Peter Lundblad, Swedish singer, Died at 65

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Gustaf Peter Lundblad was born on August 26, 1950, and died on December 22, 2015.

He was a Swedish singer and songwriter, well-known for his 1986 song Ta mig till havet.

Gustaf 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, Gustaf and Torbj√∂rn wrote and recorded the song Who Will Comfort Toffle? which also is a children’s book written by Tove Jansson.

Together with Agneta Olsson, Gustaf Lundblad competed in Melodifestivalen 1983 with the song Vill du ha mig efter gryningen.

Gustaf Lundblad passed away due to prostate cancer, on December 22, 2015, aged 65.