Nikolai Eilertsen

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Nikolai Eilertsen
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Background information
Birth name Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen
Born (1978-06-24) 24 June 1978 (age 39)
Origin Skotselv, Norway
Genres Rock
Instruments Bass, Keyboards
Website bigbang.no
thenationalbank.no
Nikolai Eilertsen, moers festival 2009
Eilertsen with Needlepoint at the 2016 Nattjazz in Bergen.

Nikolai Hængsle Eilertsen (born 24 June 1978) is a Norwegian bass guitarist.[1] He is primarily known as a member of BigBang (1999–2004, 2009–)[2][3] and The National Bank (2004–).[4][5] Eilertsen, who was born in Skotselv, also participates in the bands Lester, Needlepoint and Elephant9.[6]

Honors[edit]

Discography[edit]

Contributions by Nikolai Eilertsen:[1]

With Bigbang

Albums:

EP's:

With The National Bank
With Thomas Dybdahl
With Knut Reiersrud Band
  • Voodoo Without Killing Chicken (2008)
With Knut Reiersrud
With Bjørn Eidsvåg
With Lester
  • This Village (Deaf Ear/Mudi, 2008)[8]
With Elephant9
With Needlepoint
  • The Woods Are Not What They Seem (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2010)
  • Outside The Screen (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2012)
  • Aimless Mary (BJK Music/Musikkoperatørene, 2015)
With Band Of Gold including Nina Elisabeth Mortvedt
  • Band Of Gold (Jansen Plateproduksjon, 2015)
With various artists
  • Sivil Ulyd 2: Sivilarbeiderplata (Passive Fist Productions, 2003), compilation

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Nikolai Eilertsen Discography - Discogs.com". 
  2. ^ NRK.no Musikkleksikon BigBang (in Norwegian)
  3. ^ Norsk pop- og rockleksikon (2005). BigBang Archived 11 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine.. Vega Forlag. (in Norwegian)
  4. ^ Bergan, Jon Vidar, Store Norske Leksikon BigBang. Kunnskapsforlaget. (in Norwegian)
  5. ^ Hvidsten. Sigrid, Dagbladet (17 August 2004). Opp og ned (in Norwegian)
  6. ^ Schou, Øyvind, Drammens Tidende (22 February 2010). Sjonglerer med fem band (in Norwegian)
  7. ^ "The National Bank – VG.no".  VG-lista (in Norwegian)
  8. ^ "Lester: This Village – Frisk norsk soul Panorama.no".  (in Norwegian)

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