Beches Indian Brew – Swedish tour concluded – wonderful response

Posted 2016-11-05

Thank you all for a wonderful tour. We had full houses in Stockholm and Umeå and feel very appreciated by our audiences and happy for what we accomplished.

A heartfelt thanks to Musikverket that supported us economically and to everbody in and around the band:
The Karnatic vidwans Akkarai Sornalatha and Akkarai Subbulakshmi, violin, Shreesundar Kumar, khanjira; Jayachandra Rao, mridangam
The West African Master Drummer Doe Kushiator from Ghana
and the great Swedes Lise-Lotte Norelius, percussion/electronics; Stefan Bellnäs, bass; Göran Klinghagen and Max Schultz, guitars; Sir Thomas Jäderlund, saxophones, bass clarinet, Livet Nord, violin; Jonas Knutsson och Thomas Gustafsson, saxophones
Special thanks to Sigge Krantz who did the sound and Göran Kindlund who handled our logistics.

VIDEOS, BROADCAST, PHOTOS, REVIEWS, ARTICLES:

VIDEOS:
Edith on tour by Jöns Jönsson
More videos at the Country & Eastern YouTube channel
20160920 Presskonferens, SVT-video
20161016 Snippet from Dhanyasisters
20161021 Soundcheck in Malmö
20161029 Soundcheck in Umeå
201629 Kö till konserten

BROADCAST:
20161029 Broadcast from Umeå (available during November,
Beches Indian Brew after 3 h 30 mins)

PHOTOS AND DRAWINGS:
20161021 Christer Männikus’ photos from Beches Indian Brew in Malmö
20161016 Martin Ehrlings drawings from Stockholm
20161029 Stephan Artistfoto Nord’s photos
20161015 Shreesundarkumar’s photos

REVIEWS:
20161022 Alexander Agrell, Sydsvenskan
20161023 Kristianstadsbladet
20161030 Johan Hauknes, Salt Peanuts
20161031 Beches häxbrygd festivalens höjdpunkt

ARTICLES:
20160920 Press conference for Umeå Jazz Festival (Swedish)
20161026_Förhandsartikel i VK (Swedish)
20161031 VK om jämlikhet vid Umeå Jazzfestival

20161021 Beches Indian Brew in Malmö

(Unfortunately Sornalatha Akkarai is hidden and Göran Klinghagen is missing from this photo)