Bushman’s Revenge is normally a Norwegian power trio who all seamlessly meld jazz improvisation with rock dynamics and prog rock and roll. The music group was founded in 2003 by guitarist Also Helte Hermansen, bassist Rune Nergaard, and drummer Gard Nilssen. After building a near rabid live pursuing in night clubs and garnering some celebration invites, the band’s debut, Cowboy Music, was documented for saxophonist Jon Klette’s Jazzaway Information in 2007. After a protracted EUROPEAN tour and performances at jazz celebrations, Bushman’s Revenge agreed upon to Rune Grammofon. Their debut for the label, You Shed Me at Hello in ’09 2009, garnered near general acclaim from critics. This year 2010, the music group released Jitterbug, which highlighted keyboardist Stale Storløkken within a visitor capacity and uncovered the music group turning even more toward the rock and roll aspect of their persona; they also included a cover of Metallica’s “Harm.” A small amount of Big Bonanza rather than Brain the Botox implemented in 2012. The trio toured not merely in European countries but also in Japan. The live record Electric Komle premiered in 2013, accompanied by Thou Shalt Boogie in early 2014, with concert performances in European countries, Asia, and america. Upon time for Europe, they performed the celebration circuit and done new materials in the studio room. The activity led to two simultaneous produces in 2016: a studio room providing entitled Jazz, Fritt Etter Hukommelsen that opened up having a reading of McCoy Tyner’s “Contemplation,” as well as the LP-only live arranged Bushman’s Fire.