Cato Salsa Experience

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Cato Salsa Experience
Origin Oslo, Norway
Genres Indie rock Garage Rock
Years active 2000–2007

Cato Salsa Experience was an indie rock band from Oslo, Norway. The group formed around jam sessions at lead singer Cato Thomassen's house.[1] The group began playing locally and released a vinyl EP before Emperor Norton Records, an American label, signed them and released their 2002 full-length, A Good Tip for a Good Time. Later in the 2000s, the group began recording albums with The Thing.

Following the beginning of Cato Thomassen's full time musical partnership with ex Madrugada singer Sivert Höyem in 2009, the band is seemingly now defunct.

Members[edit]

  • Cato (Salsa) Thomassen-vocals, guitar
  • Christian Engfelt-bass
  • Jon Magne Riise-drums
  • Nina Bjorndalen-keyboards

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cato Salsa Experience at Allmusic.com