Swedish bassist Michael Stolt is most beneficial known for his use perhaps one of the most well-known 1990s progressive rock and roll bands, the Rose Kings, a task instigated by his sibling Roine. Delivered in 1964, he was eight years youthful than his guitarist sibling. Michael began playing bass at age group 14, rehearsing to information by Genesis, Climate Survey, and Fantasia, Roines very own music group. Since he currently knew the materials, he was asked to become listed on when first bass participant, Mats Lindberg, still left in 1980. Michael’s live debut happened in springtime 1980 and he could be noticed on Fantasia’s last eponymous record (on Warner). When the music group split he began working being a program and live bassist. In 1986 he became a member of the pop/rock and roll group Desperados as business lead singer. The music group was agreed upon to EMI and released two CDs and a small number of singles between 1990 and 1993 before disbanding. Michael after that come up with his own task, Nöjesprofilerna. In summertime 1994, his sibling Roine asked him to try out a few concert events to get his own single album, The Rose Ruler. The response towards the album as well as the live display was so excellent that Roine made a decision to convert the music group into something long lasting, christened the Rose Kings, which became among the best-selling worldwide prog acts from the 1990s within a couple of years. Michael Stolt’s contribution on studio room recordings was limited, since Roine can play bass perfectly, but he followed the music group live from 1994 to 1999, when he still left to focus on his very own developing projects.