TOO MUCH Gone is a Norwegian country-rock music group that produced its album debut in 1998 and rose to TOP success ten years afterwards. Founded in 1993 and hailing from Trondheim, Norway, the music group is made up of Børge Rømma (vocals), Ola Buan Øien (electric guitar, mandolin), Roar Øien (metal electric guitar, banjo), Magne Kollstrøm (bass), and Anders Stensås (drums). TOO MUCH Gone produced their record debut in 1998 with Zetor’n, the name an eye on which have been released as an individual a year previously. The follow-up albums Baest I Check (2000), Tia Flyg (2002), and Like Refugees (2004) had been moderate strikes and, plus a steady group of concert schedules around Norway, helped create a solid group of fans for the music group. TOO MUCH Gone contacted mainstream success using their 5th record, Løkky (2006), which spawned some promotional singles (“AElsk Dae Vilt,” “Asbjørn Per Moen,” “Løkky”) and broke in to the Best 20 from the Norwegian albums graph. The next year’s ten-year anniversary Compact disc/DVD discharge, Livåt (2008), including a assortment of the band’s greatest material to time plus a live documenting, was a breakthrough achievement, reaching the TOP and charting for 12 weeks general. TOO MUCH Gone’s follow-up recording, Sola i Ryggen (2009), was a continuation from the band’s TOP success.