Anne Grete Preus

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Anne Grete Preus
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Norwegian singer Anne Grete Preus in 2007
Background information
Born (1957-05-22) 22 May 1957 (age 59)
Haugesund, Norway
Instruments

Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards,

Piano, Harmonica, Mandolin, Hammond, Dobro

Anne Grete Preus (born 22 May 1957 in Haugesund, Norway)[1] is a Norwegian singer. She was a rock artist in Norway in the 1980s and 1990s, first as member of the bands Veslefrikk and Can Can, and later as a solo artist.[2][3] She has released nine solo albums, and has won the Spellemannprisen and other awards multiple times.

In 2008 she appeared as a narrator in an Arts Alliance production, id - Identity of the Soul.

Awards[edit]

Discography (in selection)[edit]

  • 1984: Snart 17 (Transmission)
  • 1988: Fullmåne (Warner Music Norway)
  • 1999: Lav Sol! Høy Himmel (Warner Music Group)
  • 1991: Og Høsten Kommer Tidsnok ([Warner Music Group)
  • 1994: Millimeter ([Warner Music Group)
  • 1994: Anne Grete Preus ([Warner Music Group)
  • 1996: Millimeter ([Warner Music Group)
  • 1996: Vrimmel ([Warner Music Group)
  • 1999: Verden Er Et Vakkert Sted (Virgin Music)
  • 2001: Alfabet ([Warner Music Group)
  • 2004: Når Dagen Roper ([Worner Music Group)
  • 2007: Om Igjen For Første Gang (Warner Music Norway)
  • 2009: Nesten Alene (Warner Music Norway)
  • 2013: Et Sted Å Feste Blikket (Warner Music Norway)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anne Grete Preus
  2. ^ Møt Anne Grete Preus! Archived February 21, 2002, at the Wayback Machine. Dagbladet:Musik (in Norwegian)
  3. ^ Forrygende aften med nye sange Rytterknægten, 24.06.2009|, 1. sektion, Side 14 (in Danish)
Awards
Preceded by
Sidsel Endresen
Recipient of the Open class Gammleng-prisen
1992
Succeeded by
Mari Boine
Preceded by
No Female artist award
Recipient of the Female artist Spellemannprisen
1994
Succeeded by
Lynni Treekrem
Preceded by
No This year's song award
Recipient of the Spellemannprisen for This year's song
1994
Succeeded by
Morten Harket & Håvard Rem
Preceded by
No This year's album award
Recipient of the Spellemannprisen for This year's album
1994
Succeeded by
Morten Harket