April 27, 2010
Author: Johnny Timewarp
Legendary Swedish keyboardist Bo Hansson has died at the age of 67.
Hansson began his musical career as a blues guitarist and formed his own band The Merrymen in the early 1960's. The band opened a number of shows for The Rolling Stones when they toured Scandinavia. Hansson later became a master of the Hammond B-3 organ and released a series of successful instrumental jazz and blues album in the late 1960's and 1970's. These albums were popular throughout Europe and caught the attention of many people, one of whom was Jimi Hendrix (who covered Hansson's composition "Tax Free").
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