Rebekka Bakken

Rebekka Bakken

born on 4/4/1970 in Oslo, Ostland, Norway

Rebekka Bakken

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Rebekka Bakken (born April 4, 1970 in Oslo ) is a Norwegian jazz singer and composer.

Rebekka Bakken began singing in various school bands, before beginning to sing with professional soul, funk and rock bands in 1988. She is known for her particularly expressive and varied voice, performing music that is a combination of folk, jazz and pop.

In May 2007 she received the Amadeus Austrian Music Award in the category jazz/blues/folk for her album I Keep My Cool.


  • Daily Mirror (2001, with Wolfgang Muthspiel)
  • Beloved (2002, with Wolfgang Muthspiel)
  • Scattering Poems (2003, with Julia Hülsmann)
  • The Art Of How To Fall (2003)
  • Is That You? (2005)
  • I Keep My Cool (2006)
  • Morning Hours (2009)
  • September (2011)

External links

  • Official website
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