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Hans Bollandsås


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Melhus, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway (1980 – present)

Hans Wågbø Bollandsås (born 28 October 1980 in Melhus, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway) is a Norwegian and guitarist. He came to prominence when he won the Norwegian version of X Factor in 2010; while a participant of X Factor, he also won Norway’s national tournament for blues guitarists. Prior to his success in X Factor, Bollandsås composed and recorded several songs as an unsigned solo artist, and was a member of the group Jumpin’ Jerry & The Blue Healers.

He contributed the song “Victory Today” to the X Factor compilation album bundled with the popular Norwegian gossip magazine Se & Hør; the song was noticeably self-composed, uncommon for such a release. The autobiographical ballad with which he won X Factor, “Moments” was released as a single shortly after his winning the contest, and went straight to #1 on the Norwegian singles charts in the first week of its release.

His first studio album, Victory Today, was released on 1 April 2011, debuting at the #9 spot on the Norwegian VG-lista album charts. The second single for the album (“Moments” retroactively becoming the first single due to its inclusion on the album) was “You & I”, which failed to chart. His second studio album, Small Town, was released on 30 March 2012.


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