Crash n Recovery - Slogan/motto
 Photo by: Robin Lindqvist

Crash n Recovery are (from left to right):
Roberth Johansson-acoustic guitar, back-up vocals and songwriter
Olle Söderlind-Drums and percussion, back-up vocals
Daniel Jonsson-bass, contrabass, back-up vocals
Linda Engström- lead vocals, acoustic guitar and songwriter
Johan Arveli- banjo, pedal steel, dobro, harmonica, back-up vocals etc.
Lars Åstrand- fiddle, mandolin 
With their roots in the deep woods of northern Sweden Crash n Recovery's original music has brought them wings. Nominated for Best European Act at British Country Music Awards 2014 and winners of the largest national radio music competition in Sweden; at the regional finals in Vasternorrland Svensktoppen Nästa 2015. The band started out back in 2012 and immediately after the release of their first EP "The Word" the buzz around them got loud. Since then they've released their debut album "Post the storm", the singles "Minefield", "Since we went to sleep" and just recently "Take me back". They've done very well on the European Country Chart Hotdisc Top 40 with three singles with a combined lifespan of 34 weeks on the list and with a peak at #10. Since the start 2012 they've played at festivals such as:

Country 2 Country Festival, O2 Arena London UK
Verzasca Country Music Festival, Ticino Switzerland
American Journeys Festival, Cambrai France
Skagen Festival, Skagen Denmark
High Chapparal Country Festival SE
Skulefestivalen SE
Urkult SE
Vemdalens Country Festival SE
Nipyran SE
Kramfors Stadsfest SE
Scandinavian Country Music Festival SE
Dundermarknan SE

Sharing stages and festivals with legendary artists such as:

Carrie Underwood
Miranda Lambert
Eric Church
Ashley Monroe
Leann Rimes
Buffy Sainte Marie
Doug Seegers

Crash n Recovery label their music as Americana with a mixture of country, folk and bluegrass. Most of the songs are written by leadsinger Linda who sometimes partners up with Roberth in this but all the songs are arranged and produced by the whole band. Yet their upcoming album might introduce a bit of a different sound for the band. Earthier, more folksy and more personal. Taking a step back from the country music genre.