Former TNT Bassist To Perform At Awards Show, Record Song For Ski Jumping Team

Former TNT bassist Morty Black has posted the following message on his web site:

"After a well-deserved time off from playing live (I have already managed to record a whole album for ERLING SOLEM), it all starts again this Friday the 21st. I'm playing in the 'backing' band at a Award show. Many young artists will perform, and the show is at Studentersamfunnet in Trondheim. The awards are such as Best Female singer, Best Journalist, Best Program on TV etc... Among the artists who will perform: TORSTEIN FLAKNE, MARGARET BERGER, ANN J, PER BORTEN, MARTHE WALLE, KRISTIN JENSON, among others. Monday the 24th, I will be in the studio to record a song for the National Ski Jumpers Team, which probably will be played during the World Championship later this year."


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