Ane Brun Announces Live London Date

One of Norway’s most decorated contemporary artists celebrates 20th Anniversary with live London date

Shepherd's Bush Empire - 14 October 2023

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Distinguished, platinum-selling, Norwegian singer/songwriter/musician, Ane Brun, celebrates her 20th anniversary with fans as she announces a major European tour, including a one-off date at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Saturday 14th October 2023, supported by Shadi G.

"I'm celebrating 20 years as an artist in 2023! What a journey it has been! My debut album 'Spending Time with Morgan' came out in May 2003. Since then I have released a total of 84 albums, singles and compilations on my own label Balloon Ranger Recordings. I want to celebrate this in a grand way. Starting in September next year, I will go with my fantastic musicians on the 20th Anniversary Tour. We will play my best songs from my entire career. I hope to see you out there on the roads!”

In 2003, Ane Brun released the debut album "Spending Time with Morgan", which was praised by critics and presented the Norwegian-Swedish artist as a unique and personal singer-songwriter voice. A voice that with each subsequent record has increasingly taken the turns musically and won a steadily growing audience, also internationally. Last week she released the album "Nærmere" with translations of her English material into Norwegian.

With three Norwegian Grammys and two Swedish Grammys among the multiple awards lined up on her shelf, BRUN has seen her international reputation flourish over the course of the last ten years on the back of world tours and prestigious concerts, not least with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra (which birthed 2018’s Live at Berdwardhallen album, her third live collection). She’s contributed, as well, to multiple film soundtracks – among them a collaboration with Emmy Award-winning Dustin O’Halloran on 2018’s Puzzle OST – and she even enjoyed an unlikely UK Top 5 hit in 2015 singing on Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto’s ‘Can’t Stop Playing (Makes Me High)’, which, incidentally, she co-wrote. And all that’s not to mention the small matter of her invitations to perform at the 2017 Nobel Prize Dinner and the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. There is, it’s fair to say, a lot to celebrate.

Source The PR Stable

September 23, 2023 12:05pm ET by The PR Stable  

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