Rune Lindstrøm

Rune Lindstrøm
Birth name Rune Peder Lindstrøm
Born (1964-03-02) March 2, 1964 (age 56)
Oslo, Norway
Origin Oslo
Instruments Drum
Associated acts deLillos

Rune Peder Lindstrøm (born 2 March 1963 in Oslo, Norway) was the first drummer in the Norwegian rock-band deLillos (1984–1985).[1] He left in 1985 and stayed away until 2006, when he again entered the drum-chair of the band, which is now back to the original constitution.

Rune Lindstrøm is the man behind "Lys", one of the songs in the Norwegian finale for the Eurovision Song Contest of 1997. The song was performed by the artist Manjari. It was released by Virgin Records as a promotion-CD only. The quality and originality of the song, has made it one of the most sought-after objects among Eurovision-fans.

Rune Lindstrøm was a member of the Norwegian band Blister in 2003 and participated on the album "Brand New Antiques".

Rune Lindstrøm is the brother of Morgan Lindstrøm of synth-duo Langsomt Mot Nord.

References

  1. ^ deLillos in Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian)

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