Gyllene Tider reunion tour speculated to be next summer’s concert high point
STOCKHOLM - There will most likely be a Gyllene Tider reunion tour in Sweden next summer, according to newspaper reports published today and The Daily Roxette's own sources.
The Swedish news agency TT Spektra writes today that plans for such a tour are becoming much more concrete.
Band members have begun discussing detailed plans of a possible new album release – and a tour – with EMI/Capitol, their record company. Members of Gyllene Tider have for a long time now talked about a tour next summer to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
"Of course I feel this would be great. I remember 'Återtåget' and few 43 year-olds get to tour and both give and receive happiness," says Micke "Syd" Andersson, drummer of Gyllene Tider. Micke gives the tour a 50/50 chance of happening.
Daniel Alvedahl and Thomas Evensson contributed to this article.
- Aftonbladet's article (In Swedish)
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October 21st, 2003
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