Second Line Jazzband history and photo Album

The Second Line Jazzband was formed in 1989 and since then has established a position as one of the most popular traditional jazzbands in Europe. Original improvisations and arrangements and a tremendous intensity in our playing have given us oppurtunities to perform at many jazz clubs and festivals, on TV and radio in, for example, England, Germany, Holland, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Finland, Denmark, Norway and, of course, Sweden.
Many prominent musicians have guested our band over the years such as Antti Sarpila, Lillian Boutté and Orange Kellin. Our unique style comes from our widely differing musical backgrounds but above all it is the New Orleans revival style which gives us the greatest inspiration and is the kind of music we specialize in. The Second Line Jazzband has recorded ten CDs (the latest one “Lost Control” was released in spring 2008) with a mix of traditional jazz, spirituals but also numbers by Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Louis Prima, Pete Seeger and the Rolling Stones.
We do our best to keep the New Orleans music alive!
Here are some pics from Second line jazzband. Visit our homepage at http://www.secondlinejazzband.com Pic´s from JFK Pub Hilleröd Denmark, Köpenick Germany, Silkeborg Denmark and more in Europe.


In the beginnging it was 1989 at Liseberg amusement park. It´s not Max Collies on trombone(guess who?).


20 Years later Jesper Albrektsson, Niklas Carlsson and yours truly are still in the band. Olof Skoog and Johan Horner has joined.
See and listen at more at Myspace.
And on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Second-Line-Jazzband/199981057482

Outside The Queen in Doveholes G.B. parading with Phil Masons(forground) band. Helen Mc Intosh on sax and Jim Mc Intosh on the right and far right Niklas Carlsson and yours truly on the left.
Partying at Skipperstuen Sildajazz in Haugesund 1999. Among others Second Line Jazz band and Phil Masons New Orleans all stars.

Mad cow disease

Touring England during mad cow disease ment precaution. This was the uniform of the band as demonstrated by Niclas Karlsson.
Gentleman Jim Mc Intosh in action with the band.

Playing Ting-a-ling with Klas Lindqvist on flute at Riverboat Jazz festival in Silkeborg 1999.

Germany summerjazz in Rathaus Kopenick outside Berlin. 1998. Great stage.
And 100 Club in London was a must. Here in 1997.
And at last some very nice pics taken at JFK pub Hillerod Denmark 2002

Anders Wasén banjo, Niclas Karlsson tb. Jesper Albrektsson tp takes a break.

The rest of the band.
Anders Ostlund drums, Per Bach and Olof Skoog ts.bass

More pictures of Second line.