Teeny (Wigwam) and Eirikur Hauksson in joint project

by Stella Floras 136 views

Trond Holter aka Teeny, member of Wigwam, will be debuting his new project – the Trond Holter Band- with a gig on 22 December in Halden, Norway. Apart from the Wigwam guitarist the band comprises 2007 Icelandic representative in the Eurovision Song Contest Eirikur Hauksson as a lead vocalist, Rino Johannessen bass of Dream Police, and Stig Buckholm drummer of CRASH!.

On 22 December, Hannestadgården in Halden, Norway will see the debuting concert of the Trond Holter Band. The brand new band comprises Icelander Eirikur Hauksson, Rino Johannessen bass guitarist of Dream Police, and Stig Buckholm drummer of CRASH!. The band have already recorded four tracks to be included in their first album, Lucifer's chamber, to be released later. "The success of Wig Wam has made it possible for me to build myself a recording studio, were I'm able to be creative, making (in my opinion anyway) good quality rock`n`roll music. He he. I also write music that sometimes does not blend in to the Wig Wam world, but still, things that I enjoy. I am in need to get these things out of my system, so the recordings are going to find their way to an album in the near future." says Trond

The Trond Holter Band will be playing the Hannestadgården in Halden, the venue of the first ever Wigwam concert in 2001. The venue has a 20 year age limit.

More information on the band and the concert can be found here:

Trond Holter official site
Eirikur Hauksson official site

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