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Krister Axel
Krister axel sf07.jpg
courtesy of kristeraxel.com
Background information
Birth nameKrister Axel Bjornson Tidics
BornMay 14, 1974 (1974-05-14) (age 45)
Paris, France
GenresBlues, Folk
Occupation(s)Musician, Singer-songwriter, Composer, Engineer
InstrumentsVocals, Guitar, Piano, B3, Harmonium
Years active1994–present
LabelsNoonchild Records / RockStarAlley
Associated actsPaper Sun, Whitestarr, Chris Pierce, Saucy Monky, Cheyenne Kimball, The River South
Websiteaxel.me, CHILLFILTR.com

Krister Axel (born May 14, 1974) is a French-born musician, poet and software engineer living in Ashland, Oregon.

Background

Krister Axel was born in Paris in 1974. He began his career as a songwriter performing in the streets of Paris, New York City, Madison, Wisconsin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Ashland, Oregon. Krister has cited Chris Whitley as the greatest influence on his writing. His credits include pieces for the soundtracks to Hate Crime, A Colombia, and licensing with NBC, Regent Theaters, and many others. Krister had several songs featured on the season 5 DVD of Friday Night Lights.

Krister plays finger-style guitar and electric piano. He is also a co-founder of the band The River South. In February 2018, Krister launched CHILLFILTR, a roots-based music blog.

Discography

Albums and EPs

Other Productions

  • Sunshine Allison, Rise, Riggadig records (1995)
    produced by Krister Axel, David Kellogg, and Sunshine Allison
  • Sunshine Allison, Eastside, Riggadig records (1997)
    produced by Krister Axel and Sunshine Allison
  • "Always on My Mind" (single), unreleased (2002)
    produced by Krister Axel and Chris James
  • Paper Sun, "Tragic" and "Brooklyn" tracks 1 and 6 from Humanity (EP), digital release (2003)
    produced by Krister Axel, Paper Sun, and Chris Fuhrman

AWARDS

  • Songprize Winner 2005 (for "Georgia Rain")
  • Two-time Rock City Music Awards nominee 2005
  • NXNE Showcasing Artist 2005
  • SXSW Showcasing Artist 2006
  • Four Songs featured at Cinequest Film Festival 2006 ("A Colombia" by Ryan Byrne)
  • Three-time Rock City Music Awards nominee 2006
  • Amoeba Records Homegrown Artist, March 2006
  • Songprize Winner 2008 (for "Always A Circle")
  • ATMA - Best Independent Artist December 2017 - link
  • ATMA - Best American Song December 2017 - link
  • Hollywood Songwriting Contest - Adult Alternative Finalist 2017 (for "Seeing Stars") - link
  • Hollywood Songwriting Contest - Adult Alternative Finalist 2017 (for "There's Nothing Beneath Us") - link
  • Hollywood Songwriting Contest - Adult Alternative Nominee 2017 (for "Never Say Goodbye") - link
  • International Songwriting Awards - Semi-finalist 2017 (for "Seeing Stars") - link
  • International Songwriting Awards - Semi-finalist 2017 (for "Follow the Light") - link
  • Song of the Year semi-finalist 2018 (for "There's Nothing Beneath Us") - link
  • American Songwriting Awards - Winner 2018 (for "Go My Way") - link
  • American Songwriting Awards - Nominee 2018 (for "A Little Dying") - link
  • American Songwriting Awards - Nominee 2018 (for "Someday") - link

References

This page was last edited on 6 October 2019, at 04:31
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