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Gustav Lundgren

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Lundgren på Djangofestivalen 2017
Lundgren på Djangofestivalen 2017

Gustav Ernest Viktor Lundgren (born 18 September 1980 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a Swedish jazz guitarist.

Biography

Lundgren started playing the guitar at the age of thirteen and went to Södra Latin's music program during high school. There after he studied music at Bollnäs folk high school and Fridhems folk high school in Svalöv.[1] After finishing his studies, he joined the Hot Club de Suede and started a jazz club at Hannas Krog at Södermalm in Stockholm. He participates in several music projects, including his own Gustav Lundgren Quartet, and plays a particular Spanish-inspired jazz.[2]

He runs his own record company Lundgren Music.

Honors

  • 2004: Honored with his own signature guitar model from AJL- Guitars
  • 2005: Recipient of the Louis Armstrong Scholarship
  • 2009: Honored with a grant from The Swedish Arts Grants Committee[3]

Discography

Solo albums

  • 2004: First Impression (Lundgren Music), with Gustav Lundgren Quartet/Quintet
  • 2007: Second Opinion (Lundgren Music), with Gustav Lundgren Quartet
  • 2010: 8 Venues (Lundgren Music), with Gustav Lundgren Quartet
  • 2012: Plays Django Reinhardt (Lundgren Music)
  • 2014: French Connection (Lundgren Music)
  • 2015: Bertheleville (Lundgren Music), with Gustav Lundgren Trio
  • 2017: "At The Movies (Lundgren Music), with Gustav Lundgren & Unit

Collaborations

  • 2002: 29m² (SJR), with Mozaique
  • 2003: Avec (SJR), with Hot Club de Suede
  • 2005: Django Project vol. 1 (Lundgren Music), with Anders Larsson
  • 2008: Django Project vol. 2 (Lundgren Music), with Anders Larsson
  • 2011: Take Two (Lundgren Music), with Stockholm Swing All Stars
  • 2012: Janeiro (Lundgren Music), with Daniel Santiago
  • 2012: Barcelona / Estocolmo (Lundgren Music), with Fredrik Carlquist
  • 2013: Plays Richard Rodgers (Lundgren Music), with Trio Legacy
  • 2013: Bossa Nova vol. 1 (Lundgren Music), with Fredrik Carlquist
  • 2014: Passageiros (Lundgren Music), with Lili Araujo
  • 2014: Cruce de Caminos (Lundgren Music), with Celia Mur
  • 2015 : Mar (Lundgren Music), with Luiz Murá[4]
  • 2017: Jazz Vol. 1 (Lundgren Music), with Jorge Rossy and Doug Weiss[5]
  • 2017: Acoustic Connection LIVE (Lundgren Music), with Antoine Boyer[6]

References

  1. ^ Almqvist, Peter (2007). "Gustav Lundgren - Sveriges flitigaste gitarrist" (in Northern Sami). Fuzz.se. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  2. ^ Holmberg, Gunnar (2007). "Gustav Lundgrens gitarrhjältar:Jimi, John…och DJANGO!" (in Northern Sami). DigJazz.se. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  3. ^ "Gustav Lundgren". Biography. All About Jazz. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  4. ^ "Gustav Lundgren". Discography. Discogs.com. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  5. ^ "Gustav Lundgren". Discography. Deezer.com. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  6. ^ "Lundgren Music CD". LundgrenMusic.shop.textalk.se. Retrieved 2018-03-04.

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