Mikael Wiehe

Real Name:Mikael Christian Wiehe

Swedish musician, singer, lyricist and composer, born April 10, 1946 in Hedvig Eleonora parish in Stockholm.
Wiehe's lyrics, inspired by Bob Dylan among others, can be divided into political and personal. The political ones are characterized by left-wing rhetoric. Wiehe was a leading figure for the Swedish left-wing music movement during the 1970s. He was a close friend and often played with Björn Afzelius. Among other things, they had the rock group Hoola Bandoola Band together, one of the leading Swedish progg groups.
Prior to this better known career, in the mid 1960's he was a saxophonist and clarinetist in Blunck's Lucky Seven.

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In Groups:Blunck's Lucky Seven, Hoola Bandoola Band, Kabaréorkestern, Mikael Wiehe & Co., Svensk Rock Mot Apartheid
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