Sunday, July 26, 2015

Summer in P1 26/7: Olle Jönsson – Göteborgs-Posten

Olle Jonsson is confident behind the microphone, and tells of his Summer of what caused concern in life.

When the dance band singer Olle Jönsson Sommarpratar, he embodies in many ways the concept of long-runner. For in this context is not just about lining successes of the nearly 50-year-old Lasse Stefanz-career, which began when Olle Jönsson was twelve.

And not to dwell on a single låtsuccé as the last sweet years. What this program primarily describes the bumpy tour route through the doubt, and how it constantly throws a man between the armed position and sense of relief.

I know it’s singing as I want and can, it seems the seasoned artist regularly need tell themselves. He prepares boos but face cheering when Lasse Stefanz appearing on the Grammy Awards. In its Summer Shipping takes Olle Jönsson still fight for it as he is still reviled dance band music.

At the same time he emphasizes his own, wide listens interest include everything from Mika to Luciano Pavarotti. Childhood poverty and perceived class contempt converted glimpses of revenge thoughts.

Though the olden times hostility that obviously sat in the body, sucks no unnecessary force out of this former flygplansfobikers well-presented history. Clear and coherent says Olle Jonsson about it at the same time funniest and nastiest in life: to be behind the microphone.

Music With the exception of Black Sabbath consistently nice and quite dance-friendly. The playlist including Emmylou Harris & amp; Nicolette Larson, Peter Cetera, The Mavericks and Aaron Neville.

The last sentence: and filled with these thoughts, I put the hat on his head, took a deep breath, and gave me out on scene.

Monday’s worth: Alice Teodorescu, commentator and director of GP’s leadership and debate editors.


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