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Swedish musician Pugh Rogefeldt’s will – this is how the money will be divided

Swedish musician Pugh Rogefeldt’s will – this is how the money will be divided

OHMYGOSSIP – Pugh Rogefeldt’s will shows that he had assets of several million kroner. The partner and the artist’s four sons will inherit, and everything will be divided in the will according to Pugh’s wishes, Expressen reports.

Anders Sture Torbjörn “Pugh” Rogefeldt (2 March 1947 – 1 May 2023) was a Swedish singer, musician, guitarist and songwriter who made his breakthrough in the late 1960s with albums such as ‘Ja, dä ä dä’ and ‘Pughish’ . Unlike most other Swedish pop musicians who wanted to achieve international success, he sang in Swedish. One song commonly associated with Rogefeldt is “Små lätta moln”. The biggest hits are “Här kommer natten”, “Fälärdralåten”, “Hog Farm”, “Dinga Linga Lena” and “Stockholm”.

Rogefeldt was a passionate admirer of the Old Norse religion, and the Norse god Thor was especially important to him. He said that rock music and Old Norse religion have common central attributes, and he tried to fuse them together on the album Hammarhjärta.

In the early 1990s, he was also a member of Grymlings with Göran Lagerberg, Mikael Rickfors and Magnus Lindberg. Rogefeldt died on May 1, 2023 at the age of 76 from corticobasal degeneration (a progressive brain disorder characterized by the loss and shrinkage of nerve cells in many areas of the brain).

Featured image: Pugh Rogefeldt (Daniel Åhs Karlsson/Wikipedia CC BY-SA 3.0)

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