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EBS @ SWEDEN ROCK 2015: PHOTO GALLERY
The EBS Classic 500 dominated at Sweden Rock and was the powerhouse for the bass on the major part of the gigs that EBS covered (which was about 50% of the almost 90 bands performing at the show). We’re proud to be part of this very well organized event and to supply three out of five stages with gear, as well as a handful artists performing on the main stages. Big thank you to all EBS Artists performing – welcome aboard Johan Blomquist of Backyard Babies and Nick Mailing of The Quireboys – all others that put their trust in EBS gear at the show, Ingolf, Pelle and Urban and the entire Sweden Rock organisation, and last but not least…Roffe, Harry, Stig-Allan and Ove (you know who you are :)) Enjoy the photos from the show and we hope to be back next year!
Nick Mailing is new EBS Artist. Here with The Quireboys.
EBS gear on the main stage, ready for load in.
Anders Iwers pedalboard (light version) with Dark Tranquillity.
Really cool show with Evergrey. Spot the EBS rig with Johan Niemann on the left side.
EBS Artist Johan Niemann of Evergrey with the Classic rig on his side.
Nick with Spike’s Free House, featuring legendary Free/Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke!
Oups. Used drumkit for sale. Nice price.
Welcome aboard with EBS, Johan! And welcome back Backyard Babies!
EBS Artist Anders Modd with Wolf!
Set up for Dark Tranquillity.
Another one with Nick and Spike’s Free House.
Another photo from Backyard Babies great gig!
Anders Iwers stepped in with Dark Tranquillity – and did great!
Great crowd and weather at Sweden Rock this year.
Johan Blomquist cool EBS rig with Backyard Babies.
EBS Artist Mats Rydström with Abramis Brama.
EBS Artist Anders Mossberg with Jerusalem.
Here’s another shoot of Nick with The Quireboys.
Avatar! EBS Artist Henrik Sandelin put his Fafner II on the ClassicLine 810 and rocked the house (or tent)! Amazing show!
The whole backline for Backyard Babies on their comeback tour!
Good to see our brother and former co-worker Michael Stolt on stage with Kaipa Da Capo!