Second interview for Polish media

Second interview from Polish press - this time from (it's media partner of Gessle gig in Warsaw):

Interviews with Per for Polish media

On Martinique's blog video from rehersal

Happy Easter from Per & the band

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Just finished last rehearsal before we move into production mode. Sounds great. Have a wonderful Easter weekend, y'all!





About Meet & Greet

I know a lot of people are asking for meet & greet-situations after the shows to take pics and getting stuff signed. I promise I'll do my best to show up as often as possible. After a beer - or four - in the dressing room anything can happen! - P.
PS. More home movies tomorrow.

Magnus Börjeson for

1. How did you get to play bass?
I was offered a bass for 125 SEK from an older guy in my neighbourhood. I was a drummer but my best friend had a larger drum kit so I thought... go for it!
Turned out I got the bass for 80 SEK. What a bargain! I was 10 years old.

2. How did you meet Per?
I met him through Christoffer. I helped out with computer stuff on Mazarin. I still don't know if my job is bass player or Mac-tech-support.

3. How is it to work with him?
Brilliant! He's a great guy.

4. Do you know Marie as well?
I've met her a couple of times. She's very nice.

5. When was the first time you heard a Roxette song? What did you think of it?
I heard "Never Ending Love" on the radio when it came out. I thought it sounded very "non-Swedish" and I liked that.

6. How is life in a tour?
It's all fun and games.

7. Tell us something funny about yourself.
I'm a bald guy with long hair.

8. How are the recording sessions?
It's mostly Christoffer and Clarence. Until they run into Mac-problems.

9. Do you add some personal touch on each song? Some personal style?
I'm the bass player live. I guess I'm adding something. What it is? I haven't the faintest...

10. In what way does Per’s music relate to your kind of music?
He has his roots in 60s and 70s pop music and so do I. We have a lot of common ground there.

11. Do you play only pop music, or do you prefer another type of music?
The last couple of years I've done a lot of music for film and TV. I really enjoy that. Making music that is not about you and yourself can be very liberating :-)

New pictures, new movies on

“Silly Really” enters US chart

"Silly Really" has entered Sirius XM Satellite Radio's biggest station, Sirius Hits 1's chart at #27. This by requests only. Per comments to TDR: "Exciting!!!" Sirius XM has 22 million subscribers.



"C'mon " will be part of the tracklist


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