White Willow

Members of White Willow: Aage Moltke Schou, Alexander Engebretsen, Audun Kjus, Brynjar Dambo, Drummer, The, Eldrid Johansen, Ellen Andrea Wang, Erik Holm, Frode Lia, Jacob Holm-Lupo, Jan Tariq Rahman, Johannes Sæbøe, Ketil Vestrum Einarsen, Lars Fredrik Frøislie, Marthe Berger Walthinsen, Mattias Olsson, Sara Trondal, Sigrun Eng, Sylvia Erichsen, Sylvia Skjellestad, Tirill Mohn, Trude Eidtang
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.whitewillow.info/, http://www.myspace.com/whitewillowband

Discography of White Willow:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Signal To Noise 9 Audio 2006 The Laser's Edge
2 Ex Tenebris 7 Audio 1998 The Laser's Edge
3 Ignus Fatuus 12 Audio 1995 The Laser's Edge
4 Sacrament 6 Audio 2000 The Laser's Edge
5 Terminal Twilight 8 Audio 2011-10-11 Termo Records
6 Signal To Noise Demos 8 Audio 2011 Not On Label (White Willow Self-Released)
7 Live MP3s 2 Audio 2010 Not On Label (White Willow Self-Released)
8 Terminal Twilight 8 Audio 2011 Pancromatic
9 Ignis Fatuus 19 Audio 2013-07-05 Termo Records
10 Ignus Fatuus 13 Audio 2010 Pancromatic
11 Terminal Twilight 8 Audio 2011 Pancromatic
12 Ignus Fatuus 13 Audio 2010 Pancromatic
13 Storm Season 8 Audio 2004-08-21 Avalon
14 Terminal Twilight 10 Audio 2011 The Laser's Edge
15 Ex Tenebris 11 Audio 2014-09-19 Termo Records
16 Sacrament 9 Audio 2014-09-19 Termo Records

White Willow are a progressive rock band from Norway that formed in 1993. The band has gone through several incarnations, with the initial lineup consisting of Jacob Holm-Lupo (guitars), Jan Tariq Rahman (keyboards), Audun Kjus (flute), Sara Trondal (vocals), Peter Albers (bass guitar) and Henning Eidem (drums). In the late 90s, Jacob Holm-Lupo terminated White Willow "the group" and continued as a solo project before once again building a lineup of musicians. For their fifth album, the lineup changed once again, with most notably new singer Trude Eidtang joining Lars Fredrik Frøislie, Jacob Holm-Lupo, Ketil Einarsen, Marthe Berger Walthinsen, and Aage Moltke Schou.

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