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Gaute Ormåsen

Gaute Ormåsen
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Background information
Born (1983-04-20) April 20, 1983 (age 31)
Brumunddal, Hedmark, Norway
Genres Pop, Country
Occupations Singer, songwriter
Years active 2003 – present
Labels Tylden & Co.
Website

Gaute Ormåsen (born 20 April 1983 in Brumunddal, Hedmark[1] is a Norwegian singer and was the Idol runner-up to Kurt Nilsen in 2003. He was offered a contract by BMG.[2] He has also had a supporting role in the long running Norwegian television series "Hotel Cesar". In 2010, he took part in Melodi Grand Prix, the Norwegian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest, singing "Synk eller svøm"[3] reaching the second chance round without getting to the final and again in 2013 singing "Awake"[4] reaching the final but failing to reach the top 4.

Personal life

Gaute Ormåsen has a twin brother, Hogne Ormåsen. Their elder brother Henrik Ormåsen is a spokesman for Serve the People (Norway).

Discography

Albums

Year Album Chart
peak
(NOR)
[5]
Certification
2003 New Kid in Town Template:Ndash
2006 G For Gaute 9
2008 Drømmesang 17
2008 Oss imellom 37

Singles

Year Singles Chart
peak
(NOR)
[5]
Certification Album
2003 "Chasing Rainbows" 1 New Kid in Town
2004 "Miss You When You're Gone" Template:Ndash
2006 "Kjærlighet er mer enn forelskelse" 4 G For Gaute
2007 "Du + Jeg = Vi" Template:Ndash Drømmesang
"Til vi sees igjen" Template:Ndash
2010 "Synk eller svøm" Template:Ndash Oss imellom

References

External links

  • Official website


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