Karoline Krüger

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Karoline Krüger
Born (1970-02-13) 13 February 1970 (age 44)
Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Origin Norwegian
Genres Pop music
Occupations Musician & composer
Instruments Piano & vocals
Labels Kirkelig Kulturverksted
Website Official website

Karoline Krüger (born on 13 February 1970 in Bergen, Norway) is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and pianist.[1]

Career[edit]

Krüger's first TV appearance was at the age of 11, in a youth show called Halvsju. She got her breakthrough in 1988, first by winning the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix with the song "For vår jord" ("For Our Earth"), still a student at Bergen Katedralskole (1986–89). This qualified her for the Eurovision Song Contest 1988 final, held that year in the Irish capital Dublin, where she finished fifth. Later that same year she released her debut CD, Fasetter. She sings the ballad You Call It Love, from the film L'etudiante, a song composed by Vladimir Cosma. The song was covered by Richard Sanderson.

In 2013 she did a series of Christmas concerts together with her husbond Sigvart Dagsland, accompanied by the album Jul (2013).[2]

Personal[edit]

Krüger is married to another familiar Norwegian singer Sigvart Dagsland, and together they have two daughters, Sophie (b. 1998) and Emma (b. 2002).[2]

Discography[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

  • 1988: Fasetter (Noahs Ark) (Peak NOR: #16)[3]
  • 1991: En gang i alles liv (Kirkelig Kulturverksted) (Peak NOR: #20)[3]
  • 1993: Fuglehjerte (Kirkelig Kulturverksted)
  • 1996: Den andre historien (Kirkelig Kulturverksted) (Paek NOR: #36)[3]
  • 1999: Sirkeldans (Kirkelig Kulturverksted)
  • 2004: De to stemmer (Kirkelig Kulturverksted)
  • 2011: Veggen (Kirkelig Kulturverksted)

Collaborations[edit]

Year Album Peak positions
NOR
2013 Jul
(jointly with Sigvart Dagsland[2][4]
3

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Certification
FR
[5]
1988 "You Call It Love" 8

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bergan, Jon Vidar. "Karoline Krüger". Store Norske Leksikon (in Norwegian). Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 2013-10-19. 
  2. ^ a b c "Karoline Krüger og Sigvart Dagsland på Geilo" (in Norweigian). Epostavisen.no. Retrieved 2013-10-19. 
  3. ^ a b c NorwegianCharts.com Karoline Krüger discography
  4. ^ NorwegianCharts.com Jul album page
  5. ^ "Karoline Krüger discography". lescharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 8 November 2013. 

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Kate Gulbrandsen
with "Mitt liv"
Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest
1988
Succeeded by
Britt Synnøve
with "Venners nærhet"