Slidin' Slim

Slidin' Slim

 Sturefors, Östergötland, SWE
BandBluesAcoustic

Slidin' Slim - Not your ordinary blues

Biography

Since his debut as Slidin’ Slim, back in 1994, Anders Landelius has become the leading acoustic blues artist in Sweden. With 100’s of gigs at small blues clubs and several appearances at the big blues festivals every year there is no longer any doubt that he is ready to bring his intense solo blues to the rest of the world. His debut CD, Ten Long Years (released 2004 on No Budget Records), opened a lot of doors with great reviews and airplay all over the planet and the rough solo blues of Slidin’ Slim recorded live on his second CD “One man, a whole lotta blues” (No Budget Records) established Slim worldwide as a major blues talent. With the release "One man riot" (Nine Mile Records) he showed his great talent with 12 original songs pushing the delta blues in to the future using loops, samples and sound effects. The CD recieved rave reviews from all over the planet.
He made his US debut in July 2007 at the Kalamazoo Blues festival and since then he has toured in The Netherlands, Poland and Scandinavia. He's been feautured in high profile magazines like Blues Matters! (UK) and Guitarist (Poland). In September 2009 the DVD/CD-Box "Live at Satyrblues" was released.

Discography

Live at Satyrblues 2008 DVD/CD-Box (AFOCP 2009)
One man riot (NMR0130 2007))
One man, a whole lotta blues (NBRCD2005)
Ten long years (w.Big Fred) (NBRCD2004)
The stars come out at night (w.Big Fred)(JJMCDEP1998)
I've had my fun (JJMCDEP1997)
Introducing the Jungle Kings (JJMMC1996)
Going down slow (JJMMC1996)
How blue can a young man get (JJMMC1995)
Compilations:
Resophonic Players of Europe 2005 (WRA)
Other projects:
Skallbom-Ack,ack (NBR200603)
Busty Blondes - Low down man (NBR2002)
Parkland-Wind up working at a gas station (2002)

Set List

The set list includes a mix of blues from the 30´s, 40´s and 50´s mixed with originals.
2X45 minutes with a 20 minute intermission.
But, everything is possible....
The band performs in a concert setting (appr. 90 min. with no intermissions).