Last weekend I had an exciting experience at the Norwegian town of Røros, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites with a history as a mining town from the 17th century. Here the Norwegian glass company Riis Glass held its 145 year anniversary party with a few of Norway’s best music artists. (Photo above: Åge Aleksandersen and Sambandet)
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Aage Aleksandersen at Rockefeller
Aage Aleksandersen is one of Norway’s best live artists, and he is also one of te artists who have been most on the road and for a longest period. These days he is on a tour in Norway, and tonight he played at the Rockefeller Music Hall in Oslo.
Aage Aleksandersen – The Grandfather Of Norwegian Rock
Aage Aleksandersen started out in the band Prudence in the late 60’s, and has been going on since then. The Prudence disbanded in 1975, after a period as one of the best Norwegian rock band – more like The Band than anything else. After this period, he started the band Sambandet as his backing band, went solo and started singing in Norwegian. Six years later his song Lys og varme (Light and Warmth) became an alternative national anthem, and Aage got the same status in Norway that Bruce Springsteen has in the US.