SiriusXM electronic BPM channel and The Tim Bergling Foundation have joined forces to kick off an exclusive Avicii set for Mental Health Awareness. This special program that will be called BPM Presents: Avicii Birthday Tribute for Mental Health Awareness, comes at the perfect time, as it will happen during Suicide Prevention Week and will be streamed next Tuesday September 8 for the
After Avicii tragically passed away, his father Klas Bergling started the Tim Bergling Foundation. Aiming to raise money for suicide prevention work, mental health and environmental works as the main focuses, it means that Avicii lives on in a way that helps other people and does good for the world, just like his music and legacy did. Starting the foundation in March of 2019,
Mim Nervo, one half of the famous Australian electronic dance music duo Nervo, has sit with non-other than Klas Bergling, father of the deceased legendary producer Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, at this week's Tomorrowland One World Radio. Mim called Klas to talk about his son and share with him the amazing news that Avicii's multi award winner song 'Levels', has
Thousands of people gathered in Stockholm, Sweden last week for the concert honoring the late Avicii, Tim Bergling. After Avicii's tragic death last year, his parents, Klas and Anki Bergling, started The Tim Bergling Foundation, to advocate for the recognition of mental health issues - and specifically suicide - as a global health emergency and support people to openly talk about
The death of the iconic producer Avicii will forever leave a hole in music lover's hearts that cannot be fixed even over a year later, and DJs still pay respect to him to this day by playing his tracks in their sets. As we all know, Avicii (real name Tim Bergling) tragically committed suicide and thus sparked a conversation surrounding touring artists and
Avicii's Father, Klas Bergling, has recently opened up to CNN about his late sons mental health and how he did not think that his son planned to commit suicide last year. Klas says that he had long talks with his late son last year about Avicii's mental health. Klas says that Avicii (born Tim Bergling), struggled throughout his career with depression,
The death of Avicii, aka Tim Bergling, is still fresh and painful in the mind of the entire world. Shortly following the one year anniversary of the tragic death - and before the full length album "TIM" was unleashed - Avicii's parents announced the startup of a foundation in Avicii's name. The aim of the foundation is to keep his memory alive through putting
The suicide of 28-year-old Swedish DJ and producer Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii, brought to light last year, the underlying mental health issues that are becoming increasingly common within performing artist and those working in the music industry. Avicii’s father, Klas Bergling spoke recently at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, sharing the ethics and philosophy of the newly created Tim Bergling Foundation.
International Music Summit (IMS) Ibiza is the premier global platform for business, culture, and education in the electronic music industry. Spread across three magic days of inspirational and motivational thought-leadership forums, the event is held annually in Ibiza. Similarly to what happens with WMC and Ultra Miami (WMC being held just before Ultra Miami), IMS kicks off the Ibiza summer season.
Avicii’s Father: “It’s the industry itself that is the problem, the industry that makes money of the artist”
Avicii's first posthumous single; 'SOS' has warmed the hearts of fans across the globe. To hear his music again. To hear him speak through his most beloved source. However, the song equally sparked sadder emotions. Its sombre lyrics, a cry for help. Despite this, the single is the first of 16 set to appear in a forthcoming album, aptly titled 'TIM', set for
Months after the Swede's death, Tim Bergling aka Avicii continues to win awards for his retrospective songs and enticing melodies. After nomination for "Best Swedish Song of the Year" Wednesday at the Swedish Rockbjörnen gala in Stockholm, a special figure attended the event in place of the late Avicii and that figure was Klas Bergling, Tim's father. Not only was Tim nominated for the