Torbjørn Økland

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Torbjørn Økland in concert in Søgne 2011

Torbjørn Eirik Økland (born 25 December 1964) is a Norwegian musician. Together with Øyvind Staveland he was the founder of the Norwegian band Vamp. [1]

Økland is also a studio musician for a number of well-known Norwegian artists.

He is also a member of the folk-inspired group Streif .

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References

  1. Vamp in Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian)