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Johan Bergqvist is a Swedish singer/songwriter and keyboardist. He was born on 11 December, 1980 in Stockholm, Sweden. He is best known for his work with the band The Cardigans, with whom he has released four albums. He has also released two solo albums, "The Art of Being" (2006) and "The Art of Being Part II" (2008). Bergqvist began playing the piano at the age of five and started writing songs at the age of twelve. He studied music at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and graduated in 2003. Bergqvist has collaborated with many artists, including The Cardigans, Ane Brun, and Peter Bjorn and John. He has also written and produced music for films, television, and commercials. Bergqvist is currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. He is married and has two children. His net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.
|43 years old
|11 December, 1980
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In February 2010 he contributed guitars and piano to the song "Wake Up World", which was recorded and released to raise funds for the Haiti relief efforts. The song was performed live at Swedish TV4 Nyhetsmorgon.
In 2010 Johan also started a new band, Hong Faux, along with singer Niklas Serén. In this project he plays the bass and in 2011 the band's debut album The Crown that Wears the Head was released exclusively on vinyl.
Other artists and bands that Johan has played with include Charlie Emm, Micke Herrström, Friska Viljor and I Am the Flood. Johan was previously involved with the band HappyPill (now Roxie 77) with members Ryan Roxie, Anton Körberg and Magnus Wikström. In August 2008 Johan left the band to focus on The Genuine Fakes and his solo project. Since 2006 he is also a permanent member of hardcore/pop/grunge band NUTMEG as lead guitarist.
During the 21st century Johan has continuously toured around Sweden and showed his talents as an artist and a songwriter. He has shared the stage with Kiss, Ron Sexsmith and Jon Auer of The Posies as well as many of the big Swedish acts such as Kristofer Åström, Stefan Sundström, José González and Elin Sigvardsson. In 2003 he performed at the prestigious Hultsfred Festival alongside many international acts.