7 August 1982 |
Hana established in 2003 Jazzuken in Stavanger, Norway, and operated the jazz club Sting there for three years. He moved to Oslo, where he cooperated with Mats Gustafsson at All Ears (2005).
He has released several albums with the drummer Morten J. Olsen as MoHa!, and contributes to the quartet Ultralyd together with Kjetil Møster (saxophones), Kjetil D. Brandsdal (bass) and Olsen (drums). He played guitar with the rock band Noxagt. He and Møster are the duo Hakj; with Olsen and Andrew D'Angelo they are the trio Morthana; and as a duo with Paal Nilssen-Love they released the album AM/FM (2006) on Utech Records. He has been in a trio on the Norwegian jazz scene with Per Zanussi and Børge Fjordheim. Hana has performed and toured with Jaga Jazzist for more than a year around 2005.
Lately he has studied psychology at the University of Oslo.
- 2006: Flesh dispenser (Utech Records, UR 026), from his solo project at Kongsberg Jazz Festival 2005
- 2011: Dead Clubbing (Drid Machine Records)
- With 'Morthana' trio including Andrew D'angelo and Morten J. Olsen
- 2003: Morthana (Jazzaway Records)
- 2004: Born To Collapse (Circulasione Totale)
- With Paal Nilssen-Love
- 2006: AM/FM (Utech Records), live recording
- With 'Circulasione Totale Orchestra'
- 2006: Open Port (Circulasione Totale)
- 2009: Bandwidth (Rune Grammofon]])
- 2011: PhilaOslo (Circulasione Totale)
- With 'Parlamentarisk Sodomi / Blodsprut'
- 2010: Parlamentarisk Sodomi / Blodsprut (Crucificados Pelo Sistema)
- With 'Brutal Blues' duo including Steinar Kittilsen
- 2014: Brutal Blues (Selfmadegod Records)
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