Olsson has seen life from the other side of the business, with a decade of experience in both major-label and independent situations. Despite three albums (1998’s P.J. Olsson, 1999’s Words for Living and 2005’s Beautifully Insane) acclaimed both for their bold 21st century troubadour combinations of traditional instruments and innovatively utilized electronics and his often-revealing lyrics, he had little commercial success.
Read more about P.J. Olsson on Last.fm. Read more
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.