Knut Anders Sørum

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Knut Anders Sørum
Knut Anders Sørum Kongsberg Jazzfestival 2017 (223038).jpg
Background information
Born Østre Toten, Norway
Genres Pop
Years active 2004–present
Labels daWorks

Knut Anders Sørum is a Norwegian singer from Østre Toten. Born 12 April 1976

Eurovision 2004[edit]

He won the Norwegian Melodi Grand Prix, the selection process for Eurovision Song Contest in the 2004 contest, gaining the right to represent Norway at Eurovision 2004 in Istanbul with the pop-ballad "High", written by two Swedish composers. In the final, he came last, with just three points, all coming from Sweden.


After Eurovision, Knut Anders Sørum did backing vocals for the Wig Wam 2006 album Wig Wamania.

After a hiatus spending many years, he released his first studio album in 2010 called Prøysen reaching number 12 in the VG-lista, the official Norwegian Albums Chart followed by a second album Ting Flyt that entered at number 7 in its first week of release in May 2013.



Year Album Peak positions Certification
2010 Prøysen 12
2013 Ting Flyt 5


Year Single Peak positions Album
2004 "High" 20


  1. ^ a b "Knut Anders Sørum discography". Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 June 2013. 

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Preceded by
Jostein Hasselgård
with "I'm Not Afraid To Move On"
Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Wig Wam
with "In My Dreams"