|Born||1978 (age 42–43)|
|Genres||Jazz and rock music|
|Associated acts||Blood on Wheels |
Goat The Head
Trond Frønes (born 1978 in Trondheim, Norway) is a Norwegian (bass guitarist), known from bands like Blood on Wheels, Goat The Head, Grand General and Sunswitch.
Frønes has collaborated with musicians like Ola Kvernberg, Even Helte Hermansen, Erlend Slettevoll and Kenneth Kapstad, and had a central position in the Norwegian band Cadillac and Jerryville from 1999.
Petter Wettre is a Norwegian Jazz musician (Saxophone) and Composer, known from a number of album recordings, accompanied by receiving the Spellemannprisen two times.
Ola Kvernberg is a Norwegian jazz musician known for his virtuosic string swing violin playing and his international performances. He is the son of traditional musicians Liv Rypdal Kvernberg and Torbjørn Kvernberg, and the brother of traditional musicians Kari Kvernberg Dajani and fiddler Jorun Marie Kvernberg, and grandson of the fiddler and traditional music composer Peter L. Rypdal. Kvernberg studied classical violin from the age of nine, and won 3rd prize in a great classical violin competition in Italy when he was fourteen.
Karl Seglem is a Norwegian Jazz musician, composer and producer, known from a series of combined jazz and traditional music releases, as well as leading his own record label NorCD from 1991.
Kirsti Huke is a Norwegian singer, and composer. Huke was best recognized as the lead singer for Norwegian doom metal/experimental band The 3rd and the Mortal in the final line-up.
Siri Beathe Gellein is a Norwegian Musician (vocals) and journalist, known from several albums, bands and television programs.
Geir Holmsen is a Norwegian jazz musician, bassist, arranger and composer, and married 1983 to the singer Maj Britt Andersen. He participated in various bands connected to the jazz club Club 7 in Oslo, from the mid-1970s, including "Kråbøl", "Lotus" and "Chipahua". He is also known from "Jon Eberson Group" (1980–84), "Jazzpønkensemblet" (1982–85) and "Oslo Rhythm & Blues Ensemble" (1986–87).
Beate Slettevoll Lech is a Norwegian jazz singer, composer and lyricist in modern jazz and related music, raised in Øvre Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane. She grew up in Volda, Møre og Romsdal as the daughter of the Polish jazz violinist Zdzislaw Lech, known from bands like "Folk & Røvere", Jon Eberson's band Metropolitan, and Beady Belle with her husband jazz bassist Marius Reksjø, and has attracted attention in concerts internationally.
Kenneth Kapstad is a Norwegian musician (drums) from Trondheim, known as the drummer of the band Gåte (2004–05), and God Seed (2012-2015), and from collaborations within the bands Motorpsycho, Animal Alpha, Goat the Head and Monolithic.
Anders Aarum is a Norwegian jazz pianist, known from numerous albums and international collaborations like Sonny Simmons, Ola Kvernberg, Tine Asmundsen, Sigurd Køhn, Børre Dalhaug, Nora Brockstedt and Even Kruse Skatrud.
Erlend Slettevoll is a Norwegian jazz pianist, known from cooperation with musicians like Ola Kvernberg, Petter Wettre, Heidi Skjerve, Kjetil Møster, Steinar Raknes and Espen Aalberg.
Konrad Kaspersen is a Norwegian Jazz musician.
Geir Langslet is a Norwegian jazz pianist and band leader raised in Fredrikstad.
Ellen Brekken is a Norwegian jazz musician who plays upright bass, bass guitar, and the tuba.
Pål Hausken is a Norwegian Jazz musician, most known from bands like the jazz trio In The Country where he plays together with Morten Qvenild and Roger Arntzen, but also for his collaboration with artists like Susanna Wallumrød, Bull of the Year, Zahl and Music for a While together with Tora Augestad.
Kim-Erik Pedersen is a Norwegian artist and jazz musician (saxophone), known from bands like Jon Eberson / Kim-Erik Pedersen Quartet, Eberson Funk Ensemble, Andrea Rydin Berge Quintet and Anja Eline Skybakmoen.
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Grand General are a Norwegian jazz-fusion band that consists of drummer Kenneth Kapstad, bassist Trond Frønes, keyboardist Erlend Slettevoll, guitarist Even Helte Hermansen, and violinist Ola Kvernberg.
Kenneth Ekornes is a Norwegian jazz musician (percussion) and member of the 'Brazz Brothers', known from a number of recordings, as well as for his multiethnic musical expression and his creative use of electronics.
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