Marius Müller (20 August 1958 – 14 March 1999) was a Norwegian guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, radio host, television host and record producer. He was raised in Manglerud, Oslo and began his career as a professional musician at sixteen. He first became famous in 1981 with the song "Den du veit" and released a total of six solo albums and five albums within the band Funhouse where he was the front man. Müller died 14 March 1999 in a car accident in Groruddalen, Oslo. He was considered one of the foremost guitarists in Norway.
Müller decided early on that he would play the guitar and become a guitarist. From the time he was six he heard loads of records with The Beatles together with his big brother. At nine something happened when he was on vacation at Sjusjøen by Lillehammer with his family. The tune "The Wind Cries Mary" by Jimi Hendrix was played on the jukebox at the hotel, and it was as if he were sighed. ThisЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Det norske huset [1997, альбом]
- Marius Müller [01.06.2000, альбом]
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