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Mikael Wiehe says goodbye to the audience with a big tour and a new album. «A dream we carried on the sea of ​​life / About something great / About something deep / About something boundless and without end» - Mikael Wiehe, On the sea of ​​life (2021) For half a century, two things have defined Mikael Wiehe's artistic career. Partly the eternal journey, the endless tour. Partly the dream of a better world. The former has now soon reached its final destination. The latter is an attempt that will never end. With his new album "The Last Mohican" and the subsequent tour, Mikael Wiehe says goodbye. Farewell to the intense touring life that has been his hallmark ever since he first met the audience as the leader of the Hoola Bandoola Band in the 70's. With a love affair with the audience, he continued into his solo career with thousands of songs and concerts around the Nordics. Still around a hundred every year, year after year. Any 75-year-old can indulge in stepping down a bit. Not least one who has released a forty album and who has constantly maintained a strong position as an important voice in the public debate. Always ready to stand up for justice and equality. But this is also a role that commits. Mikael Wiehe does not intend to leave us with the wind on the high seas. On 29 October the first single on the new album "På livets hav" will be released. A suggestive poetic depiction of years that have passed and dreams that have been dreamed. About those who never lost sight of the goal on the horizon. No matter how far it seemed to move. A month later, on 26 November, it's time for album release, which on the other side of the year is followed by an extensive tour. 45 dates that start in Bergen and end in the Concert Hall in Copenhagen. A worthy farewell to the audience from one of the foremost Swedish artists and songwriters of all time. What happens afterwards? Mikael Wiehe is not the one to give up right away. Where one chapter ends, another begins. Perhaps a hint can be discerned in the concluding lines of "On the Sea of ​​Life": «It is a journey that has no end / And our dreams / Our dreams we have left / On the great sea of ​​life» DURATION 1 hour and 30 minutes, without a break. ORGANIZER Stavanger Concert Hall

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