Frank Aleksandersen

Biography

Frank Aleksandersen (given birth to 30 Might 1953, in Namsos) is a Norwegian singer, drummer and lyricist. For some time, he was the drummer for the jazz-inspired music group Vanessa. He’s the cousin from the trønderrocker Åge Aleksandersen. Being a 17-year-old, he moved to Oslo to become hairdresser.

Album releases

Frank appeared in the Venessa record City Lips, that was released in 1975. His initial solo record as a vocalist was Tilbake til meg selv, and was a pop record. The record premiered in 1979, and was implemented with a fresh record two years afterwards, Krampe. His third record, Frank, emerged in 1982, and his music came back closer to rock and roll. For while, he documented beneath the name Frank Aleksandersen Music group. On the record Vi e som vi e, documented in Trondheim in 1985, he previously assistance from Åge Aleksandersen, Marius Müller and Jonas Fjeld, amongst others. In 1991, emerged the record Rundt i band, and he today sang in bokmål and eastern dialect instead of trøndersk. This record was also even more pop-focussed than previously. In 1995 emerged the record Det æ har å gi. In 2005, he documented a new record, Uhørt, in Fagerborg Studio room in Oslo.

Discography

Tilbake til meg selv (EMI, 1979) Krampe (EMI, 1981) Frank (EMI, 1982) Vi e som vi e (Studio room B, 1983) Stille før stormen (EMI, 1985) Rundt we band (Ringreven, 1991) Det æ har å gi (Tylden & Co., 1995) Uhørt (2005) TBA (2010)

Melodi Grand Prix record

Frank has taken component in the Melodi Grand Prix with the next tunes: 1982 Vi får, vi gir, vi går, vi blir (3rd put in place the Norwegian last) 1986 Stille før stormen (7th put in place the Norwegian last) 1987 Tru mæ (8th put in place the Norwegian last)

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