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Alit Boazu

Alit Boazu

Alit Boazu


Alit Boazu is an alternative rock band founded in 2004 in Nordreisa, Norway. The band describes themselves as a melancholic rock/pop band, with some traits of metal-oriented music. The most noticable trait for the band however is their use of Sami vocals (Sami is the language of the Sapmi, the indigenous people of Northern Europe and in this case the Sapmi people of Norway). The band was founded and first entered the stage in Nordreisa. From there they have held various small and bigger concerts Read more on Last.fm
Alit Boazu is an alternative rock band founded in 2004 in Nordreisa, Norway. The band describes themselves as a melancholic rock/pop band, with some traits of metal-oriented music. The most noticable trait for the band however is their use of Sami vocals (Sami is the language of the Sapmi, the indigenous people of Northern Europe and in this case the Sapmi people of Norway). The band was founded and first entered the stage in Nordreisa. From there they have held various small and bigger concerts, most importantly the "By:larm" and "Døgnvill" music festivals in Tromsø and the ethnic culture festival "Riddu Riddu" in Kåfjord, Norway. The band was given the title "Ukas Urørt" by Urørt, a huge Norwegian web-site dedicated to helping unsigned bands reaching the spotlight. The band has currently only released the EP "Čohkket" to this date. Members of Alit Boazu are: Rolf Erling Mienna - Vocals Halvard Rundberg - Guitar Øystein Karlsen - Bass Magnus Tornensis - Drums Ørjan Garfjell - Guitar Herman Rundberg - Synth Official website: www.alitboazu.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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