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Uploaded on Dec 21, 2011

EST (Esbjörn Svensson Trio) were Europe's most popular and arguably most influential jazz act of the 21st century. At the height of their success, the Swedish band were selling out concert halls worldwide — a rare feat in jazz. The Times proclaimed EST's Live in Hamburg (2007) the most important jazz album of the last decade.

On 14 June, 2008, pianist and leader Svensson died in a scuba diving accident near Stockholm. His passing marked the end of the band.

After long hiatuses, both Dan Berglund (bass) and Magnus Öström (drums) have returned to making music. Sweden.se met with the two musicians to talk about life in music after EST.

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