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bestevenn ohohohohoho ser du gjerde, g til grinda ser du dre, kom no inn d ser du trappe, ta eit trinn og g inn. 7 "Heim gjenger i oslo te Mor" stayed in the charts for 19 weeks in and peaked. Close, upcoming concerts (19 see all, odd Nordstoga, engedalsdagane 2018. The tour in the wake of the album, the so-called Luringtur tour, which Nordstoga played together with his backing band Daz Nordstogaz Allstars, played to.000 strong crowd. In 2002 he teamed up with highly respected Norwegian folk musician yonn Groven Myhren (amongst other things known from the folk ensemble Dvergml ) to write, perform and release the album Nivelkinn, based on poems by Telemark poet Aslaug Vaa. International career edit Nordstoga is for the most part famous within Norway. The result was a massive outburst from some of his contemporaries in the Norwegian folk music scene, most prominently the folk singer Kirsten Brten Berg. 7 "Pilegrim" stayed in the charts for 17 weeks in and peaked. 7 The album Strlande Jul marked Nordstoga's first international hit album, entering the Swedish Top 40 Charts at #37 in its first week., 5 and peaking at #17 in its third week.
A couple of minor radio hits, Dag and Bie p deg, ensued. Buy tickets for an upcoming. Odd Nordstoga concert near you. Odd Nordstoga tickets and tour dates for 2018.
Men ute der s sveiper det eit jos for meg og deg. The album is a collection of Norwegian, Swedish and Danish Christmas songs. In 2000, Odd Nordstoga changed the name of Something Odd to simply Nordstoga, signed to the Norwegian label Grappa and released a more pop music oriented self-titled album. The cabaret and its soundtrack, although met with great anticipation, was a minor flop in terms of album sales and tickets sold, whereas the title track proved to be a nice radio hit for the pair. Nordstoga won Norway's prestigious Edvardprisen Award for "Bie p Deg".