Mine’s A Gin


70’s influenced stuff from Sweden with an album just out

Gin Lady from Sweden formed in early 2011 and released in 2012 their self titled debut, which got positive feedback all over the globe. The group is influenced by artists such as The Faces, Alice Cooper, Master’s Apprentices, Cream and Blue Oyster Cult. The sound is straightforward and heading for the roots of rock.


Earlier ventures Black Bonzo and The All Janet clearly show the members taste for detail and perfection in their sound and songwriting. On their new album ‘Call the nation’ the band shows their talent for catchy melodies and songwriting in the best tradition of The Black Crowes and from the heyday of heavy rock from the seventies.

1. I can’t change
2. Call the nation
3. Mexico Avenue
4. Heavy Burden
5. Ain’t no use
6. Down memory lane
7. Country landslide
8. I’m coming home

Magnus Kärnebro: Vocals
Joakim Karlsson: Electric guitar and vocals
Anthon Johansson: Bass and vocals
Fredrik Normark: Drums

Available at:
GIN LADY ‘Call the nation’  CD & 180g vinyl


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