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Uppsala, Sweden
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Portrait of Chris Michols
Chris’s musical career started back in the early 90's when he learned to play part of the theme from the Godfather from his friend Dave Lepard (Crash Diet). That little taste of music gave Chris the courage to ask his oldest brother about letting Chris practise using his precious guitar. Andreas, Chris's big brother also helped him get started by teaching him the intro to Guns and Roses Paradise City.
Dave and Chris started a band, Warpath, and made their first record. The band played together for a year or two. During that time Chris had begun writing his own songs, very much inspired by the Nirvana Unplugged album. So with a teenage-rockstar-dream-clouded head Chris teamed up with Peter Johansson (now music producer and founder of Stagger Productions) to start an all unplugged band. This band later transformed into Dislife.

The post-grunge band Dislife played together for seven years. One of the songs Chris wrote for Dislife ended up on the sixth Halloween episode of the world wide known TV-show Dawson’s Creek. Following Dislife's break-up Chris got lost a couple of years, at least musically.

Right now Chris spends a lot of time in the studio, recording and producing new material.
A remake of his first solo album is soon to be expected. Also a second album, featuring the band Chris plays live with, is well on it's way.
 
 
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