Rebekka Bakken

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Rebekka Bakken
Rebekka Bakken at the 2017 Oslo Jazz Festival
Rebekka Bakken at the 2017 Oslo Jazz Festival
Background information
Born (1970-04-04) April 4, 1970 (age 51)
Oslo, Norway
GenresJazz, pop, folk, country, adult contemporary
LabelsEmArcy, Universal
Associated actsWolfgang Muthspiel

Rebekka Bakken (born April 4, 1970 in Oslo) is a Norwegian singer, songwriter and music producer who is often associated with jazz, although she refuses to characterise herself as a jazz musician.[1] Her voice reaches over three octaves.


Bakken began singing in various school bands, before beginning to sing with professional soul, funk and rock bands in 1988. She is known for her particularly expressive and varied voice, performing music that is a combination of folk, jazz and pop.[2]




  • 2003: The Art of How to Fall (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2005: Is That You? (Boutique/Universal)
  • 2006: I Keep My Cool (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2007: Building Visions (Universal)
  • 2009: Morning Hours (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2011: September (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2014: Little Drop of Poison (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2016: Most Personal (EmArcy/Universal)
  • 2018: Things You Leave Behind (Okeh/Sony)
  • 2020: Winter Nights (Okeh/Sony)


with Wolfgang Muthspiel

  • 2000: Daily Mirror (Material)
  • 2001: Daily Mirror Reflected (Material)
  • 2002: Beloved with Wolfgang Muthspiel (Material)



  1. ^ "Interview, Reported on Little Drop of Poison – Rebekka Bakken & hr Big Band: The Bonus Tracks, hr 2, July 13, 2014".
  2. ^ "Rebekka Bakken". Biography. AllMusic. Retrieved November 7, 2015.
  3. ^ "Rebekka Bakken – Die besten Videos & Live Auftritte". Biography. Retrieved November 7, 2015 – via YouTube.
  4. ^ "Rebekka Bakken". Discography. discogs. Retrieved November 7, 2015.

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