Clarence Öfwerman

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Öfwerman at the Bospop festival in Weert, The Netherlands, 9 July 2011

Clarence Öfwerman, born 22 November 1957, is best known as the longtime producer of Roxette,[1] having been with the band from their debut album Pearls of Passion in 1986 through to 2012's Travelling, Roxette's latest studio album. He is the big brother of Roxette percussionist, keyboardist and vocalist Staffan Öfwerman. Öfwerman also joins Per Gessle[2] and Roxette[3] as a live musician on various tours, most recently during the 2009 Night of the Proms series in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.[1] and a mini European tour in 2010. He also joined Roxette for their first world tour in 16 years in 2011.


  1. ^ a b Victor Johansson (21 November 2009). "Roxette Make a Comeback in Belgium". Allehanda. Retrieved 6 March 2010.  Original article
  2. ^ Kenth Jonsson (12 May 2007). "Gessle gives concert in Borgholm". Ölandsbladet. Retrieved 6 March 2010.  Original article
  3. ^ Maurilio De Miguel (5 December 1994). "Roxette – Marketability well-run". El Mundo. Retrieved 6 March 2010.  Original article