Lollipop is a favorite Norwegian tv program from the first ’90s that has pop music through the 1950s and ’60s. The display stars vocalist/acting professional Rune Larsen and vocalist/songwriter Tor Endresen, amongst others, and spawned some soundtrack album produces. Broadcast on tv train station NRK, Lollipop produced its debut in 1989 and shown for about 30 episodes. Furthermore to Larsen and Endresen, the display features a support band known as the Lollipops that’s made up of Trygve Thue (acoustic guitar), Stein Hauge (vocals, acoustic guitar), Ole Amund Gjersvik (bass), Øyvind Haugland (drums), and Geir Johannessen (piano). The display is known as after “Lollipop,” a 1958 track from the Chordettes. Soundtrack albums from your show consist of Lollipop (1989), Lollipop 2 (1990), and Lollipop Jukebox (1991), which had been released from the label Noah. Latter-day compilations of Lollipop materials consist of Det Beste fra Lollipop (1995) and 50 Besta fra Lollipop (2009), both which had been Top Ten strikes around the Norwegian albums graph.