Frode Kjekstad

Frode Kjekstad

 

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Frode Kjekstad (born 23 November 1974 in Lier, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (guitar), married to jazz singer Aina Fridén, and known from cooperations and recordings with jazz musicians like Lonnie Smith, Eric Alexander, Frank Foster, Johnny Griffin, Don Menza, Jim Morrison, Mark Nightingale, Claire Martin, Deborah Brown, and Wendell Brunious.[1][2]

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The Italian Job
Album
The Italian Job is an album by musical artist Frode Kjekstad, released on November 16, 2012.
New York Time
Album
New York Time is an album by musical artist Frode Kjekstad, released on January 22, 2004.
Gone Skiing – A Jazz Symphonic Poem for Big Band, Guitar & Saxophone
Album
Gone Skiing – A Jazz Symphonic Poem for Big Band, Guitar & Saxophone is an album by Ski Storband, released on November 4, 2017.
Bigbandblast!
 
Bigbandblast! (released 24 August 2004 by Real Music Records in Oslo), is an album by the big band Bigbandblast led by Børre Dalhaug.

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