Peter Lundblad

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Peter Lundblad
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Peter Lundblad in 2012
Background information
Birth nameGustaf Peter Lundblad
Born26 August 1950
Södermanland, Sweden
Died22 December 2015 (aged 65)
Genrespop, rock
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter

Gustaf Peter Lundblad (26 August 1950 – 22 December 2015) was a Swedish singer and songwriter, well known for his 1986 song Ta mig till havet.[1] Lundblad started his career in the band 'The most Remarkable Nailband' where Lasse Tennander appeared as songwriter. Later they started the band 'Duga' but Tennander left the band quickly. In 1978, Lundblad and Torbjörn wrote and recorded the song Who Will Comfort Toffle? which also is a children's book written by Tove Jansson. Together with Agneta Olsson, Lundblad competed in Melodifestivalen 1983 with the song Vill du ha mig efter gryningen.

Lundblad died of prostate cancer,[2] on 22 December 2015, aged 65.



Year Album Peak positions
1973 Öga för Öga...
1974 Seaweed Gardens
1978 Vem ska trösta knyttet?
1979 Club Öken
1981 Musik i mitt öra
1983 Lugn extas
1986 Ta mej till havet
1988 Härliga liv...
1997 Allt betyder allt
2003 33


Year Single Peak positions
1981 "Ge apan i dig en chans" 15
1986 "Ta mej till havet" 91


  1. ^ "Peter Lundblad". Retrieved 20 August 2012.
  2. ^ "Sångaren Peter Lundblad död – Kultur". 23 December 2015. Retrieved 27 December 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Peter Lundblad discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 26 June 2015.

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