Håkon Gebhardt

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Håkon Gebhardt
Born (1969-06-21) 21 June 1969 (age 48)
Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag
Origin Norway
Genres Rock, pop, country, folk
Occupation(s) Musician, composer, record producer
Instruments Drums, banjo, guitar, vocals
Associated acts Motorpsycho
The International Tussler Society
Website https://www.facebook.com/dasbootstudio/

Håkon Gebhardt (born 21 June 1969 in Trondheim, Norway) is a Norwegian musician, multi-instrumentalist and record producer living in Trondheim.[1]

Career[edit]

Gebhardt developed his musical interests when he attended the Music program at Kongsbakken videregående skole and Trøndertun folkehøgskole. He is best known as the drummer in Motorpsycho (1991–2005). He has also released the album Gebhardt Plays with Himself (2000), and has been a member of the band HGH where he was mainly playing the banjo.

Gebhardt also plays banjo in The International Tussler Society and in Ida Jenshus Band. He has participated on numerous recordings by other artists, and plays acoustic guitar, banjo and choir on the album A Couple of Days in Larsville by Elisabeth Andreassen, banjo on the album Essensuell by Postgirobyggets and on the single Fem Flate Øre by the Norwegian hip hop band Fremmed Rase, and drums and banjo on several releases by the Norwegian pop group Monster Blomster. He has also co-produced the Åge Aleksandersen-album Snöharpan with Aleksandersen.

Politics[edit]

In 2011 he was the last nominee on the list for the Norwegian environmental party Miljøpartiet De Grønne[2] for the municipal elections in Trondheim. He was cumulated to be the first of the uncumulated, and thus deputy city council.[3]

Honors[edit]

Discography (in selection)[edit]

Solo albums[edit]

  • 2000: Gebhardt Plays with Himself
As Gebhardt & Mjøs
  • 2006: Alt For Norge(Apache Records)

Motorpsycho albums[edit]

Live albums (Roadworks within Motorpsyco)
  • 1999: Roadwork Vol. 1: Heavy Metall Iz A Poze, Hardt Rock Iz A Laifschteil (Stickman Records), live in Europe 1998
  • 2000: Roadwork Vol. 2: The Motor Source Massacre (Stickman Records), with The Source & Deathprod live at Kongsberg Jazzfestival 1995
As Motorpsycho with Jaga Jazzist Horns
As Motorpsycho & Friends

The International Tussler Society albums[edit]

Collaborative works[edit]

With "Monster Blomster»
  • 1996: Alltids Noen Som Har Det Verre (Mons Records)
  • 1996: Vanlig Normal (Mons Records)
  • 1999: Stadig Flere Velger Feil (Mons Records)
With "Postgirobygget»
  • 1997: Essensuell (Norske Gram)
With "Fremmed Rase»
  • 2003: Pisspreik (Norwave)
With "Washington»
  • 2004: A New Order Rising (Bauta Recordings)
With "Nagan»
  • 2008: Crawl Piss Freeze (Osito Records)
With "O.S.A.»
  • 2008: Øresus Og Nesegrus (MBN)
With "Sugarfoot»
  • 2008: This Love That We Outwore (Crispin Glover Records)
With "Meg Og Kammeraten Min»
  • 2012: Det E'kke Bra Før Det Er Dårlig [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gjersøe, Jørn (2005-03-21). "Gebhardt slutter i Motorpsycho" (in Norwegian). NRK.no. Retrieved 2013-08-12. 
  2. ^ "Trondheim MDGS valgliste 2011" (in Norwegian). MDG.no. Retrieved 2013-08-12. 
  3. ^ "Gebhardt, Håkon – Varamedlem i Bystyret og KIF komiteen 2011–2015" (in Norwegian). Trondheim.kommune.no. Archived from the original on 9 July 2013. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  4. ^ "Håkon Gebhardt Discography". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2013-08-12. 

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