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Hedvig Mollestad cooks up some heavy jazz

Comfortably straddling such diverse sounds as jazz and heavy metal (while wearing stiletto heals), this Norwegian guitarist demands attention.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-12-11


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Related artist(s): Hedvig Mollestad

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