Tone Damli

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Tone Damli
Tone Damli Aaberge 2011.jpg
Background information
Born (1988-04-12) 12 April 1988 (age 26)
Origin Sogndal, Norway
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer, songwriter
Years active 2005–present

Tone Damli Aaberge (born 12 April 1988 in Sogndal) is a Norwegian singer. She became famous for being a contestant in the Norwegian version of the Idol series.[1]

She was the runner-up in the Norwegian version of Idol in 2005, following Jorun Stiansen in the final. She has released four albums, Bliss, Sweet Fever, I Know, and Cocool.[1] Bliss and I Know have been certified gold in Norway.

She contended in the Norwegian Eurovision Song Contest 2009 finals, with the song Butterflies, and ended up in the runner-up position yet again, this time following Alexander Rybak. She also finished third in the Norwegian version (second season) of Dancing with the Stars in 2006.[1]

On 18 August 2012, it was announced on the official Idol website that Tone Damli will be the first of an all-new four-member jury of former Idol contestants to celebrate 10 years since the official debut of Idol in Norway, along with the very first winner of the series Kurt Nilsen.[2]



Title Album details Peak chart positions
  • Released: 5 December 2005
  • Label: Eccentric Music
  • Formats: CD
Sweet Fever 8
I Know 3 32
Cocool 22
Looking Back 13

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected details
Title Album details


Year Title Peak chart positions Album
2005 "The Bliss Song" Bliss
2006 "Somewhere Soft to Land"
2007 "Fever" 6 Sweet Fever
"Young and Foolish"
2009 "Butterflies" 2 2 I Know
"I Know" 4 4
2010 "I Love You" 7 Cocool
"Crazy Cool"
"Stuck In My Head" 2
2012 "Look Back" 8 Looking Back
"Imagine" (feat. Eric Saade) 9 49
2013 "Smash" - Heartkill EP
"Hello Goodbye" (& Erik Segerstedt) - 14
"Winner of a Losing Game" 1
"Perfect World" -
"Heartkill" -
1. Releases until 2009 credited to Tone Damli Aaberge. From 2010 onward to Tone Damli.



  1. ^ a b c "Premiereløvinnen" (in Norwegian). Tv2. Retrieved 2009-07-13. 
  2. ^ "Tone Damli Aaberge blir "Idol"-dommer" (in Norwegian). TV2. Retrieved 2012-08-18. 
  3. ^ "Tone Damli Aaberge - Norwegian Charts". Hung Medien. 
  4. ^ "Tone Damli Aaberge - Greek Charts". Hung Medien. 
  5. ^ Peak chart positions for singles in Norway:
  6. ^ "Tone Damli Aaberge - Swedish Charts". Hung Medien. 
  7. ^ "Tone Damli Aaberge". Billboard. 

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