The later picked up the banjo, harmonicas and the dobro to fit into the soundscape. In 2005 the first self-titled album was finished. But despite being a brilliant, diverse and non-conform work, it never won the attention of any labels. Thus brothers Johansson created a platform of their own, True Music Production, and released from that. Late 2005 the album reached the Netherlands and sprouted.
Until this day the Netherlands stays the Hyacinth House country number one. At this stage drummer John Nyberg had joined the band and before that bas player Peter Norén. The band was now complete and threw two brilliant tours in the Netherlands before starting the exhausting process of recording a second album autumn 2006. The album was finished by summer 2007 and it was recorded mostly in a small and crude but inspiring old house on the countryside outside of Västervik. Following the success of the debut, this second album named “Black Crows’ Country”, once again attracted most attention in the Netherlands.
But by now other actors had gotten their eyes on the band... November 2007 Glitterhouse and True Music Production came to terms regulating a license deal for “Black Crows’ Country”. Release date set for the 29th of Feb 2008. Thus opening up the major part of Europe and most importantly the German market. The band’s first and foremost creative forces are Mack Johansson, Fredrik Johansson and Andreas Berg - so far being the originators to all material. But the music comes from the band, which no longer can be called a solo-project but a very talented crew of musicians boasting a unique, diverse and rich sound.
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