|1||Første gang på Roskilde|
|2||Darwin sad på bænken|
|4||Sig mit navn|
|6||Det sidste ord|
|7||En morgen i Amsterdam|
|13||Da Danmark var en slavenation|
|6750336||Lars Lilholt||Drømmefanger (LP, Album)||Universal Music Group||6750336||Denmark||2018|
|6750336||Lars Lilholt||Drømmefanger (LP, Album, Bla)||Universal Music Group||6750336||Denmark||2018|
|UNI 6747053, 6750336||Lars Lilholt||Drømmefanger (CD, Album)||Universal Music Group, Universal Music Group||UNI 6747053, 6750336||Denmark||2018|
Lars Lilholt – Drømmefanger. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Drømmefanger (LP, Album). Universal Music Group. UNI 6747053, 6750336.
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Lars Lilholt is a danish musician, with roots in the traditional folk-music; scottish, irish, norse. He started out in Kræn Bysteds in the 70's. From the start of the eighties, Lars Lilholt went solo. Kræn Bysteds stopped in 1982 after ten years. His first album Og fanden dukked' op og sagde ja . .And the devil popped up and said yes). Here he made his mark on danish music with a personal mix of rock and folkmusic.
Lars Lilholt (born in Herlev, Denmark on 14 March 1953) is a Danish singer, violinist, guitarist and composer. In the early 1970s, he was part of Kræn Bysted's, a Danish acoustic folk, electric folk and rock group made up of Lars Lilholt, Jacob Ohrt and Lars Dam, all from Aalborg. The singer Inger Nyholm from Silkeborg joined in 1975 and drummer Jens Jørgen Pedersen in 1977. The group had various bass players contributing including Jakob Dalsgaard, Karsten Kongsøre, Johs Stærk and Ole Grønbæk.
He performs with his band Lars Lilholt Band. In 1982, he released album Og fanden dukked' op og sagde ja his first solo album. He formed Lars Lilholt Band the following year made up of Lars Lilholt, Tine Lilholt, Kristian Lilholt, Gert Vincent and Tommy Kejser. When Kejser became manager of the band, he was replaced by Tom Bilde (from Mek Pek Partyband).
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