Lars Boquist went solo 2016 and released his first album ‘Larser Than Life’. The album was mostly instrumental. But this time, together with his band The 1712s it’s songs with vocals (except for the Toto cover Child’s anthem). The style is more or less the same as his previous work with bands like Dizziness, Pole Position, Reptilian and Neondaze i.e. hard rock/metal with an 80:s touch.
Lars was once featured in the American magazine Guitar Player.
SOURCE: Official Bio
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