so naturally the event was called "Hammond for love". I relly love doing this kind of stuff!
My trio opened the night at Katalin, in many ways the finest venue in my hometown of Uppsala. Following us was a soul band so we decided to make our set to get people in the greatest mood possible. One hour of non stop party jazz! It was such a blast!
The organ hug is back! So nice to play with the trio again. Samuel came from Copenhagen earlier in the day and we went straight to Gävle.
First Trinity gig of the year! Lunch concert in Tyrsö, south of Stockholm. I was still quite tired from jetlag but it was fun, as always!
NAMM is such an experience! I was there as an artist for Hammond USA, and did a few demo spots at their booth, playing the XK5. There were also some cool jams. And then of course everything else that happens there. All the people you meet, instruments and other things,. Amazing!
There's often a lot of Elvis events in the beginning of each year because of his birthday on Jan 8th. This year I think he turned 85. Guest artist this night was Jan Johansen, that I haven't played with before. A vrey nice acquaintance! On of the highlights was when In the ghetto suddenly mophed into his hit "Se på mig".
My first Norwegian Christmas concert! We did 3 shows in one day. Most of them with the trio, but some with guest artists. So nice and warm!
As usual, GMC is always a lot of fun. My friend and colleague Max Lorentz was in the audience and took this awesome photo.
New musical acquaintances! I've known about Per Thornberg for a long time. I even used some of his educational material many years ago . But I never met him. So, when asked to sub in his trio, I gladly excepted.
The Happy duck bar, one of my favorite places in Uppsala, celebrated their 3 years anniversary. I was happy to be part of the celabration with an evening of solo organ.
Playing for elderly where they live is so nice, especially when you have to squeeze into a corner of a living room. We did 5 concerts in two days in the city of Västerås.
Last gig of the tour, at the wonderful Biografbaren in Eskilstuna. Notice the odd shaped bass drum - one of the backline kits.
The main event of the tour, playing at Katalin in my hometown Uppsala! A memorable evening for sure!
This night at Katalin was a recreation of a concert held in Akureyri, Iceland two years ago when Eric's bluesband and Beebee & bluebirds shared the stage. I wasn't there, but I played with both bands this time. What a treat!
I didn't know about this place until working on booking the tour. Very nice scene in an old church. I'm sure I'l be back playing here!
First gig of a tour is always exciting, especially when you haven't played together before. The evening turned out very nicely both musically and audience turn out. Off to a great start!
When Afro does a show, you know it's going to be over the top. this time was no exception. Such a great show. I played on a few songs. The picture is taken during "They didn't know". Truly a powerful experience!
It always fun to share your knowledge and experiences. I wonder if it's actually the one doing the clinic the learns the most! The school had a nice 50s B3 and a Leslie 122XB. Photo: Palli Kristmundsson
I was invited by Óskar Einarsson to join a concert at Lindakirkja with their gospel choir and band. Such a nice place, and a great choir! Hope there'll be more. Photo: Palli Kristmundsson
How I love that organ! Feels and sounds so good, and also so beautiful. Photo: Palli Kristmundsson
First gig of this Iceland trip - at the Swedish embassy residence. Some really prominent guests in the audience, with made it all the more special.
Last gig, and the most important - in my hometown Uppsala! It was such a party. And what better way to illustrate that than with a video with som party jazz.
Biografbaren in Eskiltuna must be one of the most genuine vintage bars in Sweden. The whole place breathes nostalgia and the B3 fits like a glove in the room. Great place for our third concert.
Second concert of the release tour, at Konserthuset, Stockholm. Quite a different venue compared to the previous night. First time I played at Konserthuset.
First release concert of my album "Becoming", and in my hometown nonetheless! Friends and family in the audience. And Wasabryggeriet is such a cosy place. Great start of the release tour!