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 Torhild Sivertsen
 Torhild Hansmark

Torhild Sivertsen is a Norwegian singer from Follese, known as frontman of the band Tomboy. She has also released several solo albums, produced by her husband, songwriter Per Hansmark. The two were released as Norway´s answer to Annie and Dave Eurythmics 80s. The second album Tomboy, Back To The Beat, sold 40,000 in Norway and the music video for "People Get Moving" was widely played on MTV. Sivertsen has participated in Notodden Blues Band since 1992 and in 2003 came the album Soul Food with Notodden Blues Band.

She was a presenter for Spellemannprisen 1988 and TVNorges "Fashion Award" in 2000, which she won in 1989. Lately she has been in show-quartet "Ladies night" with Trine Rein, Marianne Antonsen and Sigrid Brennhaug with productions including spider and Chat Noir.

Tomboy was a Norwegian pop / soul band from Askøy outside Bergen. The band existed in the period 1983 to 1991 and spent a contemporary soundscape influenced by synthesizers and drum machines. During his career, they released four albums and sold a total of around 300,000 copies in Norway. Their second album, Back to the Beat 1987, was their biggest success with a total of 150,000 sold. The album also won Spellemannprisen 1987 class pop. The band was fronted by vocalist Torhild Sivertsen while her husband Per Hansmark was the main songwriter.

The band reunited and played a concert for Lost Weekend festival in Askøy on 8 August 2009. Torhild Sivertsen has worked with Egil Eldøen and many others.


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