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Ulf Thorbjörn Dageby (born 10 May 1944) is a Swedish rock musician, singer and songwriter. Dageby is mostly known for his role in the leftist “rock orchestra” and theater ensemble Nationalteatern. At the 18th Guldbagge Awards he won the Special Achievement award.
He was born and grew up in Gothenburg, attended secondary school at Hvitfeldtska and early on his interest in music grew from jazz music, through Bob Dylan to a more rock’n’roll oriented sound. He joined Nationalteatern in 1971 as guitar player and soon became the leading member when it came to writing the group's songs, such as "Barn av vår tid" (Children of Our Time) and "Bara om min älskade väntar", a Swedish translation of Bob Dylan's "Tomorrow is a long time". In 1975 Dageby appeared under the pseudonym "Sillstryparn" at the "Alternativfestival - an alternative to the Eurovision song contest - performing "Doin the omoralisk schlagerfestival". He was also