|Birth Day||May 4, 1966|
|Age||54 YEARS OLD|
Known for his hit singles "Pleasin' You" and "Favorite Son," this folk, blues, and rock singer and songwriter recorded a 2007 album, Coming Down, that earned him an Independent Music Award nomination for Singer and Songwriter of the Year.
In 1989, he released his first album, Doin' Fine, on an independent New Orleans record label called Rabadash Records.
He co-wrote two songs on a Grammy-winning album by singer Keb' Mo.
Born and raised in Uddevalla, Sweden, he became a touring musician in his mid-teens, traveling throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa, and eventually settling in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
He wrote country singer Tim McGraw's hit song "Watch the Wind Blow By."