|Origin||Ål, Hallingdal, Norway|
|Years active||Since 1990|
Arne Henry Sandum
Lars Håvard Haugen
Bjørn Gunnar Sando
Lars Christian Narum
As of 2012, they have released thirteen albums—including a compilation and two live albums—as well as two live concert DVDs. They are among Norway's most popular recording artists.
Their lyrics are written and sung in the dialect of the Hallingdal area of Norway and there is evidence of influence from traditional (folk) Norwegian music, giving a distinctive "Norwegian" flavor to their country music.
Their early albums often included songs originally recorded by country music artists from the USA with The Hellbillies writing new lyrics in Norwegian. Later efforts have included much more original material that reflect contemporary Norwegian people and Norwegian life and issues.
- Aslag Haugen - Lead vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, writing the music on most of the tracks.
- Arne Henry Sandum - Electric bass-guitar
- Lars Haavard Haugen - Lead guitar, resonator guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, baryton guitar, pedal steel etc.
- Bjørn Gunnar Sando - Drums
- Arne Moslåtten - Acoustic guitar, flute, lyricist, percussion
Keyboards/Piano/Organ at concerts:
- Lasse Hafreager (1993-2000)
- Trond Nagell Dahl (2001-2003)
- Lars Christian Narum (2003- )
- 1993: Spellemannprisen in the class Country-rock awarded for the album Pela Stein
- 2007: Spellemannprisen awarded 'This year's spellemann for the album Spissrotgang
- Sylvspente Boots (1992)
- Pela Stein (1993)
- Lakafant (1995)
- Drag (1996)
- Sol Over Livet (1999)
- Urban Twang (2001)
- Niende (2004)
- Spissrotgang (2007)
- Leite etter Lykka (2010)
- Tretten (2012)
- Røta - Hellbillies beste (2006)
- Bergan, Jon Vidar (2013-02-19). "Hellbillies Biography". Store Norske Leksikon (in Norwegian). Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
- Rønning, Øyvind (2012-11-25). "Hellbillies fant lykka i Oslo Spektrum" (in Norwegian). Dagbladet. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
- "Hellbillies m./Ola Kvernberg + Mathias Eick" (in Norwegian). Kongsberg Jazz Festival. 2013-07-05. Retrieved 2013-10-16.
|Recipient of the Spellemannprisen
as This year's Spellemann