Burnadotte is …
Anders Eriksson: Lead vocals / ukulele / banjolele
Ed Edvinsson: tuba / vocals
Mark Ström: sopranino recorder
- A true vintage vocalist, Anders Eriksson is rejuvenating the American song treasures of the early 20th century with his naturally vibrant and crisply articulated baritone. Bright-sounding ukuleles and banjoleles are his instruments of choice, and through the years Anders has acquired a vast knowledge of the early jazz repertoire.
- Battling a heavy metal addiction since childhood, Ed Edvinsson now has aquired a wider taste in music and loves the vintage jazz tunes: This experienced bass player and backing vocalist has finally found a new musical home at Burnadotte Manor: At night he emerges out of his cave to defend our bass line territory wearing a large tuba.
- Mark Ström has many years of experience in reviving Olden Tunes: Well studied in the 300+ years old performance practises of the Baroque, he is now taking a dive into the more recent improvisation repertoire of early jazz. That wee sopranino recorder adds a crisp, birdlike brightness to the Burnadotte:ish soundscape.