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Freddie Wadling

Freddie Wadling

Freddie Wadling


Freddie Wadling (August 2, 1951, Gothenburg, Sweden - June 2, 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden) was a Swedish singer, actor, painter, comic book creator and opera writer, whose over 30-year musical career spans from punk to classical ballads. Although he played in three punk bands during the '70s and early '80s (Liket lever, which roughly translates to "The Corpse is Alive", Cortex and Straitjacket) and the controversial the Leather Nun, his importance for Read more on Last.fm
Freddie Wadling (August 2, 1951, Gothenburg, Sweden - June 2, 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden) was a Swedish singer, actor, painter, comic book creator and opera writer, whose over 30-year musical career spans from punk to classical ballads. Although he played in three punk bands during the '70s and early '80s (Liket lever, which roughly translates to "The Corpse is Alive", Cortex and Straitjacket) and the controversial the Leather Nun, his importance for the Swedish punk scene was minor - in contrast with his influence on the alternative/experimental rock scene. He didn't receive mainstream attention in his homeland until 1988 with the Flesh Quartet. He was awarded the Cornelis Vreeswijk Prize in 2005. In the mid eighties he was one half of Blue For Two with Henryk Lipp.

Blue For Two was a rock band with heavy dependence on electronics that released five albums that were a moderate success in alternative circles. In the eighties he was mainly associated with the swedish alternative label Radium Records. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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