Vidar Busk (born 19 May 1970 ) is a Norwegian guitarist , vocalist ,
songwriter and record producer in the genres blues and soul . He grew up
in Langesund , but traveled to the United States as a 15-year-old to
play in the band to the American blues artist Rock Bottom . He toured
the U.S. for several years before he returned to Norway in 1990 and won
Smuget Prize 1994.
He was eventually a solid backing band and the album debuted under the
name Vidar Busk & His True Believers with Stompin Our Feet With Joy in
1997 . The album was well received in the blues community and rewarded
with NBF Blue Price under the Notodden Blues Festival . For their second
album, I Came Here to Rock, he was named the year's artist in Grammy
Award 1998 .
Having released three albums with driving and swing-based blues-rock and
the backing band His True Believers, he changed his total style with
their fourth album, Venus Texas in 2001 . The music on the new album was
much softer and soul influenced, and while he experimented with other
styles. On his next album, Love Buzz, he went even further to flirt with
other music styles, and had, among other things, the two rappers Eye-Ni
and profile . For this album he received the Norwegian Grammy Award 2003
in the class blues / country. His sixth, Star Fish, was released in 2005
, while his latest album so far, Jookbox Charade was released under the
name "Vidar Busk & The Voo Doodz" in 2007 .
Vidar Busk is known to tour a lot and has played at most major festivals
in Norway, including the Notodden Blues Festival , Ole Blues , Vossajazz
mm and a number of festivals in Europe and the USA. Vidar Busk has a
record deal with Warner Music Norway .
Received Telemark County's Culture 2004.
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