The Swedish ensemble Den Fule ("The Ugly One") has since long time a reputation as one of the most exciting folk music groups in Scandinavia. Den Fule, like no other band, combines traditional Nordic folk music with influences from jazz, rock and world music, creating a unique brew of irresistible power and joyful playing.

During the 1990s the group toured extensively throughout Sweden and Europe, achieving great success. Den Fule recieved a Swedish Grammy for their first album "Lugumleik" in 1993. Their second album "Skalv", was released in 1995. In 1997 the band split up, the members continuing to work with other musical projects. After a decade of silence, the band, which had been one of the folk music scenes most popular and active in the 90s, reformed in 2007.

Consisting of only the original members they returned to the studio to record their new cd "Halling i köket" in 2009, and it was released the following year. It was resoundingly acclaimed by a unanimous press corp.
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Den Fule's fourth cd, "Contrebande" released in 2013, features kora player and singer Solo Cissokho and singer Adama Cissokho, both from Senegal, and also the Canadian spoken word artist Sofia Baig.

Since the reunion, Den Fule has played at festivals in Scotland, Turkey, The US and Senegal as well as in the Scandinavian countries.

Den Fule today is effervescent like never before, presenting possibly even a broader range from raw funkiness to a more lyrical style. 


Jonas Simonson - flutes, bass clarinet 
Sten Källman - saxophones, percussion
Henrik Cederblom - guitars, violin 
Stefan Bergman - electric bass, guitar
Christian Jormin - drums, percussionmailto:jonas.simonson@hsm.gu.se?subject=e-post%C3%A4mnemailto:sten@kallman.se?subject=e-post%C3%A4mnemailto:henrik@cederblom.com?subject=mailto:bergman.stefan@yahoo.com?subject=e-post%C3%A4mnemailto:christian.jormin@swipnet.se?subject=shapeimage_13_link_0shapeimage_13_link_1shapeimage_13_link_2shapeimage_13_link_3shapeimage_13_link_4