Terje Tysland is a Norwegian rock and roll singer/songwriter whose profession spans numerous years and carries a lengthy set of full-length recording releases, a lot of which were TOP strikes in his homeland. Like fellow Norwegian vocalist/songwriter Åge Aleksandersen, he embarked on his single profession in the past due ’70s after garnering acclaim as an associate of Prudence, an organization that found define the Norwegian rock and roll design coined trønderrock. Created on Apr 14, 1951, in Namsos, Norway, Tysland started his recording profession with Prudence, who have been made up of Åge Aleksandersen (acoustic guitar), Per Erik Wallum (flute), Johan Tangen (mandolin), Kjell Ove Riseth (bass), and Kaare Skevik, Jr. (drums) furthermore to Tysland (vocals, acoustic guitar). Tysland became a member of Prudence in 1970 and it is featured on all the band’s full-length albums: Tomorrow COULD BE Vanished (1972), Drunk and Happy (1973), No. 3 (1974), and Takk Te Dokk (1975), the second option which was granted a Spellemannprisen for Pop Recording of the entire year. Prudence split up in 1975, liberating the double-length live recording 11/12-75 (1976) as their swan music, and both Tysland and Aleksandersen embarked on effective solo professions as vocalist/songwriters afterward. Tysland produced his solo recording debut in 1977 with Stakkars Klovn and released fresh albums pretty much every few years for the rest from the hundred years and well beyond. His most effective recording releases consist of Til Moder Jord (1979), Frekk og Fredelig (1985), Gutta På By’n (1987), Kainn Æ Få Lov? (1988), Værra Me Mæ Hjæm (1990), For Et Mas (1996), 25 År Med Gitter og Stas (2002), Det Go’e Liv (2004), and Lidderli Gla (2009), which reached the very best Ten from the Norwegian albums graph.