1980 – Jimi Hendrix memorial-fest, Amsterdam. Sky High brought down a jam-packed house at the Paradiso, Amsterdam. Band closed its set with a blues jam featuring original Experience member Mitch Mitchell on drums. Top reviews in British music mag Melody Maker!
1982 – Second album "Still Rockin'", produced in London by "Blues Band" producer Lou Stonebridge, promoted on BBC-radio by the late English blues Nestor Alexis Korner.
1985 – "I Ain't Beggin'", top ten hit around Scandinavia. Video initiated by ZZ Top - airs prime time all over Europe on Music Box and MTV. The track is also featured on the soundtrack for US flick "The American Dream", starring Dennis Hopper.
1987 – 5 piece lineup with keyboards and young female vox Louise Hoffsten. Gold record sales for "Humanizer" album, single "Don't Move" no. 6 on Swedish singles charts.
1988 – Plays the prestigious "The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival" by invitation from Chuck Berry's management, along with f.ex.: B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and James Brown. Plays in front of a crowd of 300,000 at "Glasnost Rock", the Soviet Union's first international rock festival in Tallin, Estonia. Clas records new album "Have Guitar, Will Travel" in San Francisco with Prairie Prince (The Tubes), Ross Valory (Journey), and Norton Buffalo (Steve Miller Band) – Tour of Northern Europe follows.
1991 – Plays SXSW showcase at legendary "Steamboat" club in Austin, Texas - roof gone ever since! Signs with US record label Viceroy.
1992 – Tour of India, by special invitation from Indian Government – the full three week tour is documented by a Swedish film team and later showed on Scandinavian and Indian TV.
1994 – Tour of Ecuador – cultural exchange program initiated by Swedish National Concerts Bureau. Tour together with Ecuador group "Los Chigualeros", who also toured with Sky High Sweden in '95 .
1996 – "Fat Guitar" album produced in the US with the help of legendary English rock lyricist Pete Brown, who contributed with some great new lyrics. Guest appearances by: Mary Wilson (of the Supremes), the Uptown Horns, and the late legendary British blues reed-man Dick Heckstall-Smith
1998 – Four of the band's original songs featured in Swedish blockbuster movie "The Hunters", seen by over 2,000,000! 25 year anniversary twin-set – "Sky Highlights" released by Borderline Records.
2000 – Dynamite gig at legendary Antone's "Home of the Blues" club in Austin, TX. Sky High brings down the house on an all-star night sharing bill with Delbert McClinton, Marcia Ball, & Eric Johnson.
2001 – Tour of Japan – real bluesmen DO eat sushi! (And sometimes have a taste of sake…)
2002 – New recording deal with Virgin Records, new album "Freedom" released in the US.
2003 – New Album "On The Cover / 25 Years Of Madness" - Sky High's 12th released in April. Clas, original S.H. drummer Uffe Åhman, and bass wiz "Häggbert" release a live set recorded at the Jimi Hendrix 60 year anniversary party at Jazzclub Fasching, Sthlm.
2004 – Second album for Virgin/EMI - "Soul Survivor", a live recording of new original songs, featuring extended lineup with keyboards, horns, and female guest voice extraordinaire: Miss Petra Kvännå - recorded live in Stockholm, April 9-11.
2005 – New band with powerhouse drummer James Bradley Jr (Crazytown, Anita Baker, Chuck Mangione, Beastie Boys, etc.) and Ulf "Rockis" Ivarsson – Bass. Virgin release 8 albums from the back-catalog – "Sky High" (80), "Still Rockin'" (82), "Freezin' Hot" (85), "Humanizer" (87), "Have Guitar, Will Travel" (89), "Safe Sex" (91), "Fuzzface" (94), and the big band album "Purple Haze, A Big Band Experience" (98)
2006 – Clas gets Blues Award from Åmål Bluesfest, Sky High play the Stockholm Jazz Fest - for the tenth time!
2007 – Release of Sky High DVD "28 Years Of Madness". Clas record live DVD "Walking With The Kings" (tribute to Albert, B.B., and Freddie King) in NYC with Jon Paris, Nathaniel Peterson & Vince Converse – released September '07.
2008 – New Sky High studio album set for release.