Swedish keyboardist, composer, musical director, arranger, producer, and actor Tomas Bodin was mainly known for his work in back of the keyboards from the 1990s Swedish internationally acclaimed intensifying rock outfit the Flower Kings. He was also extremely mixed up in areas of soundtrack and theatre music and released several solo albums. Created Apr 9, 1959, Tomas Bodin discovered the piano young and continued to review music in Stockholm. He performed in various regional bands, like the calypso Mighty Skankers as well as the bluesy Desert Honkers, but his professional profession were only available in 1985 as he became a member of Roine Stolt’s group Stolt. His documenting and touring times with the vocalist/guitarist would expand through Stolt’s fresh band, the Bloom Kings, who shaped in 1994 along with whom he’d become a global prog rock celebrity. Like a keyboardist, Bodin was thinking about MIDI technology and, learning all he could, he finished up teaching computer-based MIDI music. A sought-after soundtrack and stage music composer, he also had written a play, SkilsMässa, and sometimes worked well as an acting professional. As the Bloom Kings were beginning to appreciate popularity, Bodin released his 1st solo album, A TYPICAL Night in my own Ordinary Existence (1996). The rings very packed touring schedule pressured him to consider his ranges as he wished to focus on composing for display and stage. He still information with the Blossom Kings but hardly ever performs live.