|Born||23 September 1968|
After being named "Best Musician of the Year" by Dagbladet in 1998, In 2001, he won Spellemannprisen for his album Stringmachine and in 2002 for his album Illustrated Man. He also toured all over Europe gaining more popularity, and won the NBFs Bluespros in 2001. In 2014 Berge replaced Torbjørn Økland as guitarist in the Norwegian band Vamp.
- 1998: Named "Best Musician of the Year" by Dagbladet
- 2001: Spellemannprisen in the category Blues
- 2001: NBFs Bluespros
- 2002: Spellemannprisen in the category Blues
|2000||Bag of Nails||19|
|2006||We're Gonna Groove||25|
|2007||I'm The Antipop||26|
|2013||Mad Fingers Ball||35|
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- "Bjørn Berge discography page". NorwegianCharts.com. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
no blues award in 2000
| Recipient of the Blues Spellemannprisen